A local housebuilder has donated £1,000 as part of its Community Fund initiative to the Teenage and Young Adult Cancer Unit, a dedicated care facility at Castle Hill Hospital in Cottingham.
The chosen cause, Teenage Cancer Trust, is a world-class cancer service for young people in the UK, providing life-changing care and support so young people don’t have to face cancer alone, and has developed a specialist Teenage and Young Adult Cancer Unit based within the Queen’s Centre at Castle Hill Hospital, close to the housebuilder’s Poppy Fields development.
Local Transport Projects (LTP) has celebrated 15 years in business during which time it has grown from small start-up offices in Beverley into one of the country’s leading independent transport planning and traffic engineering practices.
Founded in 2004 by co-directors, Tony Kirby and Andy Mayo, LTP has since worked with over 770 different clients completing nearly 3,000 jobs, including 565 transport assessments and 545 road safety audits, while expanding from a team of two to more than 20 employees today.
Tesco’s Beverley store was pleased to welcome Councillor Chad Chadwick (Chairman of East Riding of Yorkshire Council), his wife, Councillor Margaret Chadwick and volunteers from ERYC Youth Support Service to bag pack in our store on Saturday 30th March.
On Friday 31st September six friends from Beverley set off from Morcambe on a 170 mile Coast to Coast challenge in order to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust (TCT). The idea for the challenge arose from a conversation between Chris Branfield (42) and David Calvert (46) last year.