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Taking over the reins from Eddie Jones back in December, it won’t have taken new England head coach Steve Borthwick to realise the work needed to take the national side back to the top of the international game.
With the 2023 World Cup in France getting underway in September, Borthwick and his team are looking to emulate the nation’s world champions of 2003 but there appears to be a gulf between England’s stars then and the current crop.
Beverley’s own Sam Cosgrove has put his disastrous 18 months with Birmingham City well and truly behind him in recent weeks.
He secured a season-long loan move to Plymouth Argyle on transfer deadline day and ever since, he has gone from strength to strength on the south coast.
With continued growth in mind, Hull-based Pure Block Management has expanded its team.
Lizzie Gibson has been appointed to the firm’s team of block managers following recent wins with new clients. The firm manages over 100 apartment blocks and residential complexes throughout the region.
A film exploring the characteristic of Yorkshire folk has won a series of International Film awards ahead of its regional launch in July.
“Who is Yorkshire?” features stories by some of “God’s Own County’s” accomplished people, including Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, journalist Christa Ackroyd, rugby league star Jamie Peacock, playwright John Godber, presenter Stephanie Hirst, Lord David Blunkett and honorary Yorkshireman author and politician Alan Johnson.
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.
Humber Business Week event seeks to redefine resilience whilst also considering the obligations employers have in respect of hidden disabilities and neurodiversity in the workplace
Employers from across the region are signing up for a Humber Business Week event which will look at redefining resilience both personally and within the workplace plus protecting people and organisations from the legal pitfalls arising from the Equality Act, with a special focus on the impact of neurodiversity in the workplace.
Beverley & East Riding Early Music Festival returns with an action-packed weekend of music later this month.
Taking place from Friday 22 May to Sunday 29 May those behind the event are confident music lovers are in for a real treat.
Dervish, one of the world’s most imaginative interpreters of Irish folk music, will take to the stage at East Riding Theatre, Beverley on Monday 23 May as part of a run of live dates across the UK.
Recently recognised with a BBC Lifetime Achievement Award, the Irish folk icons will be returning to stages across England and Wales this May, with dates in Beverley, Kendal, Bury, Cambridge, Grantham, London and Cardiff.
Ruby and the Vinyl a brand new musical comedy, written by internationally renowned playwright John Godber in partnership with his daughter Elizabeth, and featuring songs written by BBC supporting artist Ruby Macintosh, is coming to the East Riding Theatre this March!
Athletics club and charity, Fitmums & Friends is proud to announce that its founder and chief officer, Sam Barlow BEM, is a regional winner of the BBC Sports Personality of the Year’s Unsung Hero 2021 Award.
The BBC Sports Personality of the Year’s Unsung Hero Award recognises the volunteers in sport whose efforts are making a difference to our communities. This year’s winner for BBC East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire is Sam Barlow, founder and chief officer of local charity, Fitmums & Friends.
Beverley Chamber Choir, conducted by Mark Pybus, will perform a Christmas Carol Concert on Saturday 11 December in St Mary’s Church Beverley.
Hull City Council, in partnership with Keep Britain Tidy, has launched a campaign to encourage dog owners to be responsible and reduce instances of dog fouling.
Dog fouling is the offence of being in charge of a dog and failing to remove the faeces after it defecates in a public place, which includes leaving it in a tree or bush.
The guitarist and composer Richard Durrant heralds the start of another Christmas season with his family-friendly Candlelit Christmas Concerts.
With Christmas songs and wintry folk music, traditional carols and solo guitar music this will be a seasonal, musical feast and Richard’s first live tour for nearly two years.
The cobbled streets and historic buildings of Hull’s Old Town were recently the backdrops for Enola Holmes 2 – the next instalment of the hit Netflix franchise.
Enola Holmes 2 was the latest in a string of productions to have been shot in Hull following the likes of The Personal History of David Copperfield and ITV’s Victoria.
The East Riding Festival of Words presents a hilarious evening of words, music and comedy with Ian McMillan and Luke Carver Goss at Beverley Memorial Hall on Friday, 15 October at 7pm.
Jane Bowen from Beverley has achieved what so many people aspire to in getting her latest book on the history of the Pegasus Steamer published.
At the age of 74 she is proving that you are never too old to live out your dreams and that some stories are best not confined to the archives, but deserving of a history book all of their own.