To accompany the hugely popular ‘Wildlife Photographer of the Year’ exhibition at Sewerby Hall and Gardens, which is on loan from the Natural History Museum in London, there will be events in July in association with The Deep, one of the exhibition’s partners.
Schools and parents are coming together with leaders in the field of research into relationships that make a difference to the life chances of children and young people.
Developments in the field of brain science have shown that quality, unconditional relationships reduce stress, build resilience and allow pupils to learn, even when they have been impacted by adversity and trauma.
The team at a Market Weighton grief charity are celebrating after reaching the regional finals of a national BBC Radio competition.
Talking about Loss has been shortlisted in the ‘Together’ category of the BBC’s ‘Make a Difference’ awards that recognise remarkable people and celebrate their achievements and contributions to lives in their communities.
Two of the city’s cherished ships have reached the next phase of their restoration.
The ships are undergoing a shot blasting process to remove the old paint back to the original steel, removing any corrosion before primer and new paint layers are applied.
A manufacturing business with a workforce of nearly 1,200 people and a charity which supports more than 9,000 children gained new impetus for their wellbeing programmes after a leading law firm presented first-hand experiences of personal struggles with mental health.
Rollits LLP also welcomed organisations from a wide range of other sectors including tourism, food production, technology and professional services to their Employment Workshop – Boosting Resilience in your Teams event which was one of the highlights of Humber Business Week.
GRAB your family, friends and imagination, and get ready to gather once again in Malarkey Park to enter a world beyond the stories.
Hull’s much-loved family festival The Big Malarkey returns to East Park later this month, with everything from literary legends to whizz-bang science demos.
Hull will commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Falklands conflict this weekend.
On Saturday 18 June, residents and visitors will be invited into the city centre with a chance to watch and interact with attractions in Queens Gardens and around the rose bowl area.
Hull broadband provider Pure Broadband has scooped a national award as customers continue to turn to it to supply its ultrafast connection.
The Hessle-based company beat competition from across the UK to win the Best Fibre Marketing Campaign at the 2022 UK Fibre Awards thanks to its fresh, new brand identity and proposition: ‘No ifs, no buts, no buffering. Just really good broadband.’
A new vision for the Humber region has been revealed to give the public a glimpse into how Hull’s biggest regeneration proposal in a generation will turn the area into a must-visit destination and one where people love to live.
A new health centre in East Yorkshire has opened its doors to a warm welcome by clinicians and patients of the surgeries it has replaced.
The Willand Primary Care Centre at Anlaby is seen as a model of best practice by health professionals, with the old surgeries in Willerby and Swanland having made way for a bright, modern building with planned services and facilities catering for more clinical and administrative staff to support patient healthcare for years to come.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at Sewerby Hall and Gardens is proving hugely popular.
On loan from the Natural History Museum in London, the exhibition is on display until Sunday, 17 July, and, during its first four weeks, has seen an increase of 46 per cent in visitor numbers at the attraction, compared to the equivalent period in 2019.
Bus company, East Yorkshire, is bringing back its “Chatty Bus”, a project that aims to raise awareness of loneliness and social isolation in society during Loneliness Awareness Week next week.
This month, East Yorkshire will be partnering with Age UK Hull and KCOM, bringing a team of chatty ambassadors who are keen to talk to anyone and everyone.
The team at the University of Hull’s Aura Innovation Centre are calling for people to use this year’s Humber Business Week to take action to make their organisations greener.
The Humber’s net-zero centre, Aura Innovation Centre, which supports small businesses to bring their low carbon ideas to life, will be running several events over the week which will help organisations begin their journey to sustainability.
Hull-based creative communications agency, Pace Communications, has won a top industry award.
Pace’s client services team were named Best Client Services Team at the Prolific North Champions Awards 2022.
Businesses from the Humber Bridge to Hull marina have outlined their plans to celebrate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in style against a spectacular backdrop of a flotilla and flypast.
Hessle Town Council, which is organising the Humber Platinum Jubilee Flotilla of 70 ships and boats on Thursday 2 June, has now confirmed details of a programme of family fun.
Organisers of a spectacular Platinum Jubilee flotilla and flypast have revealed plans to apply the finishing touch to the celebrations by flying the Union Flag from two of the highest points in the region.
Hessle Town Council has secured an agreement with the Humber Bridge Board to raise the flags on each of the two towers of the Bridge on the evening of Wednesday 1 June, the eve of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Hull City Council has announced that it will be backing a national project to support Ukrainian women entrepreneurs as part of a programme that will see women entrepreneurs from war-torn Ukraine relocate to the UK.
During the first Global Entrepreneurship Congress [GEN] since before the pandemic, 6,000 ecosystem builders, ministers, researchers, entrepreneurs, and investors exchanged ideas to improve and develop new entrepreneurial ecosystems.
Candlelighters, a charity supporting children with cancer across the Yorkshire region, is urging people to get involved with its fundraising and awareness campaign, Pink It Up, from the 6 – 12 June.
The charity offers a variety of support for the families of children with cancer and serious haematological disorders including emotional, practical, and financial support, as well as investing in vital childhood cancer research, and relies entirely on funding from the community in order to provide its services.