The ‘Big Beverley Pancake Race’ is back again, after its revival last year. Some residents may remember it from several years ago when it was a regular calendar date, organised by the then, Beverley Arms Hotel.
Beverley Town Council in partnership with the Rotary Club of Beverley is running the event. The aim is to raise money for local charities.
Tourism businesses across Hull and East Yorkshire are being urged not to miss out on the chance to grab an industry “Oscar” and put themselves firmly in the spotlight.
The “go for glory” fanfare was sounded by Visit Hull and East Yorkshire tourism manager Andy Gray with the deadline for this year’s Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards – the REYTAs – fast approaching.
Around 100 delegates have attended a major rural tourism event to help make connections, grow their businesses and celebrate some of the region’s finest food and drink producers with the launch of a new guide.
Held at Tickton Grange Country Hotel, near Beverley, the event encouraged those attending to harness the wide range of marketing opportunities available with the aim of increasing the profile of their businesses and grow the number of visitors to the area.
The RICS Hull & East Yorkshire Local Member Group is hosting a CPD breakfast seminar on the subject of Insolvency in the Construction Industry along with Leeds-based law firm, Shulmans at Sewell Studio in Hull on 25 April.
In light of recent news with Carillion entering into liquidation, the seminar will deal with insolvency during a project and the measures contractors can take to mitigate the risks to their business, when negotiating the terms of a building contract and during the construction phase of a development.
International Pianist, Ross Jutsum who’s played in over 500 cities worldwide is coming to the East Riding in this month.
Ross has kindly offered his services to hold two special concerts. The first to be held at Sewerby Methodist Church on Thursday 12 October featuring Bay Primary School Choir, and the second on and 14 October at the Hornsea United Reformed Church.
The region’s tourism partnership Visit Hull & East Yorkshire is preparing to roll out the red carpet to welcome its 1,000th business parter.
The organisation offers support in all sorts of ways, including promotion locally, nationally and internationally through a wide range of campaigns, as well as training opportunities. And best of all, it’s free!
Coach drivers can now enjoy a complementary meal and film by bringing their passengers to Beverley courtesy of Flemingate.
In a new incentive at the out of town retail park sees them offering secure parking seven days a week complete with a meet and great service and welcome pack as they look to help support tourism growth in the town.
A new project is bringing a taste of the Hull music scene to communities in East Yorkshire located alongside the Hull to Bridlington railway line.
The ‘Culture Train’ is to bring musicians from Paragon Station and play free concerts at six venues including Bridlinton station itself from April 1st to June 3rd as part of a project funded by East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s ‘Active Creative’ 2017 funds.
RICS Hull & East Yorkshire Local Association (HEYLA) is running its annual CPD event on Wednesday the 10 May at KCOM Stadium. The event is aimed at professionals in property who would like the opportunity to network with like-minded professionals over breakfast, training and lunch.
RICS aims to make these events inexpensive and informative and consisting of three sessions, such as CDM 2015, Dilapidations and Cost Reinstatement, to help attendees keep their skills and knowledge up to date, relevant, competent and competitive within their field of work.