Paralympic Lantern to light up Hornsea Museum
EAST YORKS: The Paralympic Lantern will be in Hornsea's Museum on Tuesday, October 30, as part of its tour around the East Riding.
It will be on display in the museum's education room from 11.30am to 3pm.
Louise Blakeston, curator at Hornsea Museum, said: "Hornsea Museum is honoured to be one of the host venues taking part and we hope visitors will enjoy this added attraction."
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Established in 1978, Hornsea Museum gives visitors the chance to explore the changing patterns of village life in North Holderness over the centuries.
The museum is sited in an 18th century farmhouse and two adjacent cottages.
Councillor Richard Burton, cabinet portfolio holder for civic wellbeing and culture at East Riding Council, said: "The Olympic spirit is still aglow in the East Riding as the Paralympic Lantern visits communities around the East Riding."
Visit www.hornseamuseum.com for more details.
EAST YORKS: Candidates wishing to stand to become the first Humberside police and crime commissioner have to submit their nomination by today.
Each prospective candidate must provide 100 signatures of people living in the Humberside Police force area and a £5,000 deposit to East Riding Council by noon.
The deposit will be returned to the candidate if they secure per cent of the votes in next month's election.
So far, six candidates have confirmed they have submitted their nomination.
They are Labour's Lord Prescott, Conservative candidate Matthew Grove, Liberal Democrat Simone Butterworth and UKIP MEP Godfrey Bloom.
Independent candidates Paul Davison, a former commander of policing in the East Riding, and former Tory MP Walter Sweeney have also confirmed they will be on the ballot paper.
Unemployed Neil Eyre, who also wants to run as an independent candidate, is expected to announce today if he has secured the money to stand.
The incoming commissioner will replace Humberside Police Authority, which is being abolished, in overseeing the force's budget and priorities.
Voting takes place on November 15, with the successful candidate starting work a week later.
BRIDLINGTON: One of the UK's rudest comedians Roy Chubby Brown, is performing at The Spa on Friday, November 2.
His material is considered by many to be outrageous, however he has always warned his audience "if easily offended, please stay away".
He has toured the UK every week of every year for the past 30 years, making more than 1,000 appearances and has performed in front of 1.5 million people.
The show starts at 7.30pm, with tickets available by visiting www.TheSpaBridlington. com or calling 01262 678258.
EAST YORKS: A Michelin-star chef will be using his culinary skills to help launch a new food scheme to support the East Coast's fishing industry.
James McKenzie, proprietor of the Pipe and Glass Inn in South Dalton, is helping to launch Fish On Friday, which is being developed in Hornsea.
The aim is to support fishermen to establish a local market for shellfish through regular events and cookery demonstrations, which will predominantly use shellfish as the main ingredient.
Mr McKenzie will launch the project on Friday, November 2, at Hornsea United Reform Church, from 10am to 11.30am. Admission is free.