Have You Thought Of Becoming A Childminder?

Have You Thought Of Becoming A Childminder?
September 22, 2017

East Riding of Yorkshire Council offers a range of support to people who are interested in becoming a registered Ofsted childminder.

Childminders are self-employed and care for children in their own home. They play an important role in providing a childcare setting which meets the needs of many parents and carers across the East Riding.

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Town Officials Respond To Increased Burglaries In Beverley

Town Officials Respond To Increased Burglaries In Beverley
September 22, 2017

Cllr David Elvidge says he is going to seek  an update and advice from Humberside Police following a spike of thefts from homes in Beverley.

His comments come following a number of what he describes as ‘opportunist’ crimes that have occurred in Tickton and Beverley with number of burglaries being reported by home owners.

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Developer To Contribute Over £120K To Local Projects

Developer To Contribute Over £120K To Local Projects
September 22, 2017

Residents in Woodmansey are set to benefit after developer, Barratt Homes confirmed they will be investing over £120,000 into projects in the area.

Money from the developer will use the cash to pay for outdoor sports facilities and play spaces close to their Cherry Tree Court Site.

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Café Velo Planning Reprieve Welcomed by Cllr Denis Healy

Café Velo Planning Reprieve Welcomed by Cllr Denis Healy
September 20, 2017

Café Velo, Beverley’s popular themed cycling café in North Bar Within, has been granted a reprieve by planning officers, who just a few weeks ago were recommending that planning permission should be refused; a move which would have led to the closure of the thriving business.

At the Council’s Eastern Area Planning Committee, in June, Café Velo, which had been operating without planning permission for a change of use from retail to restaurant for 12 months, was faced with a recommendation from Council Officers for refused planning permission because certain paperwork wasn’t in order, and there had also been complaints about noise disturbance from local residents.

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Photography Exhibition Is Now A Part Of The Community

Photography Exhibition Is Now A Part Of The Community
September 12, 2017

The Viewfinder Photographic Society’s (VPS) annual photography exhibition in Skidby gets underway once again at the beginning of October this year.

Figures show that visitor numbers broke all records last year, proving that the free exhibition of club members’ images is now a well-established and appreciated fixture in the community’s calendar of events.

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Funding Boost For Hull Royal Infirmary A&E Welcomed By MP

Funding Boost For Hull Royal Infirmary A&E Welcomed By MP
September 12, 2017

Graham Stuart, Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness, has welcomed the announcement of a £981,000 cash injection for the Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, which will be used to improve Accident and Emergency (A&E) services at Hull Royal Infirmary.

The cash boost, announced by Minister of State for Health Philip Dunne, is designed to improve first-line responses in A&E departments. More money is being spent on necessary equipment, staff and infrastructure to ensure that each patient receives a quick and thorough assessment.

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Bestselling Author John Connolly To Launch Lit Up Festival In Beverley

Bestselling Author John Connolly To Launch Lit Up Festival In Beverley
September 6, 2017

For lovers of the silver screen, this year’s Lit Up Festival gets off to a great start on Friday 8 September, with bestselling and award-winning author, John Connolly.

John, best known for the Charlie Parker mysteries and other novels, will be finding time in his hectic schedule to come to the Parkway Cinema in Beverley at 8pm on Friday.

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Art Gets People Talking About Mental Health In Hull

Art Gets People Talking About Mental Health In Hull
September 6, 2017

A Hull-based movement is using creativity to increase awareness of mental health and get people talking about issues that many still find it difficult to discuss.

During 2017, Mad Pride is delivering 40 workshops across the city before taking the art to the street next Saturday (16 September) for a fantastic and colourful carnival.

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Shortlist Success For Beverley Skincare Scientist’s Debut Product

Shortlist Success For Beverley Skincare Scientist's Debut Product
September 5, 2017

A Beverley skin specialist and facialist has been shortlisted in the national Pure Beauty Awards for her signature anti-ageing serum, just months after it was launched.

Dr Katerina Steventon, founder of independent skincare consultancy, FaceWorkshops, formulated the unique anti-ageing serum 4 that has been shortlisted in the Best New Skin Care Treatment category in the prestigious international awards.

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