Love Staying Safe Campaign Launches

Love Staying Safe Campaign Launches
November 22, 2020

Hull’s Young Mayor, Gabriela Surdyk, has launched Love Staying Safe, a campaign aimed at providing young people with practical tips and advice to stay safe on the streets.

The campaign follows on from Staying Safe Online earlier this year, helping young people to ensure they protect themselves online.

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Lifestylers Making People Smile Even With Cancelled Event

Lifestylers Making People Smile Even With Cancelled Event
April 7, 2020

Over the past 30 years, young people from across our area have been forming teams and spending their summer holidays completing a project to benefit their community as part of Lifestyle.

Sadly, due to the current circumstances and government guidance, we have made the difficult decision to cancel Lifestyle 2020.

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Build Your Library Of The Future Out Of Lego

Build Your Library Of The Future Out Of Lego
September 12, 2019

East Riding Libraries are encouraging local residents to take part in a competition being run right across the UK to invite people to get creative and build their ‘library of the future’ out of Lego.

The competition is run by CILIP, the library and information association, and the most innovative and inspired entry will win tickets to Legoland Windsor and £500 for their local library.

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Beverley Youth Football Teams To Compete For Chance At Training Day With Kevin De Bruyne

Beverley Youth Football Teams To Compete For Chance At Training Day With Kevin De Bruyne
March 16, 2017

Schools and local football teams in the Hull and Beverley area are being urged to Club Together in support of grassroots football teams.

Topps, the UK’s leading collectibles company is offering youngsters in the area the chance to win a training day with Premier League and Manchester City superstar, Kevin De Bruyne, a Premier League Manager (past or present) and a week-long adventure holiday camp as part of its annual Club Together competition.

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Going Out To A New Year’s Eve Party Or Going Away – Remember Home Security

Operation Yuletide Tackling Retail Crime
December 31, 2016

Imagine that you have returned home after a fantastic New Year’s Eve celebration to discover you home has been burgled…it is not something the police want anyone to go through.

Just because you are planning to attend a party or visiting family or friends as part of the festive break does not mean burglars are taking it easy. Sadly if your home looks unoccupied then it could become a target for thieves.

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