In recent years, computers have played a vital role in the military. These computers are adapted and designed to carry out a broad range of tasks such as analyzing and assessing intelligence, geospatial analysis, communication, or organizing sensitive data for military leaders.
The Viola Trust, which is working to bring the Viola trawler back to Hull from her current location on the beach at Grytviken, South Georgia, has issued a lockdown challenge to artists and writers to create their interpretation of the ship and its remarkable history.
The Trust is inviting entries now for The Viola Trawler 1,000 Words Competition, drawn from the famous quote that a picture is worth a thousand words.
Fresh from supporting Inspiral Carpets, Cumbrian act The Chadelics headline the exciting ‘new’ band night Quiet Riot at Hodgsons Pub, Flemingate, Beverley, on Friday, May 29.
Saturday the 24th of March was a momentous day at Coletta & Tyson garden centre. The re-launch of the plant area took place with former Kingston Rovers player and retired managing director Brian Tyson cutting the ribbon to ‘officially’ mark it open.
A team of Beverley Business people are bringing a globally recognised event to our region in February with the first ever TEDx Hull.
Rapid Solicitors and SODEXO have teamed up with The Defence School of Transport at Normandy Barracks, Leconfield to create a unique monument to the camp’s services by funding the restoration of a Thorneycroft ANTAR, a heavy duty transport vehicle used between 1950s and 1980s. It was originally produced to move oil pipelines in Iraq but it’s immense power was ideal to cope with the increasing size and weight of the…