CYCLISTS will love the new cycle map produced by the East Riding Council!…
THE PAULL VILLAGE HALL NEWSLETTER for July 2011 has been delivered to all houses in the village. A copy of the newsletter has been published on Scribd. People who live outside of Paull have asked if they can receive a copy. The Village Hall have therefore set up a […]
THE HEDON BLOG is pleased to present its first Community Newsletter. The Newsletter is available in many forms to enable the maximum sharing of information. Click the image below for a traditional PDF version. It is also available on Scribd and on Box Net. Please use the ‘share […]
For a PDF easier-to-print version of the Hedon Blog then click here: hedonblog-Feb16th-22nd-2010 (1.76mb) a version is also published on Scribd (the YouTube for documents): HedonBlog on Scribd Feb 2010.
You can get the Hedon Blog in different formats (PDF, Scribd). See the Hedon Blog for more information.
THE LATEST COPY of the council newspaper East Riding News should have dropped through your door by now. But did you know it was also available online to download on your computer? This is very useful if you want to keep a version that doesn’t take up storage […]
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council may be having problems with its internal communications contract (see Hull Daily Mail) but is still producing excellent external publications for its residents: The latest October edition of East Riding News, the free monthly newspaper of the Council has been delivered to […]
Published on Scribd below: HOTI Flyer circulating around town warning about health risks posed by the building of the Waste Incinerator at Saltend. The Flyer also advertises the march and rally on Saturday 3rd October 2009:
The advantage of a blog is that you can canvass opinion in the virtual world before deciding to spend money on printing in the real world! So I’m seeking comments and views on this flyer before getting thousands circulated to the HU12 post code area. What do you […]
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s September issue of East Riding News comments on the authority’s efforts to promote local jobs. Council leader Stephen Parnarby explains that the council has to abide by EU regulations on procurement but within that framework is doing everything it can to encourage […]
The latest edition of East Riding News will soon be dropping through residents’ doors. As ever the current magazine is a feast of facts, features and fun from our favourite council. The newspaper announces the launch of the council’s new Events website which is part of the drive […]