Bus company East Yorkshire has updated its Hull Heritage Bus to include another famous face and building.
The bus, which was unveiled in 2016, portrays some of the region’s best-known personalities and landmarks, including pilot Amy Johnson, poet Philip Larkin, and anti-slavery activist William Wilberforce.
The Headteacher and Chair of Governors of Beverley Grammar School are thrilled to announce that the school has been awarded Outstanding in all areas in their recent Ofsted inspection.
The section 5 inspection took place over two days at the end of September and the team of four inspectors looked at all areas of school life, from the quality of education and behaviour and attitudes to leadership and management, which included talking to many students and staff.
MP Graham Stuart, has met with Northern Rail officials to challenge them over reductions to the Hull to Scarborough service via Bridlington.
The meeting was set up following complaints to the MP from local residents unhappy with the changes, which they claim make it harder to commute in and out of Hull, particularly if staying in Hull for the evening.
An inaugural report released, Future: Department Stores¹ analysing the use of department store properties across the UK and Ireland has found over three-quarters are now currently occupied or have planning applications pending – revealing a more positive side to the tide of closures which have dogged the retail industry.
East Riding Museums have updated their webpage which celebrates ways that visiting their venues can support wellbeing, through the ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing’: connect, be active, take notice, learn, and give.
The need for space in business is inevitable, especially if it is growing fast. Whether you are expanding a new branch or increasing production in your current business, you will be faced with the need for more space. So, what sustainable option do you have? Temporary buildings? You got it right.
This match had everything you would expect from a local derby plenty of tries, lots of incidents, red and yellow cards, and most of all lots of talking points.
It was a tale of the rapier versus the bludgeon from the off, with Beverley’s fast and flowing start sparked by Dan Lee’s incisive break leading to a switch of play from left to right resulting in a well-worked try for Jake Boardman.
The Culture Train Tour 2021 is once again bringing a taste of the Hull music scene to communities in East Yorkshire after being derailed by the pandemic in 2020.
The fifth and final date of this years tour brings musicians to play at St Mary’s in Beverley on Saturday 27th November with a lineup of Diddie Hair, The Cox Brothers, Jackson D, The Quicksilver Kings and Ruth Scott and James Wood of the Late Night Marauders.
A £1.2m project to update two pumping stations that reduce flood risk and drain low lying agricultural areas into the River Hull is complete.
Located between Driffield and Beverley, the Hempholme and Wilfholme pumping stations have been refurbished to extend their working life so they can continue to function, draining land and reducing flood risk in the area during periods of heavy rainfall, more efficiently and effectively into the future.
The support this year for Dove House Hospice’s Rudolph Run has been outstanding across nurseries and primary schools across Hull and East Yorkshire.
Thousands of children shall be donning their reindeer antlers and characteristic red noses to help support the hospice this December by taking part in a fun run during the school day and asking relatives, friends and others to sponsor their efforts.