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Beverley Racecourse & Porsche Centre Hull Announce Ladies Day Title Partnership

Beverley Racecourse & Porsche Centre Hull Announce Ladies Day Title Partnership

The hugely popular Ladies Day, hosted by Beverley Racecourse, will have an exciting new title partner in 2022 with the announcement of a new three-year Ladies Day partnership with prestigious local car dealership Porsche Centre Hull.

Due to take place on Wednesday 10 August 2022, the Racecourse confirmed the addition of the aspirational, luxury brand, which will help drive forward one of Yorkshire’s best days at the races. Working alongside each other, Beverley Racecourse and Porsche Centre Hull will help increase reach and awareness of the day as well as collaborate to showcase the latest Porsche car models.

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Free Travel To COVID Vaccine Appointments

Free Travel To COVID Vaccine Appointments

Bus company East Yorkshire is working with East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group and East Riding of Yorkshire Council to allow people free bus travel to and from their COVID-19 vaccine appointments in the East Riding.

Around 9 out of 10 people in the East Riding of Yorkshire region have had at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, but there are over 28k people in the East Riding of Yorkshire who are still eligible to come forward for their booster vaccination.

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Reflections Of Japan In East Yorkshire Exhibition Gets Official Recognition

Reflections Of Japan In East Yorkshire Exhibition Gets Official Recognition

The popular exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery, ‘Reflections of Japan in East Yorkshire’, has received further official recognition from the Japanese Embassy.

The exhibition is an official event in the Japan /UK Season of Culture and has been featured in a new video of highlights from the Season of Culture, alongside events at the Ashmolean in Oxford and at Japan House in London.

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Hullensians Hit Back In Final Minutes To Beat Beverley Seconds

Beavers Can Take Some Confidence From West Leeds Defeat

A highly entertaining afternoon at Beaver park with ten tries, 5 yellow cards plenty of flowing rugby but Beverley ended up on the wrong end of a 24 -34 scoreline.

It was clear from the off that both teams’ intent and ability to attack was greater than the organisation of their defences. Within two minutes a sweeping move to the left with slick handling by Rob Smith and Dan Lee allowed Luke Hazell the luxury of time to slip recover and run over from 30 metres out. 5-0 Beverley.

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Health And Care Staff Thanked For Efforts During Latest Pandemic Surge

Health And Care Staff Thanked For Efforts During Latest Pandemic Surge

Local leaders would like to thank health and care staff for their hard work and the public for their support during the latest pandemic surge.

The Humber Local Resilience Forum (LRF) has declared a major incident due to the ongoing high levels of COVID-19 infection and the extra demand and pressures this is putting on local health and care services across Hull and the East Riding. 

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Yorkshire’s Reserves Hold The Fort in Kenya

Yorkshire’s Reserves Hold The Fort in Kenya

For the last three months, thirty-three men and women from the 4th Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, British Army Reserve have been responsible for force protection duties at the British Army Training Unit in Kenya (BATUK).

In the weeks before Christmas, the Yorkshire & Teesside based reserves from 4 YORKS took over the role at the East African training facility from 1st Bn The Royal Gurkha Rifles (1 RGR).

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Filling Station Developer Submits Plans For Phase Two Jobs Boost

Filling Station Developer Submits Plans For Phase Two Jobs Boost

Plans for business units and a drive-through coffee shop that could create more than 30 jobs have been submitted by developers working on the second phase of a project to regenerate a derelict site in East Yorkshire.

Lovel Capital Projects is aiming to add the facilities to its proposed development of a filling station and convenience store, plans for which were cleared last month after a planning inspector overturned the refusal by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

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