Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart has praised 22 year old Beverley resident Jordan Moor for the hard work he does campaigning and raising money for defibrillators in East Yorkshire.
Jordan Moor, who is a key member of Graham’s Community Access for Defibrillators in East Yorkshire ‘CADEY’ campaign, has raised over £25,000 since June 2017 and helped many local communities install AEDs.
Charity Jerry Green Dog Rescue has hit out at an estate agent’s latest advertising campaign which it feels promotes the impulse purchase of puppies.
Jerry Green Dog Rescue, which has centres in Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire, criticised on-line agency Purplebricks for its ad, which shows a woman returning home to find her partner has cooked a meal and bought her flowers – and a puppy.
Over 200 schoolchildren are getting ready to take to the stage at Hull City Hall on Monday 5 June when they come together for Opera North’s Big Sing.
The younger singers are being supported by 2017 Hull UK City of Culture and come from three primary schools in the city: Gillshill Primary School, Ings Primary School and Thanet Primary School; they are joined by Year 7 and 8 pupils from Baysgarth School in Barton Upon Humber, together with pupils from Opera North’s Singing Schools: Adelaide Primary School, Kingswood Parks Primary School and Bude Park Primary School.