CPD Morning and Networking Lunch With RICS

CPD Morning and Networking Lunch With RICS
June 13, 2019

The RICS Hull and East Yorkshire Local Member Group is hosting its annual CPD morning and networking lunch for property professionals on 26 June at KCOM Stadium.

Organisers of RICS local events research interesting speakers and this year will provide a broad range, covering topical material.

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2019 Bridlington Seafood Festival – A Taste Of The Coast

2019 Bridlington Seafood Festival - A Taste Of The Coast
June 12, 2019

The 2019 Bridlington Seafood Festival will once again set taste buds tingling when it returns to the town on The Spa Promenade on the weekend of 15-16 June.

The two-day event, which runs from 10am-4pm both days, will offer seafood cookery demonstrations, free children’s entertainment, live music, educational sessions and, of course, a wide selection of food stalls, traders and exhibitors.

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Yum! Festival Launches Search For Amateur Cook Of The Year

Yum! Festival Launches Search For Amateur Cook Of The Year
June 8, 2019

A leading food festival has begun the search for the region’s finest kitchen creations with a call-out for amateur chefs to share their secrets.

The Yum! Festival of Food and Drink has joined forces with Hull College Hospitality and Catering School to present the Hull and East Yorkshire Community Cook of the Year challenge.

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Facebook Fly-Tipper Fined £1,815 For Dumping Rubbish Near Howden

Facebook Fly-Tipper Fined £1,815 For Dumping Rubbish Near Howden
June 4, 2019

A man from Hull who advertised a waste removal service on Facebook has been ordered to pay £1,815 after dumping a resident’s rubbish in a layby near Howden.

Audrius Zigmantas, of Doncaster Street, Hull, admitted he and a friend collected the waste from a resident in Cottingham, using his van, but he claimed it was his friend who disposed of the items.

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HULL : Freedom Festival 2019 Programme Announced

HULL : Freedom Festival 2019 Programme Announced
June 3, 2019

Hull is no stranger to arts and culture and this summer, the annual Freedom Festival will use the city as its stage once again, in a way it has never done before.

The festival programme has been revealed and tickets for the five incredible indoor shows are available to buy now.

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New Inspiring Breakout Sessions From FEO For The Business Day

New Inspiring Breakout Sessions From FEO For The Business Day
June 2, 2019

Members from For Entrepreneurs Only have developed an exciting new series of breakout sessions for The Business Day at Bridlington Spa.

The new sessions will appeal to anyone who wants to know more about the risks and rewards of running a private sector business. Sessions will also help those who want to gain new ideas on how to grow and improve.

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What Makes a Happy Period – Survey Aims To Uncover Period Poverty

What Makes a Happy Period - Survey Aims To Uncover Period Poverty
June 2, 2019

The 28 Day Survey is a new campaign to start conversations around women’s health issues – starting with the question, “what makes a happy period?”

Following suggestions at the Hull Health and Wellbeing Board that up to 3000 (or possibly more) women in Hull will struggle to afford sanitary products, NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Hull City Council have agreed to research the issue locally and launch The 28 Day Survey. 

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Edinburgh Fringe Festival To Feature Performing Arts From Hull

Edinburgh Fringe Festival To Feature Performing Arts From Hull
June 2, 2019

This summer, Hull is heading back to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as Absolutely Cultured’s Hull Independent Producer Initiative.

The Hull Independent Producers Initiative supports and develops Hull’s performing arts sector through training and mentoring. Also, it helps by championing emerging theatre companies living and working in the city.

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Nurse Cycles From Land’s End To John O’groats To Help Sick Children

Nurse Cycles From Land’s End To John O’groats To Help Sick Children
June 1, 2019

A nurse who has dedicated 36 years of her life to the NHS is planning to cycle from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise £1,000 for sick children at Hull Royal Infirmary.

Barbara Joy, 55, is taking on the epic sponsored cycling challenge to raise funds for WISHH, the independent charity funding the redecoration of Ward 130 and the Children’s High Dependency Unit at Hull Royal Infirmary.

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Cottingham Food and Drink Festival Is In Seventh Heaven

Seventh Heaven for Cottingham Food and Drink Festival
May 31, 2019

A date for the diary: Cottingham Food and Drink Festival returns to the East Yorkshire location on Sunday 15th September 2019 (10am to 5pm).

Returning for the seventh year running, the event will feature stalls in Market Green, King Street and Hallgate for this one-day foodie extravaganza.

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Libby Squire – Four Months Into The Investigation

Libby Squire - Four Months Into The Investigation
May 31, 2019

As today marks four months since 21-year-old University of Hull student Libby Squire went out with her friends and never returned home.

The Senior Investigating Officer on the case has definitively expressed the investigation “is still very much active” and has stated, “we will do all we can to get justice for Libby”.

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Makeover Returns Garden Village Shopping Centre To Former Glory

Makeover Returns Garden Village Shopping Centre To Former Glory
May 31, 2019

Queensway Properties have completed the external rendering of Grade II listed Garden Village Shopping Centre, the UK’s first renovation project to receive approval for this type of work from local Councillors.

Following concerns the building was going to rack and ruin, directors of Queensway Properties have worked with local councillors to agree on a solution to overhaul parts of the external brickwork which had crumbled away, creating damp inside the property and leaving parts of it uninhabitable.

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