During World Antimicrobials Awareness Week (18-24 November), the East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull Health and Care Partnerships are encouraging the public and healthcare professionals to become Antibiotic Guardians.
In February and May next year, the Ferens Art Gallery is seeking an artist in residence to work at the gallery.
Interested artists should send in a recent CV, a covering letter outlining their suitability for the position, and images or video links of their artwork. This can be presented as a video or as a creative project. The application deadline is Monday, 28 November 2022 at midnight.
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Dove House is looking for 24 wannabe dancers for Strictly in 2023. The rehearsals will take place every Thursday night down Southcoates Lane HU9, from 7pm-9pm starting on 12 January.
In order to enter, you must raise £500 in sponsorship.
Couples in the quiet Market Town of Beverley in East Yorkshire are among the most likely to cheat on their partners.
The latest figures from IllicitEncounters reveal that Beverley is a hot spot for those looking for an extramarital affair. Guilford tops the list while Beverley is ranked fifth, making it a real hotspot for affairs.
An application round for the Community Safety Fund, launched by Police and Crime Commissioner Jonathan Evison in May, has now opened.
Providing support for victims of crime and crime reduction projects are part of the Community Safety Fund’s mission.
The findings of a new study published show that none of those surveyed in Yorkshire and the Humber was able to identify all four of the most commonly reported symptoms of leukaemia. These are fatigue, bruising, unusual bleeding, and repeated infections.
Two of East Yorkshire’s most high-profile charities have cheered the contributions in cash and kind of the region’s business community after the latest fundraising event by leading law firm Rollits LLP.
More than 22 clients and contacts of the firm took part in Rollits’ annual charity golf day at Brough Golf Club and helped to raise over £3,500 for Dove House Hospice and Muscular Dystrophy UK.
A new exhibition called ‘Lost Streams, Pumps & Privies’ opens at the Beverley Guildhall on Wednesday, 6 July.
This exhibition explores Beverley’s relationship with water through the ages and reveals the courses of Beverley’s lost waterways, including the Walker Beck and the Town Ditch.
Cabinet has approved the increase of allowances for foster carers for Hull Fostering.
Payment for Skills, recognising the skills, training and experience of carers, has been increased and will now also be paid per child rather than per household.
East Riding Leisure’s popular ‘Shape up for Summer’ membership is back for a limited time only and offers great benefits for those looking to get active this summer.
Available until Sunday 31 July 2022, Shape up for Summer includes three months’ membership for £69 with no tie-ins or direct debit sign-ups, saving up to £30.
NHS Blood and Transplant are urging people in the region to give blood as new targets reveal 2,356 new donors are needed in the city to save lives over the next year.
Nationally one million more blood donors are needed over the next five years to ensure patients receive the right type of blood to save and improve their lives, with a particular need for Black African, Black Caribbean and younger donors.
Social workers are “enthusiastic and motivated” while they’re undertaking improved social work with East Riding children and families, according to Ofsted inspectors.
In a letter to East Riding of Yorkshire Council, inspectors found the “pace of improvement” had accelerated since their last focussed visit inspection in March, the fourth such visit since children’s safeguarding and support services were rated as inadequate during an inspection in 2019.
The ‘Springboard Summer Tour’ starts on 26 June 2022 at the Memorial Day for Ivan Usher at Beverley East Riding Leisure.
The ‘Summer Tour’ is engaging with 16–24-year-olds across the East Riding and speaking to them about helping with their next steps to education, further training or employment.
Infrastructure and connectivity specialist Connexin has today announced the expansion of its alternative, full-fibre network build into Beverley as they continue with its mission to provide a greater choice of broadband services for residents throughout the North.
AA Global Language Services has added to its list of major contract wins by landing the job of keeping millions of Londoners and visitors connected with vital information about the capital’s transport system.
The company will begin work in September on the three-year contract with Transport for London (TfL)
Hull residents are being urged to dispose of their litter responsibly after 25 people who failed to pay fixed penalties received fines and costs totalling £9,445 in addition to a criminal record.
Residents are reminded to take their litter home or dispose of it responsibly in the council-provided litter bins.
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