Fay Moon sent us this amazing photo of grass snakes near Benniworth Haven in Lincolnshire.
People who use a motor racing test track near Gainsborough have been told not to worry about its future. The Blyton track has been bought by car manufacturer Ginetta, but they say concerns that it's going make major changes which could affect car enthusiasts are unfounded.
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Prayers have been said as a new art work, which sends out a strong message about war and remembrance, was officially installed in Hull City Centre. A sculpture made of ceramic poppies will spend two months in Queen Victoria Square replacing The Blade as a focal point for the city of culture celebrations.
A new exhibition was unveiled today at Hull Central Library, showcasing young people's breathtaking responses to the question "What is it that you want more than anything else?"

It's a collaboration between Hull Libraries (Hull City Council) and FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), on show from now until the end of 2017.
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Up close and personal with the stunning poppies which have been unveiled in Hull.
The designer of "Weeping Window" Tom Piper told us how the poppies are made, and how he put together the display for 1418 NOW. It remembers those who died during the First World War.

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It's Red Nose Day! Here are just a few of the ways people have been raising money in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.
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They wanted to create a scene from La La Land for Comic Relief. They couldn't believe the response.
It's Snaith in East Yorkshire
Blade's gone but fear not, Hull city centre has another attraction that's bound to get everyone talking....
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Abbie Dewhurst is giving us that 'Friday Feeling' with this forecast ☀☀☀...
The videos will be shown around Hull as part of the city's year of culture #Hull2017

William Wilberforce brought back to life in virtual reality

Well-wishers are sending bouquets in tribute to PC Keith Palmer who was stabbed to death outside The Houses of Parliament

Flowers taken to police stations across England after Westminster attack

Humberside Police says there will be a bigger armed police presence on the streets in the wake of the Westminster terror attack:
"The story is about all of us getting together, about loyalty and friendship, to show people what we can do..."

Senses Of The Sea is on Friday 24th March at 1pm; tickets available from Hull Box Office or on the door.
An unexpected visitor to a bird-feeder at Yorkshire Wildlife Trust's 'Living Seas' Centre at Flamborough.

The young male Roe Deer was filmed by Laura Welton.
Blade is out, the poppies are in...here's what else is happening this week in Hull UK City of Culture 2017!