Wednesday 12 April 2023
BEVERLEY DARTS enthusiasts Karl Hornsey and Jake Penn (pictured) have set themselves a darts marathon challenge to raise money for mental health charity Mind. They plan to score 180,000 points in one session of darts, non-stop, and expect to be on the oche for between 12 and 15 hours.
The darts challenge is scheduled to take place at the Durham Ox pub in Norwood on Sunday May 28. “In a time of great uncertainty, our mental health and wellbeing matters more than ever,” they told Beverley FM; adding: “Just £10 could help Mind answer calls to their Infoline, providing someone with vital support and information about help in their area.”
Karl and Jake have set up a JustGiving page with a target of £2,000. More details are available here
20,900 new houses are proposed in the East Riding over the next 16 years in the updated Local Plan submitted to the Government by East Yorkshire Council. Before being approved, a planning inspector will be appointed to consider the document and all comments received from residents. The plan also sets out how much land can be allocated for employment.
The East Riding Local Plan Update submission documents and further information are available to view online at www.eastriding.gov.uk/localplanupdate.
BEVERLEY Barge Preservation Society has published its 2023 diary of sailing trips aboard the former British Waterways maintenance vessel Sun, which takes parties of up to 12 on the River Hull towards Driffield Navigation. The next sailing is on Saturday April 22. More details from syntanbarge.org.uk