In celebration of the NHS’ 75th anniversary, parkrun UK is collaborating with the NHS to encourage staff, volunteers, and local communities to participate.
In addition to recognising the NHS’s immense contribution to the health of the nation, the events will also recognise the dedicated individuals who have played a fundamental role in shaping the service.
In light of the unprecedented demand for health and care services, this winter, health and care leaders in Humber and North Yorkshire are reminding people how they can get the help they need.
As a result of the high number of people waiting for hospital services, local people are being encouraged to use all alternative health services, including NHS111 online and local pharmacies, and to watch out for the health of their loved ones.
A partnership between rural internet champions Quickline Communications and telecoms infrastructure provider CellnexUK has enabled 53,000 homes and businesses to access lightning-fast broadband in its first year.
Quickline and Cellnex UK joined forces last year in order to install lightning-fast broadband equipment in isolated parts of the north of England, including remote communities in the North Yorkshire moors, using Cellnex UK’s towers and infrastructure.
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.
Barratt Developments Yorkshire East has announced Yorkshire Air Ambulance as its charity of the year for 2022.
The chosen charity, Yorkshire Air Ambulance, is an independent organisation that provides a lifesaving rapid response emergency service to five million people across communities in Yorkshire and relies on the generosity of individuals and organisations to ensure the service can continue.
As winter has finally reached us, we have something to cheer us up and to look forward to in those long, cold and dark winter nights.
Beverley’s Winter music festival, Stage4Beverley, is back again next February ( 13th – 20th ) after a year’s break due to COVID. Chris Wade, the programmer for the festival said “ the festival has felt so long in coming that we all now feel the need to get out and hear live music and entertainment. S4B is the perfect answer.”