Monday 4 April 2022
Fire officers were called out at the weekend to help with the rescue of an elderly lady who had broken her ankle in a fall in a wooded area on Newbald Road, Beverley. She was found to be suffering mild hypothermia by the time she was found in the early afternoon on Saturday.
The crew used specialist moving equipment and thermal blankets, successfully moving the lady to the roadside, where she was attended by ambulance staff.
Beverley Leisure Centre is planning a programme of special activities for children during the Easter school holidays, including a four-day crash course of swimming lessons, soft play, junior gym sessions and bouncy castle games. More information is available at www.eastridingleisure.co.uk/easter/
A new social group for Armed Forces veterans, those serving and their dependents is launching later this month in Beverley. MASH, which stands for Military Assistance Social Hub, plans weekly activities, events and outings and has announced an open introductory meeting at the Foresters Arms on Tuesday April 26, from 1.30 to 4pm.
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And finally Beverley’s Oxfam shop is currently seeking a new full-time manager to lead the charity’s volunteer team. The advertised salary is £19,662 per annum.
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