After the turgid rugby of the British Lions South African tour watching rugby again as it should be played has been like a breath of fresh air. Sadly today it all came from Crossleyans.
Beverley were given the runaround for the whole of the first half and much of the second by a side which looked twice as determined and twice as quick. After their fine performance the previous week this was a hugely disappointing showing even allowing for the superior quality of this week’s opposition.
The community and economic effects of Covid-19 will come under the spotlight at a top-level online conference to be held by a business which works internationally to drive positive social impact through transformational change.
Travel and tourism and business students at Bishop Burton College will be broadening their horizons on a trip to work in Spain.
Students in the second year of their Level 3 courses in travel and tourism and business will be given the chance to gain crucial experience of working in another country in the two-week trip to Seville at the end of March 2020.
Beverley knew the visit of Dinnington RUFC to Beaver Park was going to be a tough one after last season’s encounter when they stifled the Beverley game plan so effectively it was reminiscent of what South Africa did to England last weekend.
This occasion had a much better outcome for the Beavers, playing at home in the cold sunshine on a squelchy pitch, an entertaining 9 try game saw Beverley finish worthy winners 36-22.
A trip to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition in Beverley in 2018 has inspired one young visitor to complete a fundraising walk from Beverley to York, to raise money to save rhinos.
Acacia Van Dyk, aged 10 and from Cottingham, visited the exhibition at the Treasure House last year, which showed winning photographs from 2017, and was moved by the stunning and shocking picture she saw of a rhino with its horns removed.
As preparations get underway for the Arctic Corsair to be re-berthed in Hull, the story of its builder, Cook, Welton & Gemmell of Beverley, is about to receive a big-screen preview showing at the town’s Parkway Cinema in August.
‘Trawling Through Time: The Story Of Cook, Welton & Gemmell, Shipbuilders’ is the culmination of the East Riding Archives project of the same name, sponsored by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Streetwear is the fashion trend that has taken people’s hearts. We would like to define streetwear as that style that has a laid back feel to it, having a touch of retro and what even what people would consider absurd.
But this is one style that explores all the creativity that people have. Think of anything that inspires you and wear it. You are good to go.
A first aid instructor at East Riding of Yorkshire Council is asking for help to raise money in order to buy medical kits so he can teach the people of Soweto basic first aid skills.
Rocky Clark, who is one of the instructors based at East Riding Leisure Haltemprice, has set up the charity Helping Them to Help Themselves – Friends of Soweto, following a visit to the South African township earlier this year.
PCSOs from Humberside Police will be visiting schools and colleges to promote Lifestyle 2018, an incentive open to people aged 10-18 who want to make a difference in the community.
Lifestyle 2018 is made possible by the kind support of sponsors and gives young people the chance to not only do something positive during the summer break, but also a chance to win some fantastic prizes.