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.
People thinking about buying a dog as a last minute Christmas gift are being urged to buy from a reputable breeder or rescue centre rather than responding to posts on social media or newspaper adverts.
Research from The Kennel Club has revealed a high number of puppies or dogs available on social media have come from puppy farms and/or unlicensed breeders and that almost one in five bought via the internet die before they are six months old.
NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is pleased to announce that following a rigorous procurement process Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust (YAS) has been awarded a new five-year contract to continue running non-emergency medical transport services (previously referred to as patient transport service) across the East Riding of Yorkshire.
The new contract expected to start on 1 July 2017 will see YAS continue to support eligible local residents to access their routine health appointments, including patients requiring renal dialysis, chemotherapy treatments, and those needing transport following discharge from hospital.
Complementary therapists in Hull and East Yorkshire are invited to the launch of a new networking group, East Yorkshire Chamber of Complementary Therapists (EYCCT) on Wednesday 12 April from 6:30pm-8:30pm at the Hallmark Hotel, North Ferriby.
The monthly programme of events aims to provide a supportive environment with learning and networking opportunities. Each event includes two guest speakers, whose experience and suggestions aims to help improve complementary therapy businesses.
Dr. Daniel Diaz-Garcia, who was awarded his doctorate from the University of Nuevo Leon in Mexico, is currently visiting the research laboratory of Beverley cancer scientist Dr. Justin Sturge at The University of Hull.
To celebrate National Apprenticeship Week, from Monday, 6 to Friday, 10 March, East Riding of Yorkshire Council is promoting the important contribution its apprentices are making and is encouraging other organisations to follow suit and create apprenticeship opportunities.
The authority currently employs 37 apprentices across a range of services and in schools. One of those is Josh Stubbs, an apprentice dog warden/pest control officer, currently training with the council, having started a 15-month apprenticeship in October 2016.
This Saturday will see The Sun Inn host an evening of music featuring a number of local acts as they look to raise money for a worthwhile cause.
A Musical Evening which takes place from 7.30PM will feature four local musical acts, Greg Jones, a blue pianist, The Smugglers, a Folk Band, The Assembly Line Ukulele Band and Vocal Group, Answers on a Postcard.
The Green Party in Yorkshire and the Humber have come out against contentious NHS Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) contracts for 2017-19 that will see over £1 billion of Government cuts from Health & Social Care Services by 2020/21.
These contracts will deliver huge cuts and changes to NHS and social care services – but both the public and frontline NHS staff are in the dark about where these cuts and changes will fall, such is the secrecy of the 2017-19 STP operational plans.