Kyle Edmund Yet To Fill The Gap Left By Andy Murray

Kyle Edmund Yet To Fill The Gap Left By Andy Murray
June 19, 2019

Kyle Edmund’s journey has been a long and impressive one, born in Johannesburg before emigrating to England to take up residence in Tickton, a mere 10 minute away from Beverley, the 24-year-old has now climbed to the top of the British male tennis rankings.

In some ways, that was the easy part, the challenge now is to surge forward and leave an impression on the game, which must be said is something that the former East Yorkshire resident is battling to do.

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HULL : Freedom Festival 2019 Programme Announced

HULL : Freedom Festival 2019 Programme Announced
June 3, 2019

Hull is no stranger to arts and culture and this summer, the annual Freedom Festival will use the city as its stage once again, in a way it has never done before.

The festival programme has been revealed and tickets for the five incredible indoor shows are available to buy now.

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Hull Developer Unlocks Potential In The Built Environment

Hull Developer Unlocks Potential In The Built Environment
February 19, 2019

Hull-based property firm, Iguana Developments has joined a scheme which enables students to undertake an innovative Degree Apprenticeship, to earn while they study for a University degree.

The dilemma of choosing between a degree or an apprenticeship is resolved with the opportunity for students to earn a salary and study for a degree with University fees funded by the Government Scheme. This aims to achieve a target set in 2015 to create 3 million new apprentices by 2020.

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The Next Big Thing Is Coming To Bridlington

The Next Big Thing Is Coming To Bridlington
September 30, 2018

North Bridlington Library will be hosting ‘The Next Big Thing’ on Friday, 19 October, as part of the East Riding Festival of Words.

Debut authors, hotly tipped to become the bestsellers of tomorrow, will all be at the library that afternoon and evening, offering a chance for visitors to explore the best new literature on the market, with tickets from just £5 each.

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International Beach Volleyball Festival Hits The East Coast This Saturday

International Beach Volleyball Festival Hits The East Coast This Saturday
August 7, 2018

This weekend will see an international volleyball festival in Bridlington, with fun and excitement for all the family.

Bridlington will be the UK’s sole host for the 2018 CEV (Confederation of European Volleyball) Beach Volleyball Festival, which will run alongside the UK Pro Beach Volleyball Tour (UKBT) Event on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 August at Bridlington South Cliff Beach (below Park & Ride).

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Sydney Opera House To A School In Hull – Circus Makes Yorkshire Debut

Sydney Opera House To A School In Hull - Circus Makes Yorkshire Debut
May 31, 2018

An award-winning contemporary circus troupe is set to perform at a school in Hull, fresh from a run at Sydney Opera House.

Brisbane-based Circus company Casus will be making their Yorkshire debut at Hymers College during Back To Ours this half term. Their show Driftwood promises to be a spectacular display of choreography, acrobatics, trapeze and aerial stunts.

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From ‘Zero To Zero’ – An Exhibition Of Images From Around The World

From ‘Zero To Zero’ – An Exhibition Of Images From Around The World
March 7, 2018

An exhibition of stunning travel images by East Yorkshire photographer, Andrew Chandler, takes place in Skidby this coming Easter weekend following his four month trip around the world.

In 2017, Andrew set off on his epic journey by starting at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London with the objective of photographing the people, landscapes and wildlife as he circumnavigated the global – returning 118 days later, once again to the prime meridian.

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Convict Life, Penal Servitude And Prison Licensing In Victorian England

Convict Life, Penal Servitude And Prison Licensing In Victorian England
February 6, 2018

A public talk at the Treasure House in Beverley on Tuesday 13 February will offer a new perspective on the lives of those caught up in the convict system in the 19th century.

The talk by Dr Helen Johnston will discuss the rise of long-term imprisonment in England, in the aftermath of the end of transportation to Australia, through the establishment of the convict prison system during the mid-1850’s.

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Blue & Golds Exit Ladbrokes Challenge Cup In First Round

Blue & Golds Exit Ladbrokes Challenge Cup In First Round
February 5, 2018

The blue and golds will come away from this Challenge Cup tie with their heads held high despite bowing out of the competition.

In a game played in miserable conditions of freezing rain on a heavy pitch, the home adapted better to the adverse conditions. They spilled possession on fewer occasions and mainly concentrated on percentage rugby.

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BRIDLINGTON : The Musical For All Time, Blood Brothers Returns!

BRIDLINGTON : The Musical For All Time, Blood Brothers Returns!
January 31, 2018

Bill Kenwright’s ‘Dazzling’ (Sunday Telegraph) production of the international smash hit musical Blood Brothers returns to Bridlington Spa in October 2018.

This iconic musical has been visiting theatres across the country throughout 2017 in celebration of its 30th anniversary, performing to sell-out houses and receiving standing ovations.

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Gipsy Moth Takes Flight As It Finds New Home In Hull

Gipsy Moth Takes Flight As It Finds New Home In Hull
January 29, 2018

The full-scale replica of Amy Johnson’s Gipsy Moth crafted by prisoners of HMP Hull during Hull UK City of Culture 2017 has found a new home in the city.

The plane was originally installed in Paragon Station in February last year as part of Hull 2017’s Creative Communities Programme during the Made in Hull season. Since then it has welcomed around 30,000 people a day, including the Queen, Sadiq Khan and Goldie. Now it is set to move next door to St Stephen’s shopping centre for a year.

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