After two years on hold, the LGBTQ+ community has lots of celebrating to catch up on. Therefore, Pride in Hull has planned something extra special to celebrate 50 years of Pride in the UK and 21 years in Hull.
Initially, planned to take place in West Park, the venue change was announced at the end of June following confirmation of fixtures for Hull City AFC. Pride in Hull will be held in the aptly named, Queen’s Gardens.
As you know, Aston Villa FC is a professional and the top-tier English football club, based in Birmingham.
But do you know who are the club’s highest-paid players? In case you don’t know but wish to know, we’ve created a list of Aston Villa’s top-paid players who’re having an annual income that is equivalent to winning the lottery.
The community and economic effects of Covid-19 will come under the spotlight at a top-level online conference to be held by a business which works internationally to drive positive social impact through transformational change.
Daniel Bryan has been away from the WWE ring for quite some time now. In fact, soon after the birth of his second child, Daniel Bryan took a break. During that time, he also put his home up for sale for around $1.6 million.
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council would like to ask all community and voluntary groups working to support residents through this crisis in the East Riding to register their details on www.beecan.org
This summer, Hull is heading back to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as Absolutely Cultured’s Hull Independent Producer Initiative.
The Hull Independent Producers Initiative supports and develops Hull’s performing arts sector through training and mentoring. Also, it helps by championing emerging theatre companies living and working in the city.
Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart has praised 22 year old Beverley resident Jordan Moor for the hard work he does campaigning and raising money for defibrillators in East Yorkshire.
Jordan Moor, who is a key member of Graham’s Community Access for Defibrillators in East Yorkshire ‘CADEY’ campaign, has raised over £25,000 since June 2017 and helped many local communities install AEDs.