The 25th Paul Roggeman European Open Beach Championships will take place this weekend, from Friday, 9 to Sunday, 11 February, with hundreds of anglers from the UK and from abroad taking part.
With an estimated prize fund of £35,000, demand for tickets has been high. Many have already bought in advance, but people can still buys tickets on the day from the event HQ at Sand le Mere Holiday Village.
The prominence of eSports and its entertainment factor in the UK has been brought to light recently with the appointment of university graduate Jack Stewart to the newly made position of an eSports journalist for The Daily Mail newspaper.
The Eastbourne graduate had completed a degree in Sports Journalism BA (Hons) at the University of Brighton. He had written about eSports during his course as a topic that he felt passionate about.
Students from Longcroft School have been given a tour of the BEA Systems at Brough after they enjoyed success in an engineering competition. The Brough Seaplane completion was created to mark the centenary of the BAE Brough site and also inspire young people in schools to embrace engineering. Students were tasked with designing a cockpit with organisers saying they had some ‘brilliant entries’ resulting in them inviting winners and runners…
Latin dance champions will be coming to Sewerby Cliff Top on Thursday 10 August, as part of the Active Coast programme.
The Have A Field Day event will feature a wide range of activities for all the family, and a special highlight will be a chance to dance with Chantal Green and Andrea Borrelli, England’s Number One WDSF (World Dance Sport Federation) Amateur Latin dance couple.
Longcroft Sixth Form pupil, Holly Bentham, has been selected to be part of Team England competing at this year’s Youth Commonwealth Games.
The games are being held in Nassau, The Bahamas, commencing on the 18 July and concluding 5 days later on the 23 July and cover a multitude of sports including athletics, swimming, rugby 7s, tennis, beach volleyball along with Holly’s chosen sport of judo.
The Hornsea & District Hospital War Memorial Challenge Cup, more popularly known as the Tanton Cup, after P.C. Tanton Esq who donated the trophy, is one of the oldest football cup competitions in the East Riding, and this will be its 94th anniversary year.
It is competed for by local football clubs from North Holderness and still remains a popular competition among local players and spectators. Hornsea Town are the current cup holders.
Following last year’s announcement of Hull’s ambition to become the UK’s skateboarding capital, skate jams, competitions and coaching sessions have now been organised to take place at various locations across the city for beginners and seasoned skateboarders alike.
Participants will learn to enhance their abilities, obtain skills coaching and advice and possibly some tips on tricks.
A “high performing” further education college has become only the third in the country to retain its overall grading of “good” after a full Ofsted inspection since the assessment criteria was changed.
Bishop Burton College has been praised for its impressive success rates, inspiring resources and facilities and strong links with employers and other partners, which ensure the vast majority of students secure work or a higher level of study at the end of their course.