EAST YORKS: A charity has awarded more than £15,000 to projects which work to reduce crime.
The High Sheriffs' and Humberside Police Tribune Trust has shared the money between ten projects.
Eight of the successful projects are based in Hull and the East Riding.
Geoff Ogden, director of the Tribune Trust, said: "All ten projects reflect a very wide range of crime-related issues in communities throughout Humberside.
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"They are diverse and innovative and the trustees are delighted to support them."
The biggest winner is the Humber Night Challenge project, which has been awarded £5,000.
The Humberside Police Lifestyle Rock Challenge competition was given £3,000.
Hull Women's Aid was given £1,500, while £1,200 was given to Humberside Police to tackle hate crime in Hull.
Cash has also been awarded to Hornsea School and Language College for a scheme to support children facing exclusion and the Hinge Centre in Bridlington for sport and play rangers.
The annual School Mock Trial competition in the East Riding was given £350.
KEYINGHAM: The village post office could be moved from Main Street into a newsagent.
The proposed new location for the branch is K&G News in Albemarle Road.
The Post Office is inviting customers to give their views in a six-week public consultation until February 14.
Submissions can be made during the consultation by freepost, by email to email@example.com or by calling 08457 223344. Customers can also text 08457 223355.
COTTINGHAM: Every Saturday night, the Hallgate Tavern hosts an evening of dancing and music.
The Foxy Disco night starts at 8pm and runs until late. For further details, visit www.hallgatetavernpub.co.uk or call 01482 844448.
BRIDLINGTON: Season passes are now available for Sewerby Hall and Gardens.
The passes allow unlimited access to the hall and gardens during normal opening hours throughout the year.
Passes are priced at £17 for adults, £9 for children (three to 15-years-old) and £47 for a family (up to two adults and two children). Additional children can be added to a family pass for £3 each.
To apply, visit www.eastriding.gov.uk/sewerby/visiting/booking.html and follow the link.
Applications can also be dealt with at the estate office or by ringing 01262 673769.
COTTINGHAM: The Duke of Cumberland holds a biker night every Monday for Harley Davidson enthusiasts.
Bikers can get together for snacks and drinks and meet others who ride in the area.
Call 01482 847199 for more information.
E RIDING: A shore search will take place at a beach near Flamborough in the spring.
The Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is holding the event at Thornwick Bay on Sunday, March 31, from 1pm to 3pm
Those interested can join the Living Seas team as they try to record as many species as possible living in the bay.
To take part, meet at the Thornwick Bay Café. The event is free but there is a small charge for car parking.