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  • Four flood relief schemes worth £11m to go ahead in South Holderness Four flood relief schemes worth £11million to go ahead in South HoldernessFour projects worth a total of £11million are to go ahead in towns and villages in South Holderness in order to reduce the risk of flooding in the area. East Riding of Yorkshire Council has secured the funding for the building of the £2.5million Hedon Flood Alleviation Scheme, the £3.4million Preston and Hedon North Flood Alleviation Scheme, the £3.1million Thorngumbald Flood Alleviation Scheme and the £2.1million Burton Pidsea Flood Alleviation Scheme.
  • Long COVID launch Council and Nuffield Health announce first local authority partnership to provide Long COVID Rehabilitation ProgrammeEast Riding of Yorkshire Council and Nuffield Health, the UK's largest healthcare charity, have announced the first local authority partnership to run the charity's COVID-19 Rehabilitation Programme, in order to help support local residents with long-lasting or returning symptoms after COVID-19.
  • Brick City 'Brick City' at Beverley Art GalleryAfter the huge success of last summer's 'Brick Wonders' exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery, LEGO® has returned to the Treasure House with 'Brick City'.

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