A law firm that is celebrating its 180th anniversary is turning to a combination of tradition and technology to share the stories of its rich history.
Rollits still has copies of the hardback book published in 1991 by the then Senior Partner Tom Farrell to celebrate 150 years of the firm. Thirty years on the practice is adding to the archive by filming interviews with members of its team from offices in Hull and York.
This year’s Bridlington Kite Festival drew in big crowds at the weekend with kite-enthusiasts treated to a range of different shapes and designs in the air.
More than 100 kites took to the skies, including Oscar, the world’s largest teddy bear, Bertie Bassett, a stingray, Mario, and a 100m-long dragon made by hand in Bali, according to owner Malcolm Goodman who brought it along to Sewerby Fields in only its second outing.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is looking to recruit new foster carers and supported lodgings providers, for children and young people, at a fostering event in Driffield next week.
Anyone interested in finding out more about becoming a foster family is invited to go along to an information event at Driffield Rugby Club, YO25 9DW (next to Driffield Show Ground), on Tuesday, 21 September, starting at 7pm, with refreshments available from 6.30pm.
Hull-based vehicle branding service Brandfixx is appealing for nominations to support a local charity in need.
Inspired by a wide range of amazing charities in Hull and the East Riding, Brandfixx is pledging to design, manufacture and apply new branding to their vehicle so they can spread their message whilst they’re out on the road.
The man behind Hull’s first independent hot food online delivery platform is set to open a restaurant of his own – but he won’t be doing deliveries!
Jack Hanman launched Hull’s Kitchens in 2020 after paying more than £40,000 in commission for national brands to deliver food from his first restaurant, Temptation in St Stephen’s Shopping Centre, Hull.
Humber Job Hub CIC was established in 2018 by Angela Harraway Cert REC FIRP and Fellow Member of the Institute of Recruitment Professionals who have over 20 years of experience working in the recruitment sector supporting employers and job hunters across all industries.
In just eight weeks, more than 3,457 people in Hull received a vaccine at pop-up clinics held in parks, churches and communities. A total of 3,436 people collected at-home no-symptom test (LFT) kits, and 266 had an LFT on-site.
The walk-in clinics were targeted in seven areas of the city with lower vaccine uptake, with the aim of making jabs as accessible as possible. In the run-up to every clinic, the team went out into local communities to explain what was happening and encourage them to attend.
One of the region’s leading independent theatres is aiming to boost the business expertise among its cast of trustees as it prepares for a programme of 50th-anniversary celebrations.
Hull Truck Theatre is putting out a call to people with excellent local or regional business networks for volunteers who can bring diverse voices and skills to an organisation that is working to raise awareness of its wider community role.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Active Towns project is aimed at encouraging and supporting communities and residents to be more physically, mentally, and socially active in Pocklington, Market Weighton, Goole and Howden.
Hackers targeting SMEs are exploiting those who lack cyber awareness.
Responding to the huge rise in cyber attacks amongst SMEs, specialist IT support and cyber security firm, Jupiter IT is offering businesses in the Humber Region free training to help improve awareness and security.