Two television stars will be handing out the awards to students at Bishop Burton College’s traditional end of year celebrations.
Presenters Helen Skelton and Jenni Falconer will be the special guests at the college’s Presentation Day events later this month. The event will see around 1,000 students celebrate the successful completion of their studies.
Beverley based hair and beauty spa, Sessions House, will feature in a new Channel 5 reality series called The House of Extraordinary People. The show will hit appear on our screens on Monday 18 March, 10pm.
This life-affirming series will air for 3 nights and follows 9 extraordinary people from around the world with unusual appearances. They want to show what it’s really like to stand out because they’re different.
Sportsability Fitness Training is running a competition to win a place on their Level 2 Instructing Fitness Gym course, worth £550.
As the gateway qualification to the fitness industry, this Level 2 qualification opens up opportunities to become a Personal Trainer. It also provides a gateway to undertake add-on courses. These include spin sessions, aqua fitness and also to specialise in working with children and the elderly.
A new joint venture for local sports training provider, Sportsability will help the company stake its claim in the burgeoning fitness industry, with use of the gym and facilities for its learners at Cottingham Parks.
The move aims to enhance the courses for fitness instructing and personal training, through the Active IQ qualifications Sportsability provides.
A new swim school in Dunswell is providing lessons for pre-school children and adult learners with exclusive use of a private pool.
The school is run by Suzanne Mathers from Sportsability which is a local community interest company providing inclusive exercise for everyone, as well as training for gym instructors, fitness instructors, personal trainers, swimming and sports within schools.
Customers of East Riding Leisure Haltemprice, in Anlaby, can enjoy a specially commissioned artwork by locally born artist Patrick Coyle, which has taken over the library, the swimming pool, the café and a squash court in the leisure centre until November.
Inspired by the joined-up nature of the building, Coyle interweaves three of its distinct environments through writing, performance and sculptural installation.
The LitUp Festival presents an exciting newly commissioned exhibition and performance by Hull- born artist Patrick Coyle at East Riding Leisure Haltemprice, as part of the ‘Out of this Word’ programme.
‘High Enterprise’will be at one of the UK’s busiest Leisure Centres from Thursday, 28 September to Friday, 3 November.