26 September

 

 

BOOST FOR SPURN

 

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and Eon to open visitor centre

near Spurn National Nature Reserve

 

Great news today that Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is working in partnership with Eon to develop plans for a new visitor centre close to Spurn. 

 

The Trust hopes that work will start in spring 2015 subject to planning permission being secured.

 

For more information visit http://www.ywt.org.uk/news/2014/09/26/boost-spurn

18 September

 

 

YORKSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST

 

GREAT BRITISH BEACH CLEAN

 

 

Volunteers joined Yorkshire Wildlife Trust this weekend as they took part in the Great British Beach Clean.


Yorkshire Wildlife Trust along with volunteers from across Yorkshire collected over 555 individual pieces of litter at South Landing Flamborough as part of the Marine Conservation Society’s Great British Beach Clean.

 

Vicky Pawson, Living Seas Centre Trainee said: “We take every precaution when carrying out beach cleans as you never know what you might find. This year some of the items included a kitchen knife with a blade measuring 4.5 inches, fragments of broken glass and life-like fishing lures with hooks intact. We would urge everyone to dispose of their waste responsibly and recycle as much as they can.”

 

“The beach at South Landing is now a cleaner and safer place for all to enjoy and the waste collected will not be returning to the sea; therefore protecting our marine wildlife. Our heartfelt thanks goes out to all the wonderful volunteers who came and helped this weekend. Anyone who is interested in organising regular beach cleans to help us monitor litter on Yorkshire’s coastline can get involved with our Waves of Waste project by contacting us on 01262 422103.”

 

Young marine conservationist Isabella Coy (6) from Beverley has also received her Blue Peter environmental badge for her project about a recent beach clean organised by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust at Flamborough Head.

 

Isabella, who has always been a keen conservationist, had created a list of environmental projects she would like to complete by the time she is ten. Having sorted out recycling at home, created a bug hotel and a compost heap, she was determined to take part in a beach clean. Having already visited the Living Seas Centre at Flamborough, and taken part in some of the educational opportunities the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust has to offer, it only seemed natural to give back to the centre by taking part in one of their organised cleans.

 

Of the day, Bella says “It was really fun but I also learnt a lot about the litter on the beach. I liked getting to spend time on the beach and helping the animals.”

 

For information on visiting the Living Sea Centre visit

www.ywt.org.uk/Living-Seas-Centre

 

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust runs a packed events programme all year round and for upcoming events visit wwwww.ywt.org.uk/whats-on

18 September

 

 

CITY TILL WE DIE

 

CALL FOR HULL CITY FANS TO UNITE IN SUPPORT

 

Today's statement can be read on the CTWD website.
Click the image below;

12 September

 

 

FREEDOM FESTIVAL 2014

 

WHAT A WEEKEND!

 

 

Check out this short film showing some of the many highligths of this year's Freedom Festival. If you were there, see if you can spot yourself!

 

 

A Shoot J Moore film, commisioned by Freedom Festival Trust and Visit Hull and East Yorkshire

6 September


FANTASTIC FREEDOM FRIDAY

 

 

Some spectacular sights around Hull last night to kick off the festival. Another two days ahead jam packed with music, culture, comedy, art and much more. It's great to be in Hull!

 

 

www.freedomfestival.co.uk

 

 

With thanks to Jerome Whittingham for use of this photo

View Jerome's 'Freedom Festival 2014' gallery at jerome.photoshelter.com

4 September

 

 

 

FREEDOM IS HERE!


FREEDOM FESTIVAL
5-7 SEPTEMBER

 

 

The Freedom Festival starts tomorrow and the excitement is building. The official website has everything you need to know about the festival and a full programme of events.

 

 

CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO VISIT THE
FREEDOM FESTIVAL WEBSITE

Hull - UK City of Culture 2017

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June 2013

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