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Police looking for missing Beverley student find her car

Police searching for a missing student from Hull have found her car. Aimee Lambton, who is 22, has not been seen for five days. Her family have said her disappearance is 'out of character'.

Officers have confirmed her car, a blue Volkswagen Golf has been found in the Anlaby Road area of the city. It is understood she had a placement at Hull Royal infirmary and the students' union have appealed for help to find her.

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Missing Aimee Lambton Credit: Humberside police

Police are appealing for help from the public to find a missing 22-year-old woman. Aimee Lambton, who is from Beverley, was reported missing by her family on Sunday March 9th. She last contacted them on Wednesday March 5.

Aimee is described as white and 5ft 6ins tall with a slim build. She has dark coloured shoulder length hair.

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Fundraising starts for East Yorkshire's newest theatre

Volunteers have kicked off a fundraising appeal for East Yorkshire's newest theatre - with a little help from Hollywood. Work will soon start converting an old chapel in Beverley into a venue to host touring productions.

But the team behind the project still need to find more money. And they have now got the help of Hollywood actor Vincent Regan to help drum up support as James Webster reports.

"Dream is to have a professional theatre in East Riding", says Hollywood actor

An appeal's starting to raise money to help convert a disused chapel in Beverley into a new theatre.

A stage will shortly be fitted into the 100 year old building ready for its first production in June. The team want people in the town to sponsor the seats at one hundred pounds each. Hollywood actor Vincent Regan's leading the project.

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Calls to reject new homes plan thwarted as council asks for more details

Plans for a new housing estate on the edge of Beverley have been put on hold. Developers want to build 182 new homes in Molescroft.

People living there are campaigning against the estate, which they say is too big - something the company behind the plans disputes.

This afternoon councillors decided to send the proposals back for a rethink. James Webster reports.

East Yorks teen set to make Davis Cup debut

Kyle Edmund
Kyle Edmund Credit: ITV Yorkshire

Teenager Kyle Edmund is in line to make his Davis Cup debut in Great Britain's World Group clash against the USA after Dan Evans was left out of the team.

Edmund, who turned 19 earlier this month, was named by captain Leon Smith in a four-man line-up alongside Andy Murray, James Ward and doubles specialist Colin Fleming for Britain's first match back in the elite World Group since 2008.

Evans has been a key figure in Britain's rise back up the Davis Cup divisions but the tie at San Diego's Petco Park baseball stadium will be played on clay, the 23-year-old's least favourite surface.

Edmund , who lives in Beverley, is only the British number eight but has played most of his senior tennis on clay and is expected to be given the nod ahead of British number three Ward.

The Yorkshireman is regarded as by far Britain's best young prospect and warmed up for the tie by winning a Futures title - the lowest level in professional tennis - on clay in Florida at the weekend.

Inquiry into controversial North Ferriby homes plan

Members of the Save Our Ferriby action group
Members of the Save Our Ferriby action group Credit: ITV Yorkshire

A public inquiry into controversial plans to build 390 homes in North Ferriby will open today.

The six-day inquiry into the appeal by developer St Mowden will be held at County Hall in Beverley.

About 1,400 households objected to the scheme, which was refused planning consent by East Riding Council for land off Brickyard Lane, Melton.

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