Yorkshire Water Raise £80K For WaterAid

Yorkshire Water Raise £80K For WaterAid
September 22, 2020

Yorkshire Water is supporting WaterAid’s mission to provide clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene knowledge to everyone, everywhere by 2030.

In the last financial year, the region’s water company has raised almost £80,000 for the international not-for-profit. 

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Funding Approval Will End 15-Year Wait For New Health Centre

Funding Approval Will End 15-Year Wait For New Health Centre
September 17, 2020

A new medical centre which was first proposed nearly 15 years ago has cleared its final hurdle after funding was approved by the East Riding of Yorkshire NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).

Work could start by the end of this year on the site in Lowfield Road, Anlaby, with construction expected to take 12 months, and the new centre will reflect the advances in facilities and the increase in demand over recent years.

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Support For Families Affected By Relationship Conflicts

Support For Families Affected By Relationship Conflicts
September 1, 2020

A new campaign aimed at supporting parents and young people in reducing relationship conflicts has been launched today.

Relationship Matters is a programme that will provide support for parents where there are conflicts, and emotional well-being support for young people affected by this, in turn, improving the mental health and long-term future chances for children involved.

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Dolly Parton Scheme Set To Get Hull’s Children Reading More

Dolly Parton Scheme Set To Get Hull's Children Reading More
August 17, 2020

Hull City council has allocated £88,500 funding for the Dolly Parton Imagination Library scheme to be rolled out to eligible two-year-olds in Hull during the next academic year.

From September, over 1,500 children eligible to receive the two-year-old early education entitlement will receive a free book every month through the scheme.

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Driffield Poultry Business’s FD Shortlisted For Meat Industry Award

Driffield Poultry Business's FD Shortlisted For Meat Industry Award
July 30, 2020

The team at a Middleton on the Wolds poultry business are celebrating after their Finance and IT Director has reached the finals of the prestigious Women in Meat Industry Awards.

Claire Wright ACMA has been shortlisted in the Manufacturing/Processing category of the annual awards that recognise outstanding female talent and showcase the contributions that women make to the meat sector.

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Sewerby Hall And Gardens Go Digital

Sewerby Hall And Gardens Go Digital
July 14, 2020

Sewerby Hall and Gardens – where both the house and gardens have now reopened – have gone digital to add to the visitor experience.

Visitors to the house can scan QR codes to enjoy a range of short talks by education officer Robert Chester and curator Janice Smith.

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6 Reasons You Should Consider Postgraduate Study

6 Reasons You Should Consider Postgraduate Study
May 13, 2020

Whether you are in your final year at university or you have thought about returning to education, studying a postgraduate degree may have crossed your mind.

Just like any life-altering decision, there are a number of pros and cons that surround furthering your education. These should be researched thoroughly and compared to your lifestyle and current situation before a decision is made.

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Double Baby Camel Arrival At Yorkshire Wildlife Park

Double Baby Camel Arrival At Yorkshire Wildlife Park
May 13, 2020

Life continues behind closed doors at Yorkshire Wildlife Park where staff in lockdown are celebrating a double arrival –  the birth of two Bactrian camel calves. 

The calves were born only days apart in April and are sure to be favourites with visitors when the park reopens. 

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The Deep Fights For Survival In UK Lockdown

The Deep Fights For Survival In UK Lockdown
April 7, 2020

The Deep is one of many zoos and aquariums fighting for survival as the UK-wide lockdown due to coronavirus continues.

The closure during our busiest months of the year, Easter, in particular, is already having a major impact on finances, and despite the doors being closed to the public, essential work caring for the 3,000 animals that reside with us must continue.

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What Is a Good Essay Writing Service?

What Is a Good Essay Writing Service?
March 3, 2020

The deadline for an American college student essays is a hot time when, usually, there is not enough time for an important essay.

To complete this task, you need a writer from TimetoEssay.com or Rushessay who is professional, quick, and recommended in the intricacies of the discipline. To buy an affordable professional essay writing service, type ‘trustworthy writers to do me my assignment cheap USA’.

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Most East Yorkshire Children Award First Choice Secondary School Place

Most East Yorkshire Children Award First Choice Secondary School Place
March 2, 2020

More than 95% of Year 6 children resident in the East Riding have been awarded places for the school named by their parents/carers as their first preference in the 2020/21 secondary school admissions round.  

Letters to parents/carers informing them of the outcome of their applications for secondary school places in September 2020, are being sent out today, Monday 2nd March.  This is known as ‘National Offer Day’ and is the date that all local authorities in England send the results of applications to parents/carers.

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