Friday 18 November 2022
EAST RIDING Council has launched a new climate change strategy aimed at achieving net zero through reducing carbon emissions across council operations between now and 2030. A spokesperson told Beverley FM: “Although the council is only directly responsible for a small proportion of carbon emissions in the East Riding, we recognise our role to lead and influence behaviours and ambitions on climate change across the county.”
A link to view the full climate change strategy is available here
PUPILS from Cherry Burton Primary School’s Pupil Parliament have visited the Houses of Parliament as guests of local MP Graham Stuart and were able to watch the House of Commons in session from the public gallery. They were also able to visit Downing Street (pictured below).
Mr Stuart told Beverley FM: “It was great to host pupils from Cherry Burton Primary School. Each of them were excellent ambassadors for their school and I look forward to seeing the positive difference they will make both to their school and our area.” Her also issued an invitation to other schools in the area, either for him to visit or to arrange their own visit to Parliament.
RAIL company Northern, who run services through Beverley, has confirmed its new timetable will come in to effect from December 11, with some significant changes to service times and stopping points across the region. Passengers have been advised to check online journey planners before travelling.