• Disappointing Performance From Beavers Sees Them Beaten By Goole
  • Lifesaving Gift Is On The Christmas List Of 36 People In East Yorkshire
  • SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY: A Day To Back Our Independent Traders
  • Graham Stuart Is ‘Mutts’ About Small Business Saturday
  • Chef’s Recipe For A Happier Christmas For Foster Children
Disappointing Performance From Beavers Sees Them Beaten By Goole

Disappointing Performance From Beavers Sees Them Beaten By Goole

A dry day with high cloud and a gentle breeze and a pitch in very good condition given the recent wet weather, bode well for the game between these old rivals, who last competed in a league fixture in 2005.

There is no commentary around the first 5 minutes of the game as the referee blew his whistle for the game to start “a few minutes” early. Unfortunately, the news did not filter to the spectators in the bar.

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Lifesaving Gift Is On The Christmas List Of 36 People In East Yorkshire

Lifesaving Gift Is On The Christmas List Of 36 People In East Yorkshire

36 people in the East Riding Of Yorkshire are facing Christmas on the waiting list for an organ transplant. They join more than 6,000 people across the UK, including over 180 children, awaiting a life-saving gift*.

Families in the East Riding Of Yorkshire are being urged to share their organ donation decision this festive season so that their loved ones know what they want when they die and more patients can receive the transplants they need.

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East Riding Youth Offending Service In The Running For National Award

East Riding Youth Offending Service In The Running For National Award

The East Riding Youth Offending Service (YOS) has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award after becoming the first in England and Wales to score full marks in an official inspection.

HM Inspectorate of Probation gave East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s service an overall ‘outstanding’ rating earlier this year, awarding it the top rating for all 12 aspects of its work.

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Salon’s Sporting Heroes Double Their Money For The Daisy Appeal

Salon’s Sporting Heroes Double Their Money For The Daisy Appeal

A leading hair salon group donated more than £3,000 to the Daisy Appeal after staff completed their annual Olympics in memory of a much-loved former colleague.

Teams from the Unique salons in Beverley, Cottingham and Hessle took to the fields of Blackburn Leisure Centre in Brough for the tenth edition of the sporting challenge and racked up the total raised at “Caroline’s Day” over the years to more than £40,000.

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