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.
Set at the CASE Centre of Excellence, Charles Street Hull. The pop up restaurant will open exclusively for 2 nights only on Wednesday 7 June and Thursday 8 June featuring winner of the BBC’s Great British Menu chef Colin McGurran.
Colin McGurran runs the Michelin recommended Winteringham Fields on the banks of the river Humber and the traditional and unique Hope and Anchor pub in South Ferriby.
A programme of talks and photography workshops has been announced to accompany the hugely popular Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition running at the Treasure House in Beverley until 22 April, one of the key East Riding events in Hull UK City of Culture 2017, in which East Riding of Yorkshire Council is a Principal Partner.
Tuesday 21 March will see a talk by award-winning wildlife photographer George Stoyle (current winner of the British Wildlife Photography Award) at the Treasure House, at 6.30pm : ‘Photography in Conservation and Environmental Research’.
Humber NHS Foundation Trust is pleased to announce a free, two-day perinatal mental health conference as part of an ongoing collaboration between the University of Hull and the Trusts perinatal mental health liaison team.
The conference, which is open to health and social care professionals and those with an interest in women’s mental health, will feature a number of highly respected national and regional speakers in the field of women’s mental health, including Julie Jomeen, Professor of Midwifery and Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Hull.
Taxis in the East Riding will be the first in the Humber region to be branded with distinctive white and green livery to help improve public safety.
The pilot scheme, which will run until May and is being implemented by East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s licensing team, will see white vehicles on taxi ranks across the East Riding sporting green markings and displaying a Yorkshire rose symbol.