HORNSEA: A Food and Fairtrade Festival with a Christmas feel will take place at the town's United Reformed Church next Saturday.
The festival will promote the local fishing industry through cookery demonstrations and the availability of locally caught seafood, as part of the Living Well project.
The festival will also feature a number of stalls selling Fairtrade and locally produced products.
The World Food Café from Goole will be at the event demonstrating how to prepare the traditional Polish Wigilia, a meal which is eaten on Christmas Eve and contains 12 fish and vegetable courses.
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There will also be a demonstration of crab and lobster dressing by Hornsea Fish Deli.
The Living Well project is backed by the European Fisheries Fund's investing in sustainable fisheries initiative, through the Holderness Fishery Local Action Group scheme, targeting support at the fishing industry all along the Holderness coast.
The event will be open from 10am to 3pm at the church in New Road.
EAST YORKS: Pupils from Hessle Penshurst Primary have visited Malton's Eden Camp Modern History Museum as part of their studies on war and conflict.
Eden Camp is one of the largest comprehensive museums covering British military and social history from 1914 onwards.
The trip was aimed at helping year six pupils understand what happened during the Second World War and how it impacted on Britain.
Jayne Ogle, year six teacher at the town primary, said: "We have been going to Eden Camp for the past few years as it lends itself perfectly to our study of war and conflict.
"We take the children at the beginning of teaching the subject because they generally have little knowledge of the Second World War and we find they acquire an interest which gets us off to a great start.
"The majority of the study is based on the Second World War. However, we finish by briefly looking at war today and whether it is the right way to resolve conflict."
NORTH FERRIBY: The village primary has receive a glowing report from Ofsted inspectors.
North Ferriby Church of England VC Primary School has been rated a good school, with the behaviour and safety of pupils judged to be outstanding.
Ofsted found overall effectiveness, achievement, quality of teaching and leadership and management were all good.
Inspectors found some lessons at the 260-pupil Church Road primary were outstanding.
They said head teacher Russell Orr has been the driving force behind the school's improvement, particularly in pupils' achievement and in the quality of teaching.
Pupils' behaviour was described as exemplary. The inspectors said the children's positive attitudes to learning contribute strongly to the good progress they make.
They achieve well overall and the majority of pupils reach standards in English and maths that are above average.
EAST RIDING: Santa and his reindeer will be at Beverley Garden Centre, Woodmansey, next weekend.
Activities at the centre in Hull Road, including festive fun and face painting, will get under way at 11am on Saturday.
HESSLE: Tower Hill Methodist Church is to be the venue for a Christmas Tree Festival.
The event will be on Saturday, December 1, from 10am to 4pm and Sunday, December 2, from 1pm to 5pm.
There will be refreshments and light lunches in aid of church funds.