Undoubtedly, you already know the importance of having a website easily found on search engines such as Google and the connections that can be made between that and any increased traffic that a website gets as a result.
For this reason, website owners strive to get to the first page of search engine results because it is well-known that the majority of people searching online rarely go past that page to find what they are looking for. However, once a website has managed to attain this valuable position, it does not mean to say that they are there to stay.
Beverley Art Gallery hosted celebrated British painter David Remfry MBE, whose work will be featured in a retrospective exhibition in 2025.
As a child, Remfry moved to Hull, where he studied art at Hull College of Art. In addition to college, he was also influenced by a local nightclub, Locarno’s, where he developed an appreciation for music, dance, and dancers.
The RSPCA released heartbreaking statistics regarding cat cruelty complaints in Yorkshire as part of its Cancel Out Cruelty campaign. In all complaints in Yorkshire totalled 2,112 with 259 of those being made in East Yorkshire.
According to the RSPCA, almost 18,000 cat cruelty complaints were reported nationwide last year. There were 1,726 reports of intentional harm, which is roughly five a day. Compared to 2021, when there were 1,387, this is an increase of 25%.
Barratt Developments Yorkshire East site managers who are building homes for David Wilsons Homes and Barratt won a top national award.
A number of Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes developments are located in East Riding of Yorkshire, including Harrier Chase in Brough, Harland Park and Poppy Fields in Cottingham, Minster View and Queens Court in Beverley, and Hesslewood Park and Fleet Green in Hessle.
East Yorkshire Buses has announced that the Moors Explorer ME1 service will return in summer 2023 with a brand-new route.
On Sundays and bank holidays until 28 August, the new route will travel from Hessle, Hull & Beverley to Pickering, Kirkbymoorside and Helmsley, with a stop at Flamingo Land Resort – so everyone can have a good time, whether they prefer a quiet walk in the Moors or a theme park and zoo.
Remote work, also known as telecommuting or teleworking, has become a prevailing trend in the modern workplace.
With advancements in technology and the COVID-19 pandemic pushing businesses to rethink their traditional practices, remote work has emerged as a viable alternative for many industries in the United Kingdom.
A dependable and comfortable shelter is essential for modern nomad tents who venture into the wild. Whether you’re exploring uncharted territory, setting out on a nomadic road trip, or simply looking for solace in a temporary home away from the comfort of home, a high-quality nomad tent becomes your haven.
With so many options available, choosing the ideal tent that meets all of your requirements can be a difficult task.
In celebration of the NHS’ 75th anniversary, parkrun UK is collaborating with the NHS to encourage staff, volunteers, and local communities to participate.
In addition to recognising the NHS’s immense contribution to the health of the nation, the events will also recognise the dedicated individuals who have played a fundamental role in shaping the service.
Following a four-day ‘Enhanced’ inspection in May, Bishop Burton College was able to maintain its Good rating from Ofsted. A Good overall rating was given to the college, along with Outstanding judgements in both the Personal Development and Adult Learning Programmes categories.
Beverley Westwood was filled with excitement and energy as approximately 200 runners of all ages participated in the highly anticipated Beverley Fun Run.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted public gatherings on Westwood, this was the first event on the street since then. A resounding success, the Fun Run was organized by the Beverley Braves and aimed at promoting teamwork, respect, and good physical and mental health.
To complete some internal work, East Riding of Yorkshire Council is moving its Beverley Customer Service Centre to the Treasure House Library in Champney Road beginning Monday, 10 July.
During the temporary relocation, the usual appointment-only service will continue. While there will be no payment facilities available, customers can pay by phone, online, and at All Pay and Paypoint outlets.