There are many different paths that you can take in your professional life. One of the most important decisions that you will make is whether to pursue a career in the public or private sector.
Both sectors have their pros and cons, and it can be difficult to decide which one is right for you. In this blog post, we will discuss the differences between these two sectors and help you decide which one is right for you!
If you know anyone that still needs to get their COVID-19 vaccines or boosters, the Health and Wellbeing Bus COVID-19 Vaccination Service is out on the road across the East Riding and Hull throughout the summer.
If you pop along to the vaccination bus this August, the local NHS team are running some special sessions for anyone aged 12+ for first, second or booster jabs, including the Spring Booster (if eligible).
Officers investigating reports of sexual assault near the junction of Grovehill Road and Cherry Tree Lane, Beverley, are releasing this e-fit image of a man that they would like to speak to in connection with the investigation.
An art exhibition featuring the ships from Hull which sailed in the Falklands War Task Force is raising awareness and funds to help bring home the world’s oldest remaining steam trawler from its current resting place in the South Atlantic.
Larry Malkin, an artist based at Welwick in East Yorkshire, is displaying the paintings in the Stables Gallery at Burton Constable Hall. He will also donate 50 per cent of the proceeds from the sale of the works to the Viola Trust.
Bishop Burton College has played host to hundreds of young riders and their families for a show-stopping Opening Ceremony, to mark the start of the 2022 British Eventing International Youth Championships.
The Youth Championships, which is being held at the college for the second year in a row, sees riders aged under 18 compete in a range of dressage, showjumping and cross country classes from Thursday 4th August to Sunday 7th August. The exclusive Opening Ceremony is a long-standing tradition and highlight of the event.
Anyone who has ever spent any time hunting for a job knows how competitive and tough it can be. The UK job market may be more welcoming now than it was a couple of years ago, but there are still plenty of reasons to be cautious.
What’s more, you are still going to be going up against some fierce competition.
The Blue and Golds came up short in this tense struggle in Bradford on Saturday. Traffic congestion on the final few junctions of the M62 before the Bradford turn-off caused them to arrive with a very limited preparation time.
The story of the afternoon was the home side holding possession long enough and getting enough repeat sets to deny Beverley any real sustained pressure on their line.
To celebrate World Breastfeeding Week, mums, babies, family and friends are invited to a picnic at various locations across the East Riding.
Several events are being organized by East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s children’s centres, with the support of integrated specialist public health nurses from Humber NHS Teaching Foundation Trust, to help give breastfeeding mothers support and help.
Arco, the UK’s leading safety company, has donated £3,000 to local charity Run With It, an educational support non-profit charity, to help develop literacy and numeracy skills in local young people.
Arco is also encouraging colleagues to involve themselves with volunteering opportunities across all Run With It programmes, including aiding in the delivery of two new ten-week education programmes in Beverley during September, benefitting up to 60 students.
A team of intrepid staff from rural broadband specialists Quickline Communications has raised over £2,000 for the company’s chosen charity Hull4Heroes after tackling the infamous Tough Mudder challenge at the weekend.
The charity, which will be supported by the firm for the next 12 months, was chosen because many members of staff are either ex-forces themselves or have family and friends in the forces.
Local housebuilder, Barratt Developments Yorkshire East, has donated £1,000 as part of its Community Fund initiative to Dove House Hospice, a charity that cares for people at the end of their lives, with life-limiting illnesses and local families who need bereavement support.
The chosen charity has been caring for patients for almost 40 years, offering support in a number of ways.
The Yorkshire Wolds are one of Yorkshire and England’s most magical but least known landscapes – dry grassy valleys through undulating chalk hills, unspoiled villages, a dramatic coastline, and delightful market towns such as Beverley and Pocklington.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Nuffield Health, the UK’s largest healthcare charity, has announced the first local authority partnership to run the Charity’s COVID-19 Rehabilitation Programme, in order to help support local residents with long-lasting or returning symptoms after COVID-19.
This is the first time the COVID-19 programme has been made available to an area not already served by one of the Charity’s facilities, expanding the programme’s reach into new areas to support health and wellbeing ambitions on a local level.