Tuesday 30 August 2022
FREE COMPOST giveaways, run by East Riding Council, return in September, including a session at the council’s depot in Annie Reed Road, Beverley, on Saturday September 17 at 10am. In total, around 5,000 bags of compost will be given out at nine events across the county, with each resident entitled to two 15kg bags.
The compost given away is made up directly from the garden and food waste which residents recycle in their brown bins. Residents are invited to drive along to their nearest event, where two bags of compost will be placed into each car boot.
DEMENTIA-friendly film screenings return to The Parkway Cinema in Beverley, on Thursday September 8, for the first time since before the Pandemic, organised by Dementia Friendly East Riding. The cinema offers additional features on the day, including lower film volume, enhanced lighting and signage, and there is no advertising on screen before the film commences.
The first film is “The Duke”, starring Helen Mirren, Jim Broadbent and Beverley-born actress Anna Maxwell Martin. The film starts at 11.30am with free refreshments served from 10.45am. Carers go free. More details from Simon Foster on 07826 747766.
T LEVEL education and childcare students at Bishop Burton College are celebrating after achieving a 100% pass rate. The college was part of the first wave of education providers pioneering the delivery of the innovative T level qualifications, which are equivalent to 3 A Levels.