Following on from the successful launch of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF), a webinar will take place to provide details for the recently announced Rural England Prosperity Fund (REPF), which aims to improve productivity and strengthen the rural economy and rural communities across the country.
John Duggleby has been chosen as the Constituency Winner from Beverley and Holderness in the National Farmers’ Union’s Community Champion Awards.
Mr Duggleby, who is 77 has been farming for over 60 years. He and his family run Beswick Hall Farm in Beswick, a village on the outskirts of Beverley. His family farm produces a mix of both livestock and cereals.
With Furlough coming to an end it brings an uncertain future for many businesses. But, as 360 Director Andy Steele discusses, this will be the first time we’ll have a clear picture of how Covid has affected the job market.
It’s been a year no one could ever have imagined and it’s certainly been challenging for businesses trying to stay afloat, many relying on furlough to help keep their employees in a job. But as furlough ends, what now?
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, virtually met Bishop Burton College’s Chief Executive and Principal of the College, Bill Meredith, and Chair of Governors, Alan Menzies, to hear how they have coped with online learning during the pandemic.
A teenager who traded a career in fixing cars for a brighter future making and mending gleaming jewellery has charmed her employer and a leading charity with a special Christmas creation.
Savannah Beal has hand-crafted a silver daisy as a gift for Karen Guest, who hired her as an apprentice in the family firm of Guest & Philips. Karen has donated the piece to the Daisy Appeal, which is now giving it away free of charge on Facebook to the most deserving recipient.
When Beverley Town Council organised the first Food Festival in 2006, little did they know it would go on to be an annual success enjoyed by thousands of residents and visitors alike.
The original idea was to bring a few producers from Beverley’s rural hinterland into the town centre to help celebrate local food, so on a crisp Sunday morning in 2006, thirty-five producers set up their stalls along with a small Food Theatre, in what proved to be a big success for the Town Council – one that has grown stronger year on year.