Saturday 24 July 2021

Police are appealing for people to behave sensibly this weekend, the first since Covid-19 restrictions were lifted on Monday. Deputy Chief Constable Paul Anderson told Beverley FM he’s urging East Riding residents to drink responsibly and remain vigilant. He added that people should look after one another and reassured that the police will be wherever they are needed. Full story here

This is Anti-Social Behaviour Awareness Week and East Riding Council is providing street surgeries in Beverley and Tickton today in conjunction with the police and community partners. Organisers told us everyone has the right to feel safe in their home and community, and that anyone with concerns over anti-social behaviour in their area can inform officers attending today’s public sessions. More information here

A group of seven East Yorkshire hospital staff are undertaking The Gauntlet Relay Triathlon, at Castle Howard tomorrow to raise funds for their official charity WISHH. They’ll be swimming across a lake, cycling 90km and finally run 21km around the Estate Grounds.  The challenge is not for the faint-hearted and they told us it will be a great achievement for the team to cross the finishing line. If you would like to support the team, visit their fundraising page: