Hull Trains has revealed its new trains are on schedule to arrive in the UK later this year – which will see them become one of the “best rail operating companies in the UK.”
It comes as the firm revealed the fifth and final train in the new £60m fleet arrived in Europe for internal fitting ahead of schedule this week – having been built at Hitachi Rail’s manufacturing plant in Kasado, Japan. When they are launched, Hull Trains will have the youngest entire fleet in the country.
Four Beverley High School students have reached the national final of the GCHQ’s CyberFirst Girls to be held in Edinburgh.
CyberFirst is a programme of opportunities and supports helping young people explore their passion for computers and technology. Also, it helps young women to the fascinating and critical world of cyber security.
Hull Trains have taken delivery of 38-year-old HST Inter City 125 saying they hope it shows their commitment to delivering great customer service.
Bosses say that the train which was manufactured at the Crewe Works back in 1981 is a real boost for the company. They also add its arrival was hard to secure given the lack of rolling stock in the UK.
Wireless internet provider Quickline is delighted to announce its acquisition of network provider JHCS, which trades as Newark Wireless.
Quickline, which specializes in bringing superfast broadband to hard-to-reach locations, will now take over internet delivery to homes and businesses across rural Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire, without any disruption to service.
For those who received a new gadget at Christmas and need some help using it, whether a new laptop, tablet or mobile phone, East Riding Libraries and Adult Learning Centres are offering free gadget help sessions.
Their friendly, knowledgeable staff will help customers get the best out of their new technology in Beverley.