The local derby trip to Bridlington for the Beavers was always going to be a tough challenge. The previous week Brid came away with an away win at top of the table Old Crossleyans and look to have secured the fourth spot in the league, which is the last promotion spot.
The weather was good for an open game of rugby, and in patches, Beverley’s backs looked impressive, unfortunately, the power of the imported front row and backline of the forward pack was too much, and Bridlington was deserved winners by the end of the afternoon scoring 46 points to Beverley’s 15.
A lockdown music collaboration made in Yorkshire is catching the ears of aficionados from international specialist magazines and bloggers to pop superstar and BBC Radio 6 presenter Tom Robinson with audiences doubly impressed by the fact that the pair behind the project didn’t meet at all during the recording process.
Agent Starling – which comprises bass player and singer Lou Duffy-Howard and hurdy-gurdy player Quentin Budworth – have just released their second album in a year with all the tracks recorded remotely.
Sewerby Hall and Gardens will be continuing to welcome the public with standard admission available to the house and zoo, with the gardens accessible free of charge until Saturday, 26 March. In addition to this, the hall will also be hosting several afternoons of music in the Orangery this month.
Sunday, 13 March at 1:30pm, will see Sax Forte appearing in the Orangery. The York-based quartet demonstrates the versatility of the saxophone, particularly of the classical repertoire.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s public health team first launched the Inclusion Health vehicle back in November 2021, as part of the wider East Riding Inclusion Health service.
This project brings together council services including public health, leisure and libraries, as well as external partners such as the Humber NHS Foundation Trust, the Food Poverty Alliance and the foodbank network, working with community groups and organisations, all with the aim to become a trusted and supportive presence within the local authority.
Businesses across the Humber region have stepped up to give their backing to an awards scheme that focuses on recognising the efforts of employees and which this year will expand to present three events.
The People in Business Awards (PIBA) are accepting nominations now for their trio of celebrations with the Hull & East Yorkshire People in Business Awards back for the third year and now joined by the Northern Lincolnshire People in Business Awards and the Yorkshire Coast People in Business Awards.
The popular young people’s music event, ‘Let’s Rock’, returns on Saturday, 22 January at the Royal Hall, Bridlington Spa, at 6pm. The event showcases the work of young bands, groups and solo performers from across the East Riding and Hull. Over 100 young people of all ages and abilities will be sharing their music.
Local clinical leaders are praising the phenomenal local vaccine effort with 40,000 people in Hull and East Riding receiving their booster vaccination in the last 10 days.
The NHS is prioritising bookings for boosters and is urging people to book an appointment to guarantee their jab – as it aims to offer every eligible adult their booster dose by the end of December 2021.
Two Ridings Community Foundation are calling on local people and businesses to donate to their Surviving Winter appeal as requests for support from people all over the region are coming in.
The Surviving Winter appeal, launched last month, has already raised £5,000 to support vulnerable people through the harsh winter period, but from the requests for support coming in, much more is needed
A free park and ride service from Beverley Racecourse will be in operation for both the Festival of Christmas and the Made in East Yorkshire Christmas markets from Sunday, 12 December until Friday, 17 December 2021 so visitors won’t have to worry about finding parking in the town or how long they spend browsing the centre of Beverley.