In April 1996 Humberside was abolished and replaced by 4 unitary councils : City of Kingston upon Hull East Riding of Yorkshire North East Lincolnshire North Lincolnshire For ceremonial purposes Kingston upon Hull deemed part of East Riding of Yorkshire (formerly East Yorkshire), Beverley, Holderness and part of Boothferry, which has become a ceremonial county in its own right. North Lincolnshire (formerly Glandford, Scunthorpe and part of Boothferry) and North East Lincolnshire (formerly Cleethorpes and Great Grimsby) are deemed part of Lincolnshire.
Information about the Rivers Humber, Ouse and Trent for commercial and leisure information users, including pilotage, tidal, navigation and statutary information.
Serving the East Riding of Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire.
An account and documentation of the pilots' cooperative and its dispute with Associated British Ports.
Breed information and advice for new owners of Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.
Their coverage area encompasses the four Unitary Authorities of East Riding of Yorkshire, Kingston Upon Hull, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, and covers 1,356 square miles including the Humber Estuary.
Support and information for people with oesophageal cancer, Barrett's oesphagus, severe acid reflux or similar problems with swallowing, eating and digestion.
Profile, responsibilities and performance with information about its committees and news.
Programme information, activities, events calendar, and contacts.
Menus from takeaways, restaurants, cafes and pubs in Humberside.
History of the rise and fall of the county between 1974 and 1996, and subsequent establishment of Unitary Authorities, and reestablishment of the East Riding of Yorkshire. Reference and related links.
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