Kate Etridge Canine Hydrotherapists and Vet Nurse who works at Fit4dogsuk Canine Hydrotherapy Centre in Beverley has been announced as a finalist in the up and coming Animal Star Awards.
MP for Beverley & Holderness and founder of the CADEY campaign, Graham Stuart, is looking for the campaign’s lifesaving work to install more defibrillators to hit new highs in the New Year.
The company behind the expanding Trade Yard brand has welcomed the opening of a UK-leading DIY business to take one of its sites to capacity while confirming a deal with another industry leader at its newest development.
Allenby Commercial, based in Hull, confirmed The Trade Yard Beverley is now full following the opening last week of the new local branch of Howdens in the final unit.
The Becoming: Tapping into the unknown to reveal and heal a perceived reality is a powerful memoir by Horse Whisperer and Reiki Master, Jackie Coultas.
In this book, Jackie shares the details of her rather remarkable upbringing and how it led to her becoming a well-known and beloved transporter and healer of horses.
Local MP Graham Stuart has welcomed new constituency-level vaccination figures which show that Beverley and Holderness is ahead of the national average of one-third of adults having received their first Covid-19 jab.
The most recently available data show all jabs administered up to 21st February, at which point 32,581 people over the age of 18 had received their first dose of either the Pfizer/BioNTech or Oxford/AstraZeneca shot.
Having your own business entails a lot of hard work. Besides running the business’s operational side, you also have to make sure that you’re protecting your business and data against theft and all kinds of fraud.
Regardless of the nature of your business, you’ll need to exchange funds with financial entities to process transactions and pay taxes. ACH refers to the Automated Clearing House, which allows you to transfer funds electronically with any second party, including your customers, suppliers, and any intermediaries in between.
Assistant Chief Constable Chris Noble has issued a statement detailing the rules when it comes to travelling during the lockdown.
In his statement, he acknowledges that most people are following the guidance when it comes to travelling. However, he also adds police officers will not hesitate to question people they feel are not ‘staying local’.
If you’re tired of high electricity bills and are sick of the increasing cost of repairs for appliances that consume so much energy, you’re not alone. The tedious debacle of making ends meet can push anyone over the edge. Luckily, there are many budget-friendly solutions to lower your electricity bill. Read on to learn how to reduce energy consumption and save money.
Local children’s nurses are asking kind-hearted donors to swap chocolate eggs for arts and crafts this Easter in a special charity appeal.
Every year, the children’s wards at Hull Royal Infirmary would normally be inundated with offers of chocolate treats for youngsters spending time in hospital.
Plans to pedestrianise a part of Beverley’s Saturday Market have moved a step forward thanks to a successful funding bid from the Department of Transport’s Active Travel Fund.
Work is expected to start within weeks on the next phase of a project to build around 1,800 homes to the south of Beverley after council officers cleared the way by approving details of the scheme.
Lovel Developments, which is based in Beverley, is close to agreeing on a date for Barratt Homes to begin construction of more than 400 houses on about 35 acres of land next to Long Lane.
Every automobile needs to be maintained as these are highly complex machines that can suffer a great deal of wear and tear over the years.
As a motorist, it is important to understand that often you will be able to carry out the maintenance work yourself which can be rewarding and a great way to save money, but there will also be times where the work needs to be completed by a specialist. Read on to find out more.
At the moment, businesses the world over are experiencing unprecedented hardship and financial instability; the SARS-CoV-19 pandemic has uprooted the world’s financial and business sector – it has seen millions unemployed, and many more are expected to become unemployed in the near future.
The number of Year 6 children resident in the East Riding who have been awarded places for the school named by their parents/carers as their first preference has risen to nearly 97% in this year’s secondary school admissions round.
Wendy Mitchell, whose best-selling memoir, ‘Somebody I used to Know’ is a Sunday Times bestseller has joined forces with East Riding Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), East Riding Council and Humber NHS Foundation Trust to support people to live well with dementia.
Dozens of newly-planted trees have been dedicated to babies born across the East Riding since the start of the first lockdown in March last year.
From 23 March 2020, until 22 February 2021, 55 babies’ births had been registered in the East Riding.
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.