Online Bingo UK Chat Rooms Safe?

Online Bingo UK Chat Rooms Safe?
November 18, 2021

Part of the appeal of bingo, in general, is that it is a very sociable game. You can go to a bingo hall with your friends and catch up whilst you play.

This is also part of the charm when playing the game online with the use of chat rooms. Players can socialise with people all across the globe while enjoying a game of bingo from the comfort of their own sofa.

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HETA Plans Further Expansion After Record Recruitment Of Young Engineers

HETA Plans Further Expansion After Record Recruitment Of Young Engineers
October 1, 2021

A training business that has been supplying engineering apprentices to the industry for more than 50 years has broken all records with its 2021 intake.

Humberside Engineering Training Association (HETA) is now planning a significant investment programme as it faces rising demand from employers across the north for qualified young people and for tuition to upskill the existing workforce.

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Professor Embarks On Coast To Coast Walk To Support Daisy Appeal

Professor Embarks On Coast To Coast Walk To Support Daisy Appeal
September 9, 2021

A professor who played a key role in the progress of the Daisy Appeal is now backing the charity as a fundraiser with a coast to coast walk across the north of England.

Steve Haswell, who worked with the Daisy Appeal in his role as a professor in chemistry at the University of Hull, has been joined on the trek by his son Simon, who works in the laboratories at Castle Hill Hospital, Cottingham.

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How To Lower Your Electricity Bill And Save Money

How To Lower Your Electricity Bill And Save Money
March 3, 2021

If you’re tired of high electricity bills and are sick of the increasing cost of repairs for appliances that consume so much energy, you’re not alone. The tedious debacle of making ends meet can push anyone over the edge. Luckily, there are many budget-friendly solutions to lower your electricity bill. Read on to learn how to reduce energy consumption and save money.

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Historic Queens Dock Set To Be Unearthed For First Time In 60 Years

Historic Queens Dock Set To Be Unearthed For First Time In 60 Years
January 19, 2021

Once the largest dock of its kind in the country, sections of the original dock edge walls of Queens Dock are set to be unearthed for the first time in 60 years this month as part of a £4.3m city centre project.

The sections of the dock edge were last seen in the 1960s when the gardens were remodelled to a design created by the renowned architect and town planner, Sir Frederick Gibberd.

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Hull Rugby League World Cup 2021 Fixtures Revealed

Hull Rugby League World Cup 2021 Fixtures Revealed
July 22, 2020

Rugby League World Cup tournament organisers have revealed the much-anticipated fixture schedule.

The competition promises to be the biggest and best World Cup in the history of the sport, as the men’s, women’s and wheelchair teams all compete at the same time in a major sporting first.

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Sewerby Hall And Gardens Go Digital

Sewerby Hall And Gardens Go Digital
July 14, 2020

Sewerby Hall and Gardens – where both the house and gardens have now reopened – have gone digital to add to the visitor experience.

Visitors to the house can scan QR codes to enjoy a range of short talks by education officer Robert Chester and curator Janice Smith.

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College Hosts Equine Fundraiser Event For The Australian Bushfires

College Hosts Equine Fundraiser Event For The Australian Bushfires
February 18, 2020

Bishop Burton College was delighted to team up with Atkinson Action Horses for a spectacular event to raise funds to combat the devastation caused by Australia’s bushfires.

The sold-out event took place on Saturday, 15 February, with 100% of the ticket price being donated to the Australian Red Cross and to WIRES – Australian Wildlife Rescue Organisation.

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Daniel Sloss Brings Critically-Acclaimed Show To Region

Daniel Sloss Brings Critically-Acclaimed Show To Region
January 28, 2020

This February, Vue invites you to experience one of the world’s most popular laugh-out-loud comedy shows, as Daniel Sloss brings his critically-acclaimed solo show Daniel Sloss: X to Vue Hull.

Performing off the back of an already glistening comedy career, Sloss’s record-breaking tenth solo show, and third comedy film, delivers a unique satire on the uncomfortable topics of modern society.

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Who Should You Bet on in Britain’s Next Generation of Tennis players?

Who Should You Bet on in Britain's Next Generation of Tennis players?
January 3, 2020

The absence of Andy Murray from the Australian Open will once again leave British hopes of winning a tennis tournament in doubt, to say the least.

Kyle Edmund has shown promise in the past in the men’s draw, reaching the semi-finals of the competition in 2018. However, Edmund’s form has declined over the last two years, and it would be a surprise to see him make an appearance in the second week of the competition; with current odds of 150/1 to succeed in the Australian Open.

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Stage4Beverley Music Festival Tickets Are Selling Faster Than Ever

Stage4Beverley Music Festival Tickets Are Selling Faster Than Ever
November 15, 2019

Beverley’s winter music festival, Stage4Beverley returns for its fourth year in February (12th – 16th ), and as the event has gained in popularity with a sold-out show already and more about to sell out.

Wednesday 12th February sees the launch with the legendary blues duo Paul Jones and Dave Kelly, founder members of the Blues Band, followed by a rare performance by BBC Radio 2 and 6Music and Glastonbury TV presenter, Mark Radcliffe. He will be inviting the audience to an intimate evening of his own songs and accompanying stories.

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