Talented Beverley swimmer heads to the British Championships this week, 5 – 10 April, hoping for Olympic qualifying times. Kieran Grant, age 17, from Beverley Barracudas swimming club has qualified in 4 events and hopes this will open the doors to Paris, in 2024.
Hull City Council, working in partnership with Hull Culture and Leisure Ltd, has been successful in an application to Sport England’s National Leisure Recovery Fund (NLRF) and has been awarded £640,000 to support the reopening and recovery of leisure services.
After the highs of an extremely successful annual gala for Beverley Barracudas Swimming Club, held at Beverley Leisure Centre on Sunday 15 March 2020, which saw club records broken, personal bests and County & Regional times achieved, swimming, unfortunately, came to an abrupt halt on March 17 2020 due to Covid-19.
A law firm which has been driving support for charities for more than 30 years with its annual golf day is drawing up a list of fundraising ideas for all after losing this year’s event to the lockdown restrictions.
Rollits, which has offices in Hull and York, has raised more than £140,000 since launching its golf day in 1970, with the East Yorkshire branch of Muscular Dystrophy UK a beneficiary since day one and Dove House Hospice in Hull receiving support for 25 years.
Two television stars will be handing out the awards to students at Bishop Burton College’s traditional end of year celebrations.
Presenters Helen Skelton and Jenni Falconer will be the special guests at the college’s Presentation Day events later this month. The event will see around 1,000 students celebrate the successful completion of their studies.
Beverley based hair and beauty spa, Sessions House, will feature in a new Channel 5 reality series called The House of Extraordinary People. The show will hit appear on our screens on Monday 18 March, 10pm.
This life-affirming series will air for 3 nights and follows 9 extraordinary people from around the world with unusual appearances. They want to show what it’s really like to stand out because they’re different.
Sportsability Fitness Training is running a competition to win a place on their Level 2 Instructing Fitness Gym course, worth £550.
As the gateway qualification to the fitness industry, this Level 2 qualification opens up opportunities to become a Personal Trainer. It also provides a gateway to undertake add-on courses. These include spin sessions, aqua fitness and also to specialise in working with children and the elderly.