• HULL : Common legal pitfalls in business & how to avoid them
  • BRIDLINGTON : Amy Johnson Returns To Sewerby Hall 80 Years Later
  • Yorkshire’s Mad Max Running 8 Marathons In 2 ½ Days
  • HULL : £3m Heritage Lottery Fund boost for Hull 2017
  • DRIFFIELD : Williamsons Strengthens Wills And Probate Expertise

HULL : Opportunity to play a key role in Hull 2017

Local producers, manufacturers, suppliers, creative organisations and other businesses based in Hull, Yorkshire and Humber are being given the chance to play a significant and highly visible role in Hull 2017 UK City of Culture. Next year will be one of the most important in Hull’s history, with a high profile and hugely varied programme of world-class cultural events that will attract attention and visitors from up and down the…

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Hornsea School and Language College Strikes Gold

Graham Stuart MP has congratulated Hornsea School and Language College after it was awarded the Humber Gold Standard for Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) by the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership. The Gold Standard, developed by the Humber LEP for 11-19 schools, academies and colleges in the area, recognises that an education provider is meeting a range of key national benchmarks to provide high quality careers advice to young…

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Bridlington Park and Ride expands from this weekend

Bridlington’s popular Park and Ride service – which runs throughout the summer season all the way until the end of October – will expand from Saturday 28 May with a new stop, and more journeys, at weekends and during school holidays. At weekends from 28 May – 4 September, and from 22 – 30 October, and during school holidays, the buses will stop outside the new East Riding Leisure Bridlington….

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HULL : Common legal pitfalls in business & how to avoid them

HULL : Common legal pitfalls in business & how to avoid them

Lawyers from James Legal in Hull are hosting the next in a series of free seminars to demonstrate the common pitfalls that businesses can face. Local business owners are invited to the Holiday Inn on Hull Marina on Thursday 16 June at 10:30am. Pete Konieczko-Hansom, Gary Swann and Sara Brown will be presenting along with a guest speaker from Smailes Goldie Chartered Accountants and together, will provide an overview of…

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HULL : Another award success for apprentice

An apprentice from Hull Training and Adult Education has been named as ‘Apprentice of the Year’ at the East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust’s Golden Hearts Awards. The ceremony took place at Willerby Manor on Friday 20 May and it was the first time they had included this category in the awards. Apprentice painter and decorator Jaimee-Leigh Lister, aged 19, from Hull has already had success, winning at the Health Education…

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HULL : Duke of Edinburgh success celebrated at Buckingham Palace

Dean Davis from Hull City Council attended a once in a lifetime Duke of Edinburgh’s (DofE) Gold Award Presentation at Buckingham Palace, London. At the event Hull City Council was presented with a special plaque from the DofE Charity by celebrity supporter, mountaineer Alan Hinkes OBE, acknowledging Hull City Council’s commitment to running the DofE and thanking it for giving young people the opportunity to transform their lives. The DofE…

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Yorkshire’s Mad Max Running 8 Marathons In 2 ½ Days

Yorkshire’s Mad Max Running 8 Marathons In 2 ½ Days

Max Newton, 43, is the Yorkshire Community Fundraiser for the Red Cross and faces the ‘mad’ challenge of running an incredible 200 miles in 60 hours. That’s the equivalent of just under eight marathons in two and a half days. Max is usually appealing for other people from all over Yorkshire to run, walk, cycle, abseil or skydive for the British Red Cross. Now he has chosen to show he’s…

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HULL : £3m Heritage Lottery Fund boost for Hull 2017

HULL : £3m Heritage Lottery Fund boost for Hull 2017

As Hull prepares for one of the biggest events in its history, the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has awarded Hull UK City of Culture 2017 £3m. The new funding is a further boost for the ambitious programme, which will take place across 365 days next year, bringing a wide range of events and activities that are rooted in heritage across the city to entertain, delight and challenge. Shining a light…

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HULL : Council celebrates DofE success at Buckingham Palace

Dean Davis from Hull City Council attended a once in a lifetime Duke of Edinburgh’s (DofE) Gold Award Presentation at Buckingham Palace, London. At the event Hull City Council was presented with a special plaque from the DofE Charity by celebrity supporter, mountaineer Alan Hinkes OBE, acknowledging Hull City Council’s commitment to running the DofE and thanking it for giving young people the opportunity to transform their lives. The DofE…

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DRIFFIELD : Williamsons Strengthens Wills And Probate Expertise

DRIFFIELD : Williamsons Strengthens Wills And Probate Expertise

Williamsons Solicitors has brought a strong European dimension to its wills and probate department with its latest appointments. Solicitors Martina Baloch, who will be based at the company’s Driffield office, and Monika Bone, who will operate from Hull, both hail from the Czech Republic and speak a number of European languages. After qualifying as a solicitor in 2009 in the UK, Ms Baloch worked in family law before gaining experience…

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BRIDLINGTON : Welcome To The House Of Fun!

Britain’s favourite pop band Madness have announced their first major arena tour in over two years which will see them play 11 dates across the UK this winter, including The Spa Bridlington on Tuesday 13 December. The band have been locked up the studio finishing their new album ‘Can’t Touch Us Now’ due for release in October this year. The new tour will see the band showcase new tracks from…

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Greens say No to fracking in North Yorkshire

Fracking has hit the headlines again in Yorkshire with the Green Party officers, members and fellow campaigners in Northallerton for North Yorkshire’s Planning Committee. Fracking is a process used to extract Shale Gas from deep below the earths surface. While the companies who wish exploit and extract the gas say that ‘Hydraulic Fracturing’ is safe, there are concerns over the impact it will have on the environment and fresh water…

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Mad About The Musicals 10th Anniversary Tour

Taking you on a whistle stop tour from the heart of London’s theatre land to the glitz of Broadway, the critically acclaimed MAD ABOUT THE MUSICALS will be visiting Bridlington for one night only on Tuesday 31 May when it plays at The Spa Bridlington – celebrating the very best songs from the shows we all know and love! With a host of your favourite numbers from the pen of…

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