A large dinner gong, in need of some tender loving care, has recently been donated to Sewerby Hall and Gardens, and staff at the venue are keen to get it restored, to complement the return of the exhibition ‘Dinner is Served’.
An LGBTQ anti-hate crime project which has involved schools and communities across the East Riding was celebrated at an event in Beverley attended by a Home Office minister.
The Right to Be project is an initiative led by children’s charity Barnardo’s in partnership with East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s youth and family support service, following a £48,000 award of funding from the Home Office Hate Crime Community Projects fund.
Whether you are looking to improve your skills, gain new qualifications or learn something completely new, there really is something for everyone with East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s new adult learning courses.
Fancy learning a brand new hobby or skill? Courses, available to people aged 19 and over, are now available to book online or in centre.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Employment, Education and Skills Team has joined up with East Riding Theatre’s Artist in Residence – She Productions – to deliver an innovative training course for local unemployed people.
The Finding Your Voice Programme is designed to build confidence, communication, social and creative skills for local unemployed people.
A new swim school in Dunswell is providing lessons for pre-school children and adult learners with exclusive use of a private pool.
The school is run by Suzanne Mathers from Sportsability which is a local community interest company providing inclusive exercise for everyone, as well as training for gym instructors, fitness instructors, personal trainers, swimming and sports within schools.