Sewerby Hall and Gardens are celebrating success. The popular venue has become a Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice 2021 Award winner.
The award celebrates attractions that consistently deliver great experiences to travellers around the world. The accolade places Sewerby Hall and Gardens in the Top Ten Per Cent of attractions worldwide.
The annual Bridlington Kite Festival – a weekend of vibrant kites soaring high above Sewerby Fields in the seaside town – is set to return in September. As a result, visitors can now find out more about the weekend’s activities by visiting the brand-new web page.
The summer exhibition at Sewerby Hall and Gardens is very revealing – it’s a ‘Brief’ History of Underwear.
On display in the house, and running until 14 November, the exhibition looks at how women’s bodies, in particular, have been manipulated into shape over the years by means of underwear, through the corset, bustle, girdle, brassiere and crinoline.
A shop that combined two separate businesses selling music and books is now bringing its wares to life with the addition of a live performance venue.
Wrecking Ball Music and Books has already presented a play and a Blues night upstairs at its premises in Whitefriargate, Hull, and established weekly matinee slots for an open-mic afternoon and a film club.
Two of the region’s major charities breathed a sigh of relief as businesses provided a fundraising boost by taking to the golf course for the first time in nearly two years.
Dove House Hospice and Muscular Dystrophy UK expect to receive a significant cash injection from the proceeds of the Rollits’ Charity Golf Day which took place at Brough Golf Cub and attracted 20 teams from the firm, its clients and contacts.
As more Brits head back to the office and those on furlough begin to return to their jobs after months at home, the financial impact of the pandemic on individuals is becoming more apparent.
With millions of Brits having to survive on less than typical pay, just 80%, and with the majority working in lower paid employment, the focus had been on survival as many waited for the return to work.
As the national labour shortage threatens supplies of its poultry, a Driffield poultry business has injected some fun into its fleet of vehicles.
Soanes Poultry’s latest vehicle, a refrigerated Vauxhall Combo is fondly known as the ‘vanbassador’ took to the road last week after being expertly wrapped by Scarborough signwriting business, Don French Signs.