Thursday 26 August 2021
The NHS is asking East Riding residents to seek medical attention for non-urgent treatment at local centres, rather than at the area’s main A&E unit at Hull Royal Infirmary. Chief Medical Officer for the hospital’s NHS trust, Dr Makani Purva, told Beverley FM that such patients will be turned away and redirected to their nearest urgent treatment centres in Beverley, Bridlington and other locations. She highlighted that the issue is a combination of increased Covid cases and a rise in people seeking help they had put off during lockdown and tackling backlog of cases on waiting lists. People are asked to call NHS 111 of their local GP if it is clearly not an emergency. Full story from Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust here.
A speeding black Mercedes was stopped by police on Market Weighton Road near to Shiptonthorpe and a 31-year-old woman and 26-year-old man arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply cannabis and money laundering, following the discovery of more than £1,000 cash and a quantity of cannabis. Officers told us that the drugs duo remain in custody after the incident on Tuesday evening. More details here.
A new display about historic artefacts from the town of Stamford Bridge has gone on display at the Treasure House in Beverley. The display includes Prehistoric flint tools, Roman brooches and Saxon coins. Read more here.