Coronavirus Community Support Hub: East Riding

Coronavirus Community Support Hub: East Riding


Published on 10:01 am Wed Jun 17th, 2020 in Funding & Financial Support ERYC Local Discretionary Grant

The Local Discretionary Grant scheme is a new funding scheme aimed at small businesses, micro-businesses and charities. Applications for phase 1 can be submitted now until Sunday 21 June 2020. Read more…

Published on 3:00 pm Fri Jun 12th, 2020 in Community Services General update page: Local 'staying connected' (support) services during Coronavirus

This update contains key, local area information about organisations (voluntary or otherwise) who are helping to support isolated community members during this time. It is aimed to provide a one-stop page to help you get to local information quickly!

Disclaimer: The details of any local service providers are shared here in good faith. Their inclusion on this page should not be seen as an official endorsement by HEY Smile Foundation or any Beecan site partners. Read more…

Published on 9:00 am Mon Jun 8th, 2020 in Health & Wellbeing COVID-19 Isolation Drinking : Connection Thinking

COVID-19 has brought more stress into all of our lives. It is likely that you have found yourself feeling more anxious or finding it hard to relax? Perhaps you have started drinking more to counteract these feelings. East Riding Public Health have launched an awareness campaign to help reduce the risk of people slipping into lifestyle choices that might effect their health and wellbeing. Read more…

Published on 5:06 pm Thu Jun 4th, 2020 in Children, Young People & Families Rainbow Yoga - Yoga for all the Family (Source: Yoga with Adriene)

Rainbow Yoga! The perfect 17-minute family practice to brighten your day, to help turn darkness into light. Great for all ages ! Breathe deep, create a healthy flow of energy in the spine, and let go of any stress or tension that might be stored in the body. Read more…

Published on 8:50 am Thu Jun 4th, 2020 in Children, Young People & Families Award-winning Beverley Puppet Festival is offering two months of puppetry online!

The award-winning, biennial Beverley Puppet Festival returns this year for its 9th edition, but not as you know it. Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the usual format of indoor and outdoor performances will now take place solely online between May and July. However, this offers a wonderful opportunity for families to link in with some creative puppetry, to break up the days at home. Read more…

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