Foundations Live, the region’s biggest co-located construction trade and careers event, took place for the third time this month. As an event, it attracted by far the biggest audience yet, with over 1,000 people in attendance across the day.
The event saw hundreds of industry professionals and schools visit Bishop Burton College’s equine arena, which hosted more than 70 companies exhibiting products and services and advising hundreds of students on how to gain a route into the workplace.
Foundations Live, the region’s biggest co-located construction trade and careers event, will be hosted for the third time this year on 10th October at Bishop Burton College, East Riding of Yorkshire.
The event, held in partnership with the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB), will address an increasing demand in skills and employment in the region’s workplaces. It is estimated more than 9,000 jobs in the sector will be available in the next five years, with total growth in the Yorkshire and Humber region forecast at 1.1%.
Degree students at Bishop Burton College are the happiest in East Yorkshire, a new survey has revealed.
The results of the National Student Survey (NSS) 2018 show 86% of students said they were satisfied studying their degree at the Bishop Burton College University Centre, an increase of 14% on the previous year and higher than any other provider in the region.
Multi-award winning documentary maker Reggie Yates told students at an East Yorkshire college they can achieve their dreams by staying true to themselves, as he helped them celebrate completing their studies.
Critically acclaimed Reggie, whose documentaries include the Extreme series shown on Netflix, was the special guest at Bishop Burton College’s annual presentation day event.
Beverley Town Council, Beverley in Bloom and town volunteers are busy planning for the summer planting and associated horticultural, environmental and community projects within the town which will contribute to the RHS Britain in Bloom campaign 2018.
This is the first time that our beautiful town of Beverley has been a finalist in the RHS Britain in Bloom campaign, which is managed by the Royal Horticultural Society and entry is by invitation only.
Around 80 people attended a seminar, hosted by East Riding of Yorkshire Council and the East Riding of Yorkshire Rural Partnership, at Bishop Burton College to discuss the challenges of delivering affordable and market housing in rural communities.
The event was attended by a number of housing experts and included guest speakers from the National Housing Federation and East Midlands Community Led Housing.
Around 50 people have registered to attend a free seminar focusing on the challenges of delivering affordable and market housing in rural communities on Tuesday, 22 May at Bishop Burton College.
Hosted by East Riding of Yorkshire Council and the East Riding of Yorkshire Rural Partnership, the event will include updates about policy from both a local and national perspective, a series of break-out sessions.
Bishop Burton College has unfortunately had to cancel Lambing Sunday this weekend (11th March).
The college has received veterinary advice to cancel the event after a number of lambs were identified as having a skin infection. This is believed to have been brought on by stress, caused by the recent adverse weather.
Despite the transfer window recently closing just a few days ago, the rumour mill never stops churning. With ever-increasing money coming into the Premier League through TV rights and sponsorship’s, there is no surprise that the English top-flight teams spend more than their foreign counterparts in Europe’s other big leagues.
Below we will be taking a look at some of the January transfer window’s biggest deals (involving Premier League clubs) and some of the rumours that have been surfacing.
Business leaders from across the region will be reflecting on the success of Hull 2017 while getting the first look at the county’s tourism strategy for the next five years when they attend next week’s annual tourism conference organised by Visit Hull and East Yorkshire.
Some 250 delegates will be attending Thursday’s (November 9) event at the Mercure Grange Park Hotel in Willerby and will hear from Fran Hegyi, executive director Hull 2017, and Matt Jukes, chief executive of Hull City Council, reflecting on all that has been achieved during City of Culture, before listening to industry expert Professor John Lennon, who will unveil VHEY’s new five-year tourism plan.