As part of its Community Fund initiative, Barratt Developments Yorkshire East donated £1,000 to Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, a charity in East Yorkshire.
A Nature Reserve near David Wilson Homes’ Edwin Vale development in Doncaster is one of the more than 100 nature reserves supported by the charity. Wildlife and wild places are conserved, protected, and restored by the charity.
A regional sport and hospitality hub which began as a village rugby club has unveiled the latest phase of a major improvement programme worth almost £500,000.
The investment by Hull Ionians RUFC over the last six years has helped to provide floodlights, an all-weather cricket wicket and refurbishments to changing rooms, with the enhanced facilities driving increased activity in rugby, rounders and cricket.
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.
Bishop Burton College is delighted to announce their hugely successful Football Academy has reached the final of the English Colleges Football Association (ECFA) Premier National Cup.
Two years after winning the ECFA Premier League, the college has reached the national cup final for the first time, firmly cementing Bishop Burton Football Academy’s place as one of the strongest college football programmes in the country.
In the 1800s there was an explosion of interest in natural history. Clergymen were particularly enthusiastic in embracing the subject, leading to the name parson-naturalist.
The new exhibition, which is now open at the Treasure House in Beverley, ‘Birds, Books and Belfries,’ explores the remarkable life and work of parson-naturalist Reverend Francis Orpen Morris (1810 – 1893) who studied nature, wrote books and campaigned for wildlife, all combined with his role as vicar of Nafferton and later Nunburnholme.
A bathroom supplier which has built a network of more than 90 branches in less than 10 years has made its first move into East Yorkshire as it pursues plans to become the UK leader in its sector.
Easy Bathrooms, which was launched in Leeds in 2012, has opened a new showroom at The Trade Yard Willerby, part of the series of sites developed by Hull-based Allenby Commercial in recent years to support the construction and DIY sector.
The charity behind a campaign to raise £8.5 million to provide a Molecular Imaging Research (MIR) Centre at Castle Hill Hospital has received a £3,000 boost from the UK’s largest independent car retailer.
Staff at the York branch of Arnold Clark handed over the donation from the company’s community programme to support the Daisy Appeal, which has already raised more than £20m to fund cutting-edge research and state-of-the-art equipment and facilities for patients in the Humber region.
The Cheltenham Festival is normally dominated by the biggest names in the sport, with Willie Mullins, Nicky Henderson and Paul Nicholls having the majority of the runners in the leading races across the week.
An established East Yorkshire memorials business has collaborated with a local grief charity to support its clients.
Anna Buckley, from Melbourne based Mindful Memorials (part of J. Rotherham Ltd), has teamed up with Talking about Loss founder, Jacqui Gunn for a series of events to help people who have experienced loss.
The award-winning Yorkshire Wildlife Park is delighted at the news that the government has reviewed its decision on current restrictions on the reopening of zoos and safari parks.
The park had taken a severe financial hit as even with 70% of staff furloughed there are still high care and feed bills for their animals. The lockdown has cost the park around £5 million in lost revenue and is impacting its ability to carry out award-winning conservation projects.
Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart has held an urgent meeting with the Managing Director of Hull Trains, Louise Cheeseman, to get an update on the train operator’s situation as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
Hull Trains have suspended their operations since 30th March following the Government’s guidance that services should be for essential travel only, leading to an increase in the number of people working from home.