BEVERLEY: St Mary's Primary School is hosting international visitors from three European countries this week.
Teachers and pupils from Germany, France and Finland will be visiting the town primary as part of a European education project called Comenius.
The scheme, which St Mary's has been involved in over the past ten years, enables children and teachers to visit other European schools, stay with families and learn about education overseas.
Gemma Coupland, Year 4 teacher at the Eden Road primary, said: "There will be 16 people coming from the three countries involved, including five children and ten adults.
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"During their stay we will be showing them as much as possible about school life and enabling them to see Beverley, Hull and the history of the area."
Mayor of Beverley Councillor Margaret Pinder will be at the school to officially welcome the visitors to the town at a special assembly on Thursday.
WETWANG: Plans to erect five dwellings in the heart of the village look set to be approved by East Riding councillors tomorrow.
The scheme, for a site north of 30 Main Street, is being supported by Wetwang Parish Council but objections have been lodged by five residents.
The application is recommended for approval by East Riding planning officers in a report to go before the council's western area planning sub-committee on Tuesday.