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.
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Hull College is to reinforce its vision for the development of young people and adults from across the region by taking a lead role in a festival of technology that brings together education and business from around the world.
The College has signed up as the first headline partner for Tech Week Humber incorporating Tech Expo, which will take place in various locations across Hull in November 2022.
Combating chaos will be the theme when three seasoned entrepreneurs set out to put the buzz in Humber Business Week from the outset.
Professor David Hall, who is leading the free event entitled “Succeeding in Chaos – How Entrepreneurs do it”, will be joined by Dr Paul Sewell, Chair of Sewell Group and a co-founder of Biz Week, and by Rob Daysley, MD of Designs Signage Solutions who admits he gets bored when things are going too smoothly.
Ultrafast broadband has arrived in a Lincolnshire village, thanks to a full-fibre rollout by specialist rural internet provider Quickline Communications.
It’s all part of the Lincolnshire superfast programme to bring significantly faster broadband speeds to isolated areas of the county. Quickline was awarded the £6.1 million BDUK Broadband grant by Lincolnshire County Council 16 months ago.
The culture crew which was behind the release of dozens of decorative toads and moths onto the streets of Hull and East Yorkshire is appealing for help from commercial property owners and agents as it prepares to unleash a parade of puffins.
Organisers of Puffins Galore! are ready to take delivery of 40 giant models of the much-loved seabirds which will be painted up and then placed at towns and landmarks to create a new sculpture trail across the region.
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Two developers with specialist experience in the health and social care sector have revealed multimillion-pound plans for a new residential home and 14 houses in an expanding East Yorkshire market town.
LNT Care Developments of Leeds and Beverley-based Lovel Developments have submitted two applications covering the project on a 1.37-acre site in Market Weighton which is earmarked for development.
Hull-based green cleaning company Bio-D has announced its relocation to a new 32,000sqft site after seeing a significant rise in demand for its range of eco-friendly cleaning products.
Located at the Marfleet Environmental Technology Park on Hedon Road, Bio-D has invested over £600,000 on the new site, which has double the amount of factory space compared to its previous premises, giving the company more room to manufacture its products as it continues to grow.
Businesses across Yorkshire and Humber are set to benefit from £1.5m funding towards industrial digitalisation, for the Made Smarter programme.
The programme is designed to improve digital adoption amongst SMEs in Yorkshire and Humber and includes intensive one-to-one advice and support delivered through Growth Hubs in South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, Hull and East Yorkshire, North East Lincolnshire, York and North Yorkshire.