EAST YORKS: A five-year-old girl from Sunk Island who has severe autism has been given a donation of £500 for her fund from a husband and wife.
Shaun and Caroline Dart first heard about Avie Murrell's story in March after the Prospect Shopping Centre, where Shaun works, raised funds for her speech therapy.
Laura Murrell, Avie's mum, said: "The money raised will go towards Avie's continuing ABA teaching costs.
"Thanks to Shaun and Caroline's hard work we are able to provide this much-needed teaching for Avie."
Come and discover the wildlife at Blacktoft Sands nature reserve for just £6. Offer includes entry for 2 adults and up to 3 children, binocular hire and activities for children. Normal value £12.
Terms: Redeem voucher at visitor reception during opening hours, 9am to 5pm. Only, one pair of binoculars per voucher, customers will need to leave car keys as a deposit for binoculars.
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Shaun and Caroline took on four challenges this summer, the Jane Tomlinson Hull 10k, the Humber Bridge 10k, the Humber Bridge Half Marathon and the Walkington 10k.
Avie was diagnosed with late-set severe autism last year and, despite undergoing speech therapy through the NHS, she could not communicate at the start of the year.
Avie's appeal touched the hearts of the staff at the Prospect Shopping Centre and, with the money raised, has worked with the Autism Partnership Office, which visit her in school.
HULL: Entries are being sought for an Andy Warhol-inspired exhibition.
The junior open exhibition will be shown in the Court Room at the Hull Maritime Museum from December 1 to January 20.
Children aged 15 and under can enter their artwork between October 20 and November 11.
Entry forms and a guidelines leaflet can be picked up from the museum.
Each year, the exhibition receives hundreds of entries and gives children a chance to have their work on display.
This year artwork submitted is to be inspired by Warhol's work, some of which is on display within Ferens Art Gallery.
Visit www.hullcc.gov.uk for more.
HULL: Pupils and teachers in the city are being asked to come up with inspiring ideas to improve their school as part of a nationwide competition.
The prize for winning schools is funding to help turn these ideas into reality.
The competition, called "The School We'd Like", is being organised by The Guardian Teacher Network insurer of schools, Zurich Municipal.
It is designed to encourage students and teachers to work together and develop one key idea that will improve quality of life in their school now.
The competition will be judged in three categories: primary schools, secondary schools and special schools. The prize will be £5,000 for the winning school in each category.
Regional semi-finals will be held in February next year, with finalists asked to present to a panel of judges in March.
The closing date for entries is Monday, December 17.
HULL: A city centre car park is reducing its Sunday tariff in a bid to help shoppers and attract more people to the area.
The Prospect Shopping Centre's car park in West Street, will be offering all-day parking on Sundays for £2.50. The car park has room for 200 cars and provides easy access to the centre.
Visit www.prospectshoppingcentre.co.uk for more information.
EAST YORKS: Flamborough Lighthouse is open for visitor tours until Sunday, from 11am to 4.30pm each day.
The lighthouse is closed every Friday due to maintenance.
Each tour takes 30 minutes and costs £3.20 for adults £3.20 or £2.20 for Children and people aged over 60. Call 01262 673769 for more details.
BEVERLEY: A grand warehouse sale will take place on Saturday to raise money for the Jacob's Well Appeal. The event will be held in Old Stepney's Yard, off Swinemoor Lane, Beverley from 10am to 4pm.