We are all shocked and saddened by the devastating situation in Ukraine. The people of Ukraine and those refugees in neighbouring countries need our help.
Many communities are already taking action and we also want to get involved and do what we can to support this humanitarian crisis Donations:
One effective way to help may be to support the effords of two local Residents, who are transporting essentials, they are seeking donations for Fuel costs for their journey, further information on the work they are doing can be found at Lee Ellerker | Facebook donations can be submitted to Fundraiser by Lee Ellerker : Transport costs, Ukraine (gofundme.com) . We would like to take this opportunity to thank all, who are supporting this project and wish both well on their journey who will departing for a second time – Friday 25th March 2022.
Another effective way to help the Ukrainian people is to make a cash donation to a charity working to protect people in armed conflict and crisis – the County Council recommends that donations be made to the Red Cross – www.redcross.org.uk/ For UK Government information: https://www.gov.uk/world/ukraine/news
The contract has been awarded to East Yorkshire Buses, however the timetable will be significantly different to that currently provided. ERYC have been able to retain an off-peak service, hourly between Elloughton and Gilberdyke, two-hourly between Gilberdyke and Goole, very similar to the current off-peak service. This will operate Monday to Saturday. This is an improvement on the current Saturday service between Gilberdyke and Goole. The new timetable will commence on Monday 11th April 2022.
This is a referral class from either your Dr or you can refer yourself, please visit our website for further information
“Keep an eye out on the East Riding Leisure social media pages for the Easter 2022 programme of activities”
|East Riding of Yorkshire Council is asking residents to contribute to the ‘Rights of Way Improvement Plan’ (ROWIP) consultation survey as the authority sets out the overall direction of travel and aims for the development of the public rights of way network in East Yorkshire. The council reassesses the ROWIP every ten years and makes amendments to it if necessary. It does not include details for individual improvements or addresses specific locations, but it helps to guide council officers and the voluntary and community sector partners in the development of a network that is more relevant to more people. The survey includes multiple statements on which residents can enter a response which ranges between strongly agree and strongly disagree. The council is currently updating the ROWIP to reflect important changes in the benefits that our countryside paths provide. For example, the health and well-being, active travel, leisure and recreation, and the social and economic value that the network provides. Here is the draft consultation version of the ROWIP: Draft Rights of Way Improvement Plan 2022-2032 (pdf 3.2mb) Residents can have their say via the consultation pages on the council’s website: Have your say on the ROWIP or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 March 2022. Based on information and comments received during the consultation process, the Statement of Action will provide a framework for managing the network, rather than providing solutions to individual cases, and will identify priorities for improving public rights of way, in line with the needs of all types of users. Councillor Claire Holmes, portfolio holder for planning, infrastructure and housing at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “Being able to enjoy time in a natural environment is really important for our mental health and wellbeing. It reduces, stress, fatigue, anxiety and depression. “Enjoyed alone, being more active can help boost immune systems and may reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as asthma. Enjoyed with others, it can combat loneliness and bind communities together. “This survey is an opportunity for our residents to get involved in the strategic planning when it comes to managing our networks. “Though it doesn’t include details for specific locations, it will give a good guide to the opinion of residents on a range of topics so adjustments can be made to the Rights of Way Improvement Plan to benefit all different types of users of our networks.”|
|Contact Information Sam Holtby Public Relations Officer East Riding of Yorkshire Council 07791259055 email@example.com|