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Date Set For Next Vale Of York CCG Governing Body Meeting

September 22, 2014
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Date Set For Next Vale Of York CCG Governing Body Meeting

The next Governing Body meeting for NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will take place on Thursday 2 October 2014 at 10am at West Offices, Station Rise, York Y01 6GA. The meeting, which is open to members of the public to observe, will hear reports about the progress of specific initiatives being led by the CCG as well as information about finance and performance. Rachel Potts, Chief Operating Officer of the CCG, said: “Governing Body meetings are an opportunity for local people to come along and find out about what’s going on in their local NHS and hear about how we’re improving care for patients. “We have ‘transparency’ as one of our core values, and we believe it’s important that people have the chance to hear our discussions and observe how decisions are made about the health services they access.” Members of the public are warmly invited to attend and take an active role in the meeting by putting forward a question to the Governing Body members. At the start of each meeting, there is a period of up to 20 minutes for the public to do this. All items and questions must be submitted in advance of…

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World Trade Centre Goes On China Watch

September 22, 2014
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World Trade Centre Goes On China Watch

Three China experts will visit the region early next month for the latest seminar in World Trade Centre Hull & Humber’s ‘Doing Business in…’ series.…

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Simple Minds To Play The Spa Bridlington

September 22, 2014
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Simple Minds To Play The Spa Bridlington

Fresh from their renaissance and rightful reappraisal, Simple Minds will be releasing BIG MUSIC, their first album of new material in five years on November…

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Good Schools Remain A Priority For Home Buyers – Says New Report

September 22, 2014
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Good Schools Remain A Priority For Home Buyers – Says New Report

MOVING into or living in the catchment area of a good school is becoming more and more important for homebuyers, according to a national report.…

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Celebrating The Unsung Heroes Of The Road

September 21, 2014
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Celebrating The Unsung Heroes Of The Road

The hard work and dedication of East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s school crossing patrols has been celebrated. A group of eight crossing patrol persons, who…

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Hull College To Host Higher Education Event

September 20, 2014
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Hull College To Host Higher Education Event

Hull College is to host its first Higher Education (HE) Open Day, giving students a chance to find out about every aspect of studying HE…

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Holiday Accommodation Guidance Issued By Council

September 19, 2014
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Holiday Accommodation Guidance Issued By Council

East Riding of Yorkshire Council has produced a guide for those who own, operate or are considering, purchasing or renting holiday accommodation in the area…

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Hull College Fashion Students Reach National Bridal Design Final

September 19, 2014
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Hull College Fashion Students Reach National Bridal Design Final

Five Hull College Group students were proud finalists in the 2014 national Bridal Buyer Awards. Each student designed and made a wedding dress for the…

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Deputy Lord Mayor Asks Members To Support Our Twinned City

September 19, 2014
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Deputy Lord Mayor Asks Members To Support Our Twinned City

Deputy Lord Mayor Hull and Admiral of the Humber, Councillor Anita Harrison addressed members at Full Council to urge them support Hull’s Freetown Society in…

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Free Exercise Sessions To Celebrate National Fitness Day

September 19, 2014
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Free Exercise Sessions To Celebrate National Fitness Day

Residents are being encouraged to take advantage of a free exercise session at their local East Riding Leisure Centre as part of National Fitness Day.…

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Local Historian Praises Library Staff

September 19, 2014
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Local Historian Praises Library Staff

Staff at Leven Library have been praised for their support in helping a lifelong villager to pen his memoirs. Over the past four years 81-year-old…

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The Vaudeville Variety Show: A World Class Professional Show For A Great Cause

September 19, 2014
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The Vaudeville Variety Show: A World Class Professional Show For A Great Cause

The ‘Vaudeville Variety Show’ is a professional performance coming to The Plowright Theatre on 4th October in aid of The Lindsey Lodge Hospice and in…

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Withernsea Seafront Improvement Plan Launched

September 19, 2014
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Withernsea Seafront Improvement Plan Launched

A new plan has been developed to enhance the seafront and promenade of Withernsea over the coming years and guide the work of the Withernsea…

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CCG Supports Vulnerable People On ‘World Alzheimer’s Day’

September 19, 2014
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CCG Supports Vulnerable People On ‘World Alzheimer’s Day’

NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is backing ‘World Alzheimer’s Day’ by continuing to support vulnerable people with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.…

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Need A New Home To Hibernate In This Autumn? Move In Before The Dark Nights Arrive

September 19, 2014
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Need A New Home To Hibernate In This Autumn? Move In Before The Dark Nights Arrive

We may just be edging towards the end of summer – but when the clocks go back and the nights pull in, what better than…

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Make Your Pledge Today To Stop Antibiotics Becoming Obsolete

September 18, 2014
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East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) want to raise awareness of ‘antibiotic resistance’ to show the public how they can play a part…

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Book Your Place On A Free Broadband East Riding Workshop

September 18, 2014
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The Broadband East Riding Business Support Programme is encouraging local business growth by helping businesses to learn about, and exploit, the opportunities that digital technologies…

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Homeless Football Sessions Get Funding Boost

September 18, 2014
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A local football session, specifically for current and ex-residents of William Booth House has received a huge boost after Hull City Council provided funding to…

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Hull To Look At Alternative Sites For Cycle Track

September 18, 2014
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Hull City Council is working with British Cycling to identify a new location for a closed road circuit cycle track in the city. The Council…

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Hull Tennat Evicted For Antisocial Behaviour

September 18, 2014
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Hull City Council has successfully evicted a tenant from their property after months of antisocial behaviour. The council’s Neighbourhood Nuisance Team received a number of…

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Hull: Police Drop-in Offering Advice And Support For People Causing Alcohol Related Disorder

September 17, 2014
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Humberside Police are holding a drop-in surgery in Hull for anyone who has concerned about their alcohol consumption leading to being involved in criminality. The…

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Crimewatch Appeal Leads To Arrest Of Wanted Couple

September 17, 2014
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Officers from Humberside Police made an appeal to locate a man and a woman on the BBC’s Crimewatch Programme who they wanted to speak to…

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Police Work With Partner Agency Following Helicopter Crash Near Flamborough

September 17, 2014
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Following a helicopter crash yesterday off the coast of Flamborough in which two men died, police are continuing to support the investigation. The investigation into…

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Police Review Panel Report Fully Backed By Councillors

September 17, 2014
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A report published by an East Riding Council review panel raising concerns over planned radical changes to Humberside Police has received unanimous backing from councillors.…

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Yorkshire Food Finder Goes Global To Dispel Myths About British Food

September 17, 2014
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Gourmet trail company Yorkshire Food Finder teamed up with tourism agencies Visit Britain and Welcome to Yorkshire last week, to organise a three day gastro…

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