Now that England has begun its second period of lockdown, East Riding of Yorkshire Council is reminding residents of Active East Riding, a website which is full of ideas and suggestions for people of all ages during this new period when many of the council's facilities are closed.
For those who are having to spend more time at home, the council is encouraging people to discover things to do, to learn from and to take part in whilst there.
The site was originally launched during the first lockdown in April, and has been regularly updated ever since, with a range of activities and ideas.
Councillor Richard Burton, leader of the council, said: "Active East Riding is a brilliant website, full of great ideas of things to do and to try. I am delighted that we have been able to put so many diverse things together on one website, and of course we will keep updating it throughout this latest lockdown period and beyond.
"Good mental health and wellbeing are essential in challenging times like these, and Active East Riding can offer a great deal to keep people occupied and entertained."
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