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Disability Football – Got a disability and Want to Play football

November 17, 2014
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Across Hull and East Riding disability football is growing and there are now more opportunities than ever to start playing. With sessions taking place right across Hull and the East Riding you are never too far away from the action. Sessions are aimed at children, young people and adults from the age of 6 years old and upwards. All clubs are fully inclusive and available to all regardless of ability, previous experience, disability and gender. Come along and give it a go, it really is for everybody. Whether you want to play informally and just have a ‘kick about’, or you would like to play more competitive football then there is something for everyone. Each session will provide both skill developments alongside match play whilst also having great social benefits as you join other likeminded players. Across the county we have two disability football leagues for those that would like to progress in to competitive football again with an enjoyable and fun attitude. We also host several tournaments across the year to increase the number of competitive elements to the sport in the region. Along with the numerous PAN Disability Football Clubs that we have across the county, we also…

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World Trade Centre Hull & Humber is to help women break through an international trade ‘glass ceiling’.

November 17, 2014
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It is staging an Inspiring International Women conference on Thursday (November 19) when speakers will include Laura Tenison, founder and managing director of mother and…

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New Artificial Pitch To Be Launched At Driffield Leisure Centre

November 13, 2014
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A new artificial pitch at Driffield Leisure Centre in Bridlington Road will be officially launched this Saturday (15 November) by Councillor Richard Burton, portfolio holder…

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New Glass Flood Defence Wall Proposed For Paull

November 13, 2014
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New Glass Flood Defence Wall Proposed For Paull

Nearly a year after the devastating tidal surge that affected over 1,100 properties along the Humber, East Riding of Yorkshire Council is leading a project…

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Hull Hosts The Global Launch Of Locally Designed Gaming Technology

November 13, 2014
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The Platform Studios, a collective of game developer companies based in Hull, are to launch a new virtual reality (VR) hardware device on the opening…

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Global Entrepreneurship Week Supporting Women In Business

November 12, 2014
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As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week 2014 (17-23 November), East Riding of Yorkshire Council is hosting a unique business networking event to bring together women…

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Hire Me! Christmas Campaign For Young People Aged 18-24

November 11, 2014
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Ten young people from East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Springboard programme, an employability programme for 18-24-year-olds, are taking part in a Hire Me! Christmas campaign…

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Stronger Economy Resonating With Voters

November 11, 2014
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Stronger Economy Resonating With Voters

With the number of people in work at an all-time high and the local and national economy recovering strongly, Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and…

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It’s time to put modern slant on old trade links with the Netherlands, says World Trade Centre Hull & Humber

November 11, 2014
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It’s time to put modern slant on old trade links with the Netherlands, says World Trade Centre Hull & Humber

Two world trade centres are leading a drive for greater cooperation between Humber and Dutch offshore operators and suppliers. WTC Hull & Humber has teamed…

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Ofsted Celebrations For Driffield Ce Infant School

November 11, 2014
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Staff, parents and pupils at Driffield CE Infant School are celebrating after Ofsted inspectors ruled that it is a ‘good’ school. Their latest report has…

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New Holme Road Roundabout To Start This Month

November 10, 2014
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New Holme Road Roundabout To Start This Month

Construction of a new £1.1m roundabout at the junction of the A1079/Holme Road, in Market Weighton, is set to start on Monday, 17 November, following…

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Gary Shores Calls For Change After Government Cave In Over EU Bill

November 8, 2014
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A £850 million bill is a bargain says Cameron as he caves into EU pressure to pay the bill demanded of the UK. Gary Shores…

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New Live Bus Tracker A Hit After 80,000 Views

November 6, 2014
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Local bus company East Yorkshire Motor Services’ new live bus tracker has been accessed over 80,000 times since its launch at the end of July.…

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More plaudits for pacesetting Williamsons Solicitors

November 6, 2014
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More plaudits for pacesetting Williamsons Solicitors

Chambers UK law guide has ranked Williamsons Solicitors as Hull and East Yorkshire’s top firm for criminal law. From offices in Hull, Bridlington and Driffield,…

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Linden Homes Andy proud of Great British Bake Off champion mum!

November 4, 2014
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Linden Homes Andy proud of Great British Bake Off champion mum!

Sunday lunch with all the trimmings and homemade cake and pudding would get most people licking their lips in anticipation. But even more so when…

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Yorkshire Smokehouse “One Of Uk’s Most Outstanding Artisan Food And Drink Producers” Says BBC Good Food

October 29, 2014
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Staal Smokehouse in Long Riston has been deemed one of the “most deserving, small, independent artisan producers” in Britain as it receives a Producers Bursary…

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Henderson Insurance Brokers : Two new apprentices join

October 29, 2014
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Henderson Insurance Brokers : Two new apprentices join

Henderson Insurance Brokers Ltd (HIBL) has appointed two new local apprentices to its Hessle office, using a customised apprenticeship scheme developed in conjunction with a…

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Council Offering Free Home Energy Assessments

October 29, 2014
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East Riding of Yorkshire Council has a limited number of free home energy assessments available to support residents who are considering installing measures, such as…

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Energy industry expert joins Hull’s CDS Energy Services to boost business

October 29, 2014
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CDS Energy Services Ltd has appointed an industry heavyweight in a bid to strengthen its position in the sector as it looks to continue its…

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Mortgage Myths Cause Families To Miss Out On Their Dream Home

October 23, 2014
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Mortgage Myths Cause Families To Miss Out On Their Dream Home

Experts warn that mortgage myths are leading househunters across the region to miss out on their dream home, by failing to take advantage of the lowest…

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Council Supports Unprecedented Number Of Business Start-ups In September

October 23, 2014
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Council Supports Unprecedented Number Of Business Start-ups In September

September has been a record month for East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Business Services Team that has worked with clients across the area, using start-up…

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Cannabis & Cannabis Plants Worth £175K Recovered By Police

October 22, 2014
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Cannabis & Cannabis Plants Worth £175K Recovered By Police

Officers from the Hull Community Reassurance Team (CRT) and Wyke Neighbourhood Policing Team recovered cannabis and cannabis plants with an estimated value of £175000 from…

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Rob Promotes Cycle Safety In Memory Of His Brother Tim

October 22, 2014
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Rob Andrew’s brother, Tim Andrew, aged 50 from Hornsea, was killed riding his bike between Hornsea and Beverley in 2010 and now Rob has spoken…

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Chemical Firm’s £1.3m Expansion Brings Jobs Boost

October 22, 2014
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Chemical Firm’s £1.3m Expansion Brings Jobs Boost

A pioneering Hull-based chemical firm is giving manufacturing jobs in the city a boost, following a £1.3m investment assisted by the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership’s…

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Golf with Kevin Pietersen – Top lot at society’s Sports lunch

October 9, 2014
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Golf with Kevin Pietersen – Top lot at society’s Sports lunch It’s swing time for the Sailors’ Children’s Society as it bids for an auction…

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