Over the past year it’s fair to say that our lives have changed dramatically and, after the UK Government announced a third national lockdown recently, it seems as though the route back to normality is still some time away.
However, as with most things, we’re learning to adapt to a new normal and continue with everyday life as best we can and that doesn’t stop when it comes to buying a new home.
MP Graham Stuart has held a virtual meeting with Longcroft School and Sixth Form College’s Head of School, Irie Grant, and Executive Headteacher, Jonathan Britton, to find out how the school is coping with remote learning.
The popularity of East Riding Archives has surged during the recent lockdowns. In January they were in the top 15 most used archive services in the UK with nearly a third more online visits over the past year.
Many aspects of the Archives service’s work have taken on new importance.
Two of the busiest bus stops in the East Riding will now benefit from real-time bus information thanks to new information screens installed by the council. The screens are situated on either side of the road at the busy Cottingham Green bus stops.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, is to meet with East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) officials to lobby for their support as part of a fresh bid for Government funding to reinstate the Beverley-York rail line.
Hunting is a great way to spend quality time outdoors, learning how to rough it and survive, and enjoying the spoils of nature.
It has been a lifestyle and a hobby for humans since the dawn of time, but luckily for us, we don’t need to run around barefoot and use our hands or rudimentary tools anymore. Hunting gear has gotten significantly better year after year, which makes for more exciting hunting seasons.
It was confirmed that the four local authorities on both sides of the Humber Estuary – East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Hull City Council and the North & North East Lincolnshire Councils – have submitted a joint bid, which is being led by Associated British Ports, for the Humber to be considered for Freeport status.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s business services team continues to assess clients’ needs through what is currently a difficult time for us all and has recently helped one such business that provides a fresher outlook for the UK hospitality sector during the pandemic.
In the twenty or so years that they’ve been in existence online casinos have seen a stratospheric rise in popularity.
In fact, according to the latest Gambling Commission figures, they were responsible for £5.7 billion in gambling yield in the 12 months between April 2019 and March 2020, an 8.1% increase on the previous year’s figures.
A local care company is urging job seekers from all walks of life to bring their valuable skills to the care sector.
As the pandemic brings unemployment and an uncertain future for the job market, Home Instead Beverley and Hull, which a number of care roles to fill, is urging local people to consider a career in care.