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It's thought to date back to 1922 in its earliest form, and this year marks 100 years of the Driffield Field Trip Day! Jolyon Lawson tells Great Driffield Radio a bit more about the history of this great Driffield tradition, which sees Driffield schoolchildren making a trip to Bridlington. This year, it's happening on 3rd August for residents of Driffield. Have a listen to find out more.

We're at County Hall in Beverley talking to the Leader at East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Amongst subjects covered are the latest on the Covid situation, Sewerby Hall & Gardens' plans for the half term, the forthcoming baton relay in Beverley and Market Weighton, the Queen's Platinum Jubilee weekend, the new "Shared Prosperity Fund", and a potential devolution plan. Have a listen to find out more.

James Cundall joins Great Driffield Radio to preview some of the events coming up this summer, including the York Spring Fair and Food Festival, which is bigger and better this year featuring children's entertainment, live bands and of course tons of food stalls! It's running for ten days from 27th May. We also chat about the Great Ryedale Maze, which is back for a third year, and something new coming to York Designer Outlet. Have a listen to find out more!

A date for your diary is Saturday 4th June for a bring and buy sale at the Rix Pavilion on the Driffield Showground during the Jubilee weekend. Funds raised will go towards helping people in Ukraine. If you have items which could be sold to raise money, Andy from Florida Marquees wants to hear from you! Have a listen to find out more about the drop off points.

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