As you know, Aston Villa FC is a professional and the top-tier English football club, based in Birmingham.
But do you know who are the club’s highest-paid players? In case you don’t know but wish to know, we’ve created a list of Aston Villa’s top-paid players who’re having an annual income that is equivalent to winning the lottery.
The East Riding Council has confirmed that £10,000 of Government money, intended to provide Covid relief for small businesses, has been applied for, and paid to the Beverley & Holderness Conservative Association.
The leader of East Riding of Yorkshire Council has written to the Prime Minister to request additional support from the Government in relation to the ongoing health emergency in Hull and the East Riding posed by COVID-19, with cases in the area continuing to rise.
Crucial work is underway at Beverley Minster to restore part of its crumbling fabric and tell its remarkable story of Sanctuary thanks to a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant of £406,700 awarded last year.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has met with the Chair of the Humber County Priory Group for St John Ambulance to discuss how the charity has worked to support the NHS throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
The meeting also comes after news that St John Ambulance is to close its Morton Lane base in Beverley, following a coronavirus-catalysed review of the charity’s estate.
It may seem unlikely, but quietly Yorkshire has been a hotbed of golfing talent for quite some time now. Danny Willett, of Sheffield, has won numerous titles on the European Tour, and he secured his place in the folklore of the sport forever when he won The Masters back in 2016.
This winter, vulnerable people in North and East Yorkshire will be colder, hungrier, more isolated, and more anxious than ever before.
As a result, the Two Ridings Community Foundation is launching an emergency appeal to raise £100,000. This money will be used for essential funding for the charities, voluntary organisations and community groups that will provide a vital lifeline to our region.
Time is running out to enter the East Riding Festival of Words Poetry Competition for 2020. It will reach its climax with an online event on Saturday, 28 January 2021.
The event will celebrate the winning poets, hear from the judges, and listen to the winning poems. However, the closing date for entries to be submitted and paid for will be Saturday, 28 November 2020.