HULL : Culture bus stops at Freedom

Hull’s culture bus will make its next stop at the Freedom Festival this weekend. The bus, which has spent the summer travelling around some of Hull’s biggest and much-loved events to spread the word that Hull is on the up, will now spend three days at the heart of the ever popular Freedom Festival that last year saw over 150,000 people attend. Visitors to the bus will be invited to…

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Seat Belts And Child Restraints Casualty Reduction Campaign

During September Humberside Police will be running a seatbelt and child restraints, casualty reduction campaign. The campaign will focus on educating people around the dangers of not wearing a seatbelt and making sure that children have the correct restraints in place, when travelling in a vehicle. 370 deaths and 7000 serious injuries could be prevented on the roads each year. Only 85% of front seat passengers and 50% of rear…

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Council Announces Seven Year Partnership Deal With Civica Saving £5m

Hull City Council has confirmed that it is has appointed Civica as its Preferred Bidder to take over the running of the Revenues and Benefits service. This includes the payment of Housing Benefit, collection of Council Tax, Business Rates and Debt. The seven year deal with Civica, a market leader in software and technology and business process services is set to save the Council £5m. It will also safeguard jobs…

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Systech It Solutions Md Up For Top National Award

Systech It Solutions Md Up For Top National Award

Hull and East Yorkshire-based Systech IT Solutions is celebrating after hearing its Managing Director is in line for a top national award. The annual UK IT Industry Awards, organized by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT and Computing, are one of the longest established and most prestigious awards of its kind and are a platform for the entire profession to celebrate best practice, innovation and excellence. The news comes after…

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Humberside Police

HULL : Did You See Alleged Assault Outside The Freedom Centre

Humberside Police are appealing for independent witnesses following a disturbance that led to a 17-year-old boy being assaulted outside the Freedom Centre, Preston Road, Hull at around 7.10pm on Saturday August 8. Several people were outside the centre drinking when they got involved in an argument. During the argument a 17-year-old was allegedly punched by a man aged in his 20’s, knocking him unconscious and resulted in him needing to…

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New Just Play Football Session For Kingswood

New Just Play Football Session For Kingswood

The East Riding County FA are pleased to announce the launch of the latest Just Play Centre in the region. Starting on Wednesday 2nd September at 20:00 the new kick about will offer adults aged 18+ the opportunity to have a friendly game of football without the hassle of committing to turning up each week or paying expensive subscription fees. Just Play football is all about having a social kick…

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Tesco Dip Into Growing Vinyl Album Market

Tesco Dip Into Growing Vinyl Album Market

Tesco will become the first UK supermarket to tap into the rapidly growing vinyl music market this week when it will sell the new album by British rock legends Iron Maiden. Maiden’s first studio offering in five years, The Book Of Souls, will be released on Friday September 4, with the triple LP format going on sale in 55 of the supermarket’s including Hull St Stephens Extra. The move is…

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East Yorkshire Angling Championships A Prize Catch For The Region

The East Yorkshire Angling Championship is an East Yorkshire Rivers Trust initiative allowing the trust and other parties to survey the fish stocks in both the River Hull and Yorkshire Derwent, whilst giving anglers from home and away the opportunity to sample the good angling opportunities in the East Riding. The event will host two days of match fishing on the Yorkshire Derwent and River Hull. It is now in…

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Last Chance To Visit ‘a Country House Party’ At Sewerby Hall And Gardens

This week is the last chance to visit ‘A Friday to Monday – The Country House Party’ exhibition at Sewerby Hall and Gardens, as the exhibition will close on Sunday (6 September). The popular exhibition includes costumes from hit ITV period drama ‘Downton Abbey’. For the country house set, super rich and those who aspired to be so, the Edwardian era was characterised by lavish weekend parties, commonly known as…

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Be Part Of Something Inspiring This Autumn

Be Part Of Something Inspiring This Autumn

Unleash those hidden talents and demonstrate your business skills this October by entering the Your Inspired Charity Challenge. This is an opportunity for you and a team of colleagues or friends who prove you can out-wit those on-screen Apprentices or Dragon entrepreneurs – and raise money for poorly children in your community. From an investment loan of £100, Your Inspired will see teams use all of their fundraising flair to…

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Ceramics Classes Return To Cottingham Adult Learning Centre

East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Employment, Education and Skills Team is re-launching its ceramics courses in a purpose-built classroom at the adult learning centre in Cottingham. The new courses will range from beginners ceramics through to advanced courses with a Saturday mixed-ability session also on offer. All courses start from the end of September at Adult learning Cottingham and run for two hours, per session, over eight weeks. The range…

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HULL : Man Found Dead On Essex Street

Humberside Police were called at 6.25am this morning (Sunday August 30) reporting a man dead on Essex Street, Hull. Officers attended the man was found dead in the street. The man is believed to be in his 20’s but has not been identified at this time. A cordon is in place and enquiries are on-going to establish how the man died. Anyone who has any information about the death are…

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BRIDLINGTON : Burglary Appeal

BRIDLINGTON : Burglary Appeal

Police are appealing to anyone who may be able to help with their enquiries into burglary which happened between 6pm to 10pm at a flat above a Chinese takeaway on Lansdowne Road in Bridlington on August 25. The intruder gained entry to the upstairs flat of the Chinese takeaway and stole an ASUS Notebook laptop computer and a Samsung Note 3. Can you identify this intruder? Can you help officers…

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