Beverley is currently going through a period of transition, having lost a number of players due to the long layoff and also the loss of head coach Will Turnball in the week before the start of the season.
It is taking the players a while to adapt to the different styles of play introduced by the new head coach and this is resulting in a great deal of frustration for their supporters.
Bond 25, No Time to Die, has finally made its general public release after a long delay, and can now be enjoyed at a cinema near you. The film is to be Daniel’s Craig final outing as the legendary sleuth, and you can count on him going out with a bang.
Hull City Council has appointed Gillian Osgerby as the Project Director to deliver a major transformation and regeneration project in the city.
Gillian will be responsible for delivering the £30.3m Hull Maritime project, funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Hull City Council. It involves the transformation of five key maritime treasures — Arctic Corsair, North End Shipyard, Spurn Lightship, Dock Office Chambers and the Hull Maritime Museum.
East Yorkshire based Blue Aurora Media wins ‘Best Climate Change Omni-Channel Production’ at the Media Innovator Awards 2021 for ‘The Waterline Live’ series of podcasts, webinars, videos and online resources, produced in partnership with Marketing Humber to connect The Waterline Summit with an international audience.
Business leaders and regional investors alongside an excited audience of friends and supporters of regional grant-maker Two Ridings Community Foundation, came together at Birdsall House, Malton to hear six small grassroots charities pitch at a Yorkshire version of Dragons’ Den.
With the cold weather fast approaching and the cost of living ever increasing, this winter will be extremely challenging for many people in the region. If you want to help, donate to Two Ridings Community Foundation’s Surviving Winter Fund.
‘Reflections of Japan in East Yorkshire’, a unique exhibition bringing together a selection of items from private collections across East Yorkshire and artwork by Laura Boswell, opens Saturday 16 October at Beverley Art Gallery in the Treasure House.
The idea for the exhibition came about over two years ago when the Japanese Embassy introduced the ‘Japan-UK Season of Culture’, a celebration of the many facets of Japanese culture in the UK.
The CADEY Committee, accompanied by their generous funders Esh Construction and Humber Aid have made a whistle-stop tour of Beverley and Holderness to pay visits to the life-saving public access defibrillators installed over the summer.