Following on from their successful runway show at York Fashion Week, East Riding College’s fashion students’ creations took to the catwalk again in a triumphant end-of-year show at the College’s Beverley campus.
The Fashion & Design end-of-year show showcased the work of students who study at the newly refurbished fashion studio.
A public art event which makes puffins the stars of stories of conservation, global warming and green energy has taken off with the installation of the first sculptures in a trail stretching along the coast of East Yorkshire.
Organisers of Puffins Galore! placed the first sculpture at the RSPB Centre at Bempton, home to almost half a million seabirds which cram onto the cliffs every year. The second puffin was installed at North Landing, Flamborough, with another in the centre of the village and a fourth at Sewerby Hall.
Bishop Burton College is pleased to announce they have been awarded the national Quality in Careers Standard for its careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) provision.
The Quality in Careers Standard is a dedicated national quality award and is strongly recommended by the Department of Education to form part of all state-funded further education colleges’ careers strategies.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has written to the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Jonathan Evison, in response to a government consultation that has been created to consider how Fire and Rescue Services across the country is governed and by whom.
The new Principal of East Riding College has spoken of his pride at taking on the position, and said he’ll be fully focused on ensuring students develop the skills and knowledge required to meet local industry needs.
Danny Metters officially joined the college in June after nine years in various roles at Bishop Burton College.
NHS Blood and Transplant are urging people in the region to give blood as new targets reveal 2,356 new donors are needed in the city to save lives over the next year.
Nationally one million more blood donors are needed over the next five years to ensure patients receive the right type of blood to save and improve their lives, with a particular need for Black African, Black Caribbean and younger donors.
Anybody who recently enjoyed Gordon Meredith’s new play at East Riding Theatre, ‘Paint the Town Fred’, all about Beverley’s most famous artists, Fred and Mary Elwell, can go and see the unrivalled collection of paintings by both artists on display at Beverley Art Gallery, located in the Treasure House in Champney Road.
Residents, businesses and community groups are being invited to give their views on proposed changes to some public space protection orders (PSPO) in a number of areas across the East Riding.
In 2016, East Riding of Yorkshire Council introduced 168 public space protection orders, one to cover every parish in the East Riding, to replace dog control orders, no drinking zones and gating orders.
The Blue and Golds will see this as another missed opportunity to pull away from the relegation zone. Having fallen 12-0 behind after only
10 minutes, they responded fantastically with 4 well-worked tries to lead 18-12 at the break. The second half proved to be a disappointment as they had to do far too much defending and struggled to create chances in attack.