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.
Would you like the opportunity to try out a new hobby, learn a new skill or expand your knowledge completely for free and with no commitment?
This September you can do just that. East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Adult Learning and Employability team are back with another ‘Try Month’, bringing you the opportunity to try out as many different courses as you like, in one of our centres or online.
Registration for the latest YORSwitch round is now open, and residents across the East Riding are being encouraged to switch and fix their energy tariffs.
Since YORSwitch began in 2013, the East Riding of Yorkshire Council scheme has helped more than 36,000 households switch their energy tariffs, with savings of over £7.6 million for East Riding residents.
David Davis, MP for Haltemprice and Howden, paid a visit to Springs Court last week – the new Retirement Living Plus development currently under construction in Cottingham; from the leading manager and developer of retirement communities, McCarthy Stone.
Annual Charity Golf Day, sponsored by Pepperells Solicitors has raised over £5,000 for Cancer Research UK.
This year’s event, held at Cottingham Park Golf & Country Club on the 9th July and organised by local man Steve Fulstow, saw over 180 players across 45 teams compete to win the converted medals for Longest Drive, Straightest Drive, Nearest to the Pin and Winning Team.
The charity behind a campaign to raise £8.5 million to provide a Molecular Imaging Research (MIR) Centre at Castle Hill Hospital is hoping for a big response from corporate and community supporters after taking a starring role in the recent Humber Business Week.
A charity that is working to improve accuracy and detection rates for cancer, heart disease, and dementia across the Hull and Humber region is encouraging its supporters to dress to impress with a new range of fundraising merchandise.
Residents are being encouraged to share their views on plans to further improve cycle lanes in key parts of the city.
A consultation has been launched to gather views on plans to improve sustainable travel links between Hull and the East Riding, including improvements along key cycle routes from Hull to Beverley and Hull to Cottingham.
A charity that is working to improve accuracy and detection rates for cancer, heart disease and dementia across the Hull and Humber region has unveiled a dynamic fresh brand as it enters a new campaign phase.
The Daisy Appeal, which is preparing to take ownership in the next few months of the £8.5-million radiochemistry and cyclotron unit at Castle Hill Hospital, Cottingham, has also launched a new website, with e-commerce a key part of a rejuvenated business fundraising drive.
Extra safety measures to ensure the safety of staff and voters at polling stations will be in place for the election of the next Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner.
The election for the PCC is just one of six elections taking place on Thursday, 6 May with elections for the vacant seats in the South West Holderness and South East Holderness wards as well as vacancies on Beverley Town Council, Goole Town Council, Cottingham Parish Council and Nafferton Parish Council all due to take place.
To celebrate last week’s World Book Day, five-star housebuilder David Wilson Homes Yorkshire East donated £100 of book vouchers to a Cottingham primary school as the housebuilder continues to support the communities in which it builds.