Lib Dems in the East Riding have been battling in support of the community to save Track Fitness & Beverley Boxing Club from the threat of eviction hanging over it caused by the Conservative-run Council.
Local charities helping the most vulnerable in North and East Yorkshire during this global crisis are being supported through grant-giving by Two Ridings Community Foundation.
While the Foundation’s Coronavirus Community Fund total is approaching £1million, £500,000 of which is new donations raised over the past month, more is needed and the Foundation is making a plea to anyone who can to help by donating to the appeal.
World champion boxer Frank Bruno is gearing up for his next big fight – taking on the government in his campaign to get a better deal for people battling mental illness.
Bruno, who was speaking at a dinner organised to raise funds for a mental health charity in Hull and East Yorkshire said he wants to meet Prime Minister Boris Johnson to call for action to stop the suffering being inflicted on mental health patients.
The Tommy Coyle Academy West Hull which specialises in boxing fitness, health and education has been given a free superfast broadband connection from local wireless internet service provider, Quickline Communications.
Quickline Communications who offer super fast broadbrand in Beverley and the surrounding areas contribution now means young people can get online for help with school work, jobs and social interaction while at the gym.
Rey Vargas has sent a strong message to Gavin McDonnell – I’ll KO you to win the WBC World Super-Bantamweight title at the Hull Ice Arena on Saturday February 25, live on Sky Sports on a night that will see Luke Campbell and Tommy Coyle return to the ring.
Vargas and McDonnell clash for the vacant strap in Yorkshire with McDonnell looking to create a unique piece of history by joining twin brother Jamie as a World ruler.
Gavin McDonnell can create British boxing history when he takes on Rey Vargas for the vacant WBC World Super-Bantamweight title at the Hull Ice Arena on February 25, live on Sky Sports.
Victory for McDonnell in his first World title fight would see him join twin brother and WBA Bantamweight champion Jamie as World champions – making them the first British twins to achieve such a remarkable feat.