EAST YORKS: Pupils from Withernsea Primary School are going to dance in front of shoppers visiting Princes Quay Shopping Centre to raise funds for a dance and drama competition.
The children are taking part in this year's Humberside Police Rock Challenge at The Spa, Bridlington.
They will be performing at the Hull city centre shopping centre at 11am on Saturday, February 2, to raise funds for their performance.
Teaching assistant Helen Tranmer said: "We have about 12 kids performing at Princes Quay, although it won't be what we are performing in Bridlington. That is top secret.
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"Almost 60 kids will be performing at the competition in Bridlington.
"We took part in Rock Challenge for the first time last year and won a national award for the best crew and also a community award.
"The kids love it. It increases confidence, attendance and behaviour.
"It really is something for them to look forward to."
EAST YORKS: Volunteers at the Cats Protection charity are being inundated with unwanted cats and kittens.
Carol Jopling, from the cat rescue centre, said their pens are full and they are receiving calls every day regarding unwanted cats.
She said: "We have more than 30 cats and kittens and are receiving two or three calls every day.
"We had one call from someone who said they saw someone dump two cats at Beverley Minster and then drive off.
"Some people are totally irresponsible."
Anyone wanting to home a cat or kitten can visit Beverley and Pocklington Cats Protection at 221 Hull Road, Woodmansey, on Saturday and Sunday from 10am to noon or arrange an appointment by calling 01482 861866.
WITHERNSEA: The town's community hospital wards have today reopened.
The Withernsea Community Hospital had been closed from December 21 after a strain of the legionella bacterium was found in the water system.
The minor injuries unit, outpatient clinics as well as the dental access centre reopened yesterday, with the wards opening today.
An NHS spokesman said: "We apologise for the inconvenience the closure has caused, but are pleased this situation is now resolved and Withernsea Community Hospital can re-open.
"We are grateful for the support from staff, patient organisations and colleagues at the local medical practice who have made considerable efforts to ensure services for patients continued to be provided."
BEVERLEY: A man who helps turn around the lives of disaffected young people is going to speak at Fresh.
John Heaton is the guest at the town's Baptist Church Fresh programme on Sunday.
John, who is an ex-mercenary, now travels the UK promoting the cause of Eagle House, a Christian organisation supporting young people around the world.
The event takes place at Costa in Toll Gavel at 6.30pm.
Visit www.ifresh.org.uk for details.
BEVERLEY: Thieves stole a child's green and blue Osprey stunt scooter from outside Tesco in Morton Lane.
The scooter was fastened to a cycle bay with a lock between 1.30pm and 3pm on Friday, January 4, when the theft took place.
It has the initials "LH" on the handlebars and "L HART" written on the bottom.
Anyone with information should call Humberside Police on 101.
EAST YORKS: Home-made soup and bread rolls will be served at Skidby and Little Weighton Methodist Church on Friday from 11.30am.
Anyone attending is asked to make a donation for the Open Doors charity.