EAST YORKS: A dinner and charity auction aims to raise funds for the Teenage Cancer Trust and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Councillor Chad Chadwick's event takes place on Thursday, October 18, at 7pm in The Spa in Bridlington.
The East Riding Council chairman will be auctioning several photographs and pieces of art, including the work of local artist Robert Fuller. Alternatively, auction lots can be viewed at The Spa from Wednesday, October 10, between 10am and 5pm.
Cllr Chadwick, chairman of East Riding Council, said: "Both of these charities are very close to my heart and I am delighted to say that all the monies raised through the auction will be spent in the local area to support the charities in continuing their valued work within the community."
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There will also be a sealed auction.
Tickets are priced at £35 per person, which includes a drinks reception and three-course meal.
For more information, e-mail Sarah Asquith, civic officer at sarah.asquith@eastriding. gcsx.gov.uk or call 01482 393260.
MARKET WEIGHTON: A wind farm operator is holding an open day to show families how turbines work.
REG Windpower will be opening up its Sancton Hill Wind Farm to visitors for the first time between 10am and 4pm on Sunday, October 6, while also raising funds for Macmillan Cancer Care.
To minimise disruption to Sancton villagers, shuttle buses will be running all day between the village hall and the wind farm.
Car parking will be available on the field behind the hall.
REG Windpower's construction and operations director Neil Harris said: "Chances to see inside a wind turbine are very rare, so I would encourage anyone curious about how we harness nature to generate electricity to come along."
The five turbines went into operation in June this year.
HULL: Thousands of prospective students and their families will visit the city's university as part of its forthcoming open days.
This year, the university has added an extra date due to popular demand.
Now students can visit the Hull and Scarborough campuses on September 29 or October 13.
Professor Glenn Burgess, pro-vice-chancellor for learning and teaching, said: "Our open days give us the chance to show off the university and all the great things we have to offer.
"Not only do we give prospective students and their families a taste of the kind of academic excellence they can gain through studying here, but also the wider university experience including accommodation and some of our unique selling points like the university art collection and our own television studio."
Dr Amanda Wilcox, of the university's student recruitment directorate, said: "We are still taking bookings so if you would like to find out more and see why the University of Hull is a great place to study, come and see us."
Visit www.hull.ac.uk/opendays to book.
HULL: Hull City Council's Library Service is asking the public for their feedback and views.
Library users can complete the short confidential survey at all libraries across the city.
It will be available in local libraries between Monday, October 1 and Saturday, October 6.
It will be available from Monday, October 15 to Saturday, October 20 at Hull Central Library, in Albion Street.
EAST YORKS: The Escafeld Brass Band is performing outside the Orangery, Sewerby Hall and Gardens, on Sunday, at 2pm.
Admission charges to Sewerby Hall and Gardens apply, but there is no additional charge.
The cost for adults is £4.70, with over-60s £3.90 and children £2.70.