A student at Bishop Burton College has been named the best in her subject area in the country.
Animal management student, Chloe Rochester has beaten off tough competition from hundreds of other hopefuls to be named ‘BTEC Land-Based Student of the Year’ at a prestigious awards ceremony held by accrediting body Pearson.
A new exhibition, exploring the history of migration in British 20th Century art, is now open at Ferens Art Gallery.
Crossing Borders invites viewers to consider the politics of citizenship and national identity within the context of British 20th Century art. The exhibition features the work of British migrant artists who, by choice or necessity, crossed borders to live, work and often nationalise in Britain.
Following the announcement that the council has secured £40 million from the Department for Transport towards a major highway improvement scheme on the A164 and at Jock’s Lodge junction, the next stage of the scheme’s development includes investigatory work which will feed into the detailed scheme design.
The next phase of this work is based on assessing the highway drainage. This work will start on the evening of Monday, 23 July at Castle Hill Roundabout, Cottingham, working along the A164 northwards to Lincoln Way Roundabout, Beverley.
Essential maintenance works on Newland Avenue will take place from Monday, September 11 for six weeks.
Newland Avenue will be closed to through traffic to allow these essential carriageway maintenance works to be carried out, and 3,800 letters are to be delivered to residents and businesses in the surrounding area.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has announced that a major highway improvement scheme is planned to start on the A1079 Killingwoldgraves Roundabout on Monday, 11 September, 2017, and is expected to be completed by the end of 2017.
The scheme involves widening the A1079 leg from Hull along with the A1174 and A1035 legs to provide longer two-lane approaches and entries to the junction, and also providing two lanes for circulation on the roundabout itself.
After only two months East Yorkshire Motor Services’ new mobile phone app has achieved the coveted 5 star rating on the App Store (and 4.7 stars on Google Play).
Launched on 3 April, by the end of May there had been 6,230 users with over 78,000 sessions and almost 480,000 screen views by local people using the app, and ticket sales have been increasing each week.