Hull-based property firm, Iguana Developments has joined a scheme which enables students to undertake an innovative Degree Apprenticeship, to earn while they study for a University degree.
The dilemma of choosing between a degree or an apprenticeship is resolved with the opportunity for students to earn a salary and study for a degree with University fees funded by the Government Scheme. This aims to achieve a target set in 2015 to create 3 million new apprentices by 2020.
Dancehall legend, Grammy Award winner and much-loved international hitmaker Sean Paul has announced a series of UK dates for May and June.
Commencing in Hull at Bonus Arena on 26 May, he will take his must-see, electric live offering to Newcastle (May 29th), Nottingham (June 1st), Glasgow (June 2nd) and Brighton (June 4th), before culminating in a show at Liverpool’s M&S Bank Arena on June 5th. Tickets are on sale now on Ticketmaster.co.uk.
Next month, Hull will welcome the international performing arts community to the city, as Absolutely Cultured, IETM and partners Arts Council England and the British Council host IETM Hull 2019.
The exciting programme of talks, discussions, workshops and performances will explore the subject of inclusion, showcasing the diverse practice of local, regional and national artists and celebrating international collaboration and cooperation.
Heads Up Festival’s 12th season will take place from March 27-30 at various venues, including Hull Minster, Hull Central Library and Kardomah94.
This season’s artistic programme includes The Paper Cinema’s Macbeth (March 29 & 30), Now Is The Time To Say Nothing (a collaboration between Syrian film-maker Reem Karssli, a group of young Londoners and artist Caroline Williams, on March 28-30) and Olivia Furber, Ramzi Maqdisi, 9T Antiope and Hannah Mason’s The Land’s Heart Is Greater Than Its Map (March 29 & 30).
Hull and East Yorkshire-based 360 Chartered Accountants is delighted to announce that its newly extended headquarters is now open for business after extensive renovations saw a Grade II listed building brought back to its former glory.
360 Chartered Accountants has seen fast growth during the last decade and now includes 4 sister businesses – 5Four Payroll, 360 Mentor, 360 Finance Talent and 360 Wealth Management.
The team at The Promotion Company based in Hull is busy planning its annual event, Promote and Prosper which takes place on Thursday 28 February, in the Canham Turner Building at The University of Hull.
The event gets bigger and better each year, supported by the industry’s top promotional product and branded clothing suppliers who display over 2000 items, plus seminars with a difference.
Would-be homeowners in the East Riding of Yorkshire are being invited to find out more about shared ownership homes for sale in the sought-after rural village of Hutton Cranswick.
Together Housing Group is due to complete work on 10 homes in the village of in March and potential buyers are invited to come along to a drop-in session on 13 February between 3pm and 6pm at WI Hall on Main Street to find out more.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Esh Construction are hosting a community morning. It will take place on Saturday, 9 February, from 10am-12noon. The morning is to celebrate the completion of the first phase of the new Gypsey Race Park, in Bridlington.
Work on the new linear park started in early 2018. It will see a green corridor along the stream providing pleasant walking and cycling routes. Also, it will feature play areas and improved habitats for wildlife.
The 52nd annual Open Exhibition, which celebrates some of the best artistic talents in the region is now open at the Ferens Art Gallery.
More than 300 artworks have been selected by a high-profile panel of judges consisting of Senior Curator at Humber Street Gallery, Hull, John Heffernan, BBC Arts Correspondent Rebecca Jones, and Visual Artist Ian McKeever RA, who recently had an exhibition of his work on display at the Gallery.
Hull Trains have taken delivery of 38-year-old HST Inter City 125 saying they hope it shows their commitment to delivering great customer service.
Bosses say that the train which was manufactured at the Crewe Works back in 1981 is a real boost for the company. They also add its arrival was hard to secure given the lack of rolling stock in the UK.