EAST YORKS: The Hull, Beverley Borough and Holderness Branch of the Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society is preparing for its annual autumn fair.
The event will be held at Cottingham Civic Hall in Market Green, Cottingham, from 10.30am to 3pm, on Saturday.
Stalls selling gifts, cakes, books, bric-a-brac, jewellery and Christmas cards will be there.
There will also be a tombola and refreshments will be available.
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Admission costs 25p and money raised on the day will support local people affected by MS, a neurological condition which affects about 100,000 people in the UK.
Visit www.mssociety.org.uk for more information about the condition.
BRIDLINGTON: Sewerby Hall and Gardens is organising a Halloween pumpkin-carving workshop.
It will take place in the Orangery on Wednesday, October 31, from 1pm to 3pm and all materials will be provided.
Run by East Riding Council's Sport, Play and Arts Service and suitable for children aged 6 and over, the event costs £5 per place for one child and an accompanying adult.
Booking is essential via the estate office by calling 01262 673769 and places must be paid for at the time of booking.
Visit www.eastriding.gov.uk/sewerby for more information about the workshop, or other planned events.
HULL: A charity event has been organised to raise money for the Hull and East Riding branch of the National Autistic Society.
There will be a variety stalls at the Goodfellowship Inn in Cottingham Road, north Hull, from 7pm on November 9.
Chocolate, handmade Christmas decorations, clothing, cards, handbags and jewellery will be sold.
There will also be a mini fashion show at 8pm a raffle will be held.
Admission costs £2.50 and there will be a bar.
HULL: A course to raise awareness of visual impairment will take place on Wednesday.
Hull And East Riding Institute For The Blind (Herib) has organised the session at its base in Beverley Road.
The one-day course is accredited by the Open College Network and aims to offer anyone the skills, knowledge and confidence to deliver services which are accessible and inclusive for visually impaired people.
The charity said the course is suitable for caring and support staff, retail, entertainment and front line public sector staff.
Visit www.herib.co.uk/services/training for more information.