Babies cry you can cope! that’s the key message from NHS, local authorities and healthcare organisations from across the country who have come together this September to promote lifesaving messages to parents.
Research suggests that some parents and caregivers can lose control when a baby’s crying becomes too much. Some go on to shake a baby with devastating consequences.
Genuine Gents on Beverley’s Butcher Row is marking its first full year of trading with increased business, more skilled staff and stellar five-star reviews.
“We have always believed we would be able to weather the Covid storm and come out successfully on the other side,” said salon owner Ozgur Dogan, who works alongside trained barbers Brian Nosa and his brother Juan, who recently joined the business.
This was more like it. After two lacklustre defeats, Beverley celebrated the Club’s Ladies Day with a convincing win to move up to fifth in the table.
Bradford are unlikely to be among the league’s front runners this year unlike Middlesborough and Old Crossleyans, Beverley’s last two opponents, but this was nonetheless an impressive showing by the home side.
Specialist, ultrafast broadband provider Quickline Communications Limited (“Quickline”) and Northleaf Capital Partners (“Northleaf”), a global private markets investment firm, are pleased to announce the appointment of two new Board members to support Quickline’s plans to bring full-fibre and all-new 5G technology to approximately 500,000 premises in rural Britain.
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Beverley Minster Choir hosted two events as they made a return for the first time in over a year as a result of the pandemic. They are now seeking young people to join their ranks as they look to build for the future.
The first of these, a celebratory evensong saw the return of the full choir for the first time since March 2020 earlier in the month.
The vaccine roll-out throughout East Riding of Yorkshire has been very successful with 90% of people receiving their first and 84% their second.
This is due, not only to the number of vaccination clinics throughout the large geographical area, but also the health and wellbeing bus that is touring East Riding of Yorkshire, offering the lowest-vaccinated areas in the region easier access to COVID-19 vaccine.
Middlesbrough kicked off on a bright sunny afternoon at Beaver Park and the Beavers immediately set up camp in the visitors 22.
After 5 minutes Rob Smith scooted over for a try which Phil Duboulay converted (7-0). He followed this 2 minutes later by making a fine break and putting Jake Boardman in for a try which Duboulay again converted to make it 14 points to nil and to set their supporters cheering after last week’s disappointing result at Old Crossleyans.
A local housebuilder is supporting the teachers, tutors and lecturers who play such an important role in their communities by launching a new incentive designed to boost their efforts to buy a new home.
Barratt Developments Yorkshire East, which has developments across Hull, including Fleet Green and Hesslewood Park in Hessle, Poppy Fields and Harland Park in Cottingham, Queens Court and Minster View in Beverley, and Harrier Chase in Brough, is offering a discount of up to 3% off the price of a new home for anyone who works at a nursery, school, college or university.
A campaign has been launched to help tackle a rise in abusive behaviour towards healthcare workers in primary care across the Humber area.
The initiative is led by Humberside Group of Local Medical Committees Ltd (Humberside LMC) with the support of the Clinical Commissioning Groups in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, and Northern Lincolnshire, and a range of partners who are standing together to say that abuse of primary care workers in any role will not be tolerated.
The charity behind a campaign to raise £8.5 million to provide a Molecular Imaging Research (MIR) Centre at Castle Hill Hospital has received a £3,000 boost from the UK’s largest independent car retailer.
Staff at the York branch of Arnold Clark handed over the donation from the company’s community programme to support the Daisy Appeal, which has already raised more than £20m to fund cutting-edge research and state-of-the-art equipment and facilities for patients in the Humber region.