RESIDENTS of north Hull are invited to attend the next police surgery on Friday, September 21.
The meeting, from 3pm to 4pm at Greenwood Avenue Library, is a chance for people to raise any issues or problems they have.
For further information, call the Northern Neighbourhood Policing Team on 101.
A CAFÉ for older people has opened in 21st Avenue.
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Eileen Wright, of Endike Community Care, which has set up the Jubilee Café, said: "We would like it to be used by older people in the north Hull area.
"It is set in a tranquil and friendly atmosphere. It's a wonderful place for dementia sufferers and their carers."
The cafe is also available to the Alzheimer's Society and other groups when required.
All healthcare professionals are welcome to use the facility, said Mrs Wright, whose organisation helps arrange activities and day trips for dementia sufferers.
THE Green Way School in 21st Avenue, north Hull, is offering to host a sports class for parents.
However, head teacher Liz Wilson has asked parents to tell the school what sport they would like to do.
She said: "This is a golden opportunity to enjoy a sport and keep fit while your children are at school."
Call 01482 331378 for details.