One of the best things about online casinos is that you can often practice playing more than half of their games in the useful risk-free mode, which is otherwise known as the free play mode, the demo mode, the fun mode, or the practice mode.
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The Yorkshire Wolds are one of Yorkshire and England’s most magical but least known landscapes – dry grassy valleys through undulating chalk hills, unspoiled villages, a dramatic coastline, and delightful market towns such as Beverley and Pocklington.
An exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery sheds light on the fact that Beverley was at the centre of the European art world in the 1960s and early ‘70s….
In 1962, the Beverley-based sculptor, Jacqueline Stieger, met the Austrian sculptor, Alfred Gruber. A personal and creative relationship followed that not only brought Gruber to Beverley but also introduced his European artistic friends to the region.
As GP Practices tackle the busiest winter on record, they are calling on patients to work with them.
Prof Mike Holmes, GP partner at Haxby Group, Chair of Nimbuscare and Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) council member, is asking patients to be understanding, considerate and kind to their GP Practice team, as well as look after their health.
Visitors to Beverley Art Gallery since the summer have been able to see a stunning sculpture by award-winning artist Hannah Honeywill – ‘Vera’, part of the gallery’s Contemporary Arts Uplift funding from Arts Council England.
Now there is a chance to see a talk by Hannah, on Saturday 27 November at 1.30-2.30pm, in the Education Room at the Treasure House in Beverley.
Brain injuries are a major cause of disability, dependency, and death throughout the world. They can affect people of any age, but they are more common in men than women.
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Hull’s Whitefriargate is the inspiration for a new poem that will be unveiled on the historic street on National Poetry Day on Thursday (7 October).
Vicky Foster, Whitefriargate’s poet-in-residence for 2021, has written a new poem, drawing on the street’s rich history and its long-standing role in the story of the city and the people who live and work there.
Last year, Beverley Art Gallery joined forces with The University of Hull’s Japanese exchange students, who were invited to visit the gallery and research some of its collections, in preparation for a Japan-themed exhibition.