E YORKS: Spurn Lighthouse will be transformed into a cinematic spectacle as filmmaker and Spurn artist-in-residence Gavin Repton premieres his documentary about the beauty spot.
The documentary features interviews and new footage of Spurn.
There will be a screening on Friday, January 18, at 6pm, and two on Saturday, January 19, at noon and 6pm.
Spurn heritage officer Harry Watkins said: "The screenings will be shown inside the lighthouse, making for an unusual and atmospheric experience for all visitors.
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"The Yorkshire Film Archive has also provided films of Spurn from the 1950s, 60s and 70s which will be screened for the first time."
Seats for the films are free, but are limited and need to be booked in advance by emailing email@example.com or calling 01964 650313.
There will be hot drinks and refreshments and it would be advisable to wear warm clothes.
E RIDING: A new wind turbine could be installed at a farm near Beverley.
Agent Earthmill Ltd wants to build the 34m turbine on land north off Westfield Farm, Middlehowe Road in Walkington.
East Riding Council's planning committee will consider the application in April.
Meanwhile, two screening applications have been submitted for further wind turbines in the East Riding.
A screening opinion has been submitted for a proposed 78m-high turbine at North Farm, Thorpe Le Street Road in Thorpe Le Street, near Market Weighton.
Another screening opinion has been submitted for a 67m-high turbine at Westfield Road, Easington, near Withernsea.
E YORKS: A flood warning remains in place for parts of the River Hull.
Low-lying farms and properties in the upper River Hull catchment, including Watton Carrs, Emmotland, Wansford, and Frodingham Bridge, are at risk from flooding.
Water levels in the river and along the Beverley and Barmston Drain remain very high although not much rainfall is expected.
A flood alert also remains for the areas of the River Hull around Kilham, Nafferton, Driffield, Bainton, North Dalton, Leconfield, Leven, Brandesburton, North Frodingham and Beeford.
BRANSHOLME: Volunteers are being invited to help spruce up a nature reserve in the new year.
Staff from the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust are carrying out hedge-laying at the Noddle Hill reserve on Saturday, from noon to 4pm.