The need for space in business is inevitable, especially if it is growing fast. Whether you are expanding a new branch or increasing production in your current business, you will be faced with the need for more space. So, what sustainable option do you have? Temporary buildings? You got it right.
The support this year for Dove House Hospice’s Rudolph Run has been outstanding across nurseries and primary schools across Hull and East Yorkshire.
Thousands of children shall be donning their reindeer antlers and characteristic red noses to help support the hospice this December by taking part in a fun run during the school day and asking relatives, friends and others to sponsor their efforts.
St Nicholas Primary School Boys Football Team are celebrating after they reached and triumphed in the Humberside Finals.
Their win over a strong North Ferriby side now means the school will compete in the Midlands Finals being held in March.
Richard Durrant returns to Beverley with his popular festive celebration as part of ‘Classically Yours’, on Thursday, 2 December at 7:30pm at Toll Gavel United Church, Beverley.
Richard heralds the start of the Christmas season with son Django on percussion; founder member of Gryphon, the legendary Brian Gulland on crumhorns and bassoon; and the unforgettable voice of Amy Kakoura.
Part of the appeal of bingo, in general, is that it is a very sociable game. You can go to a bingo hall with your friends and catch up whilst you play.
This is also part of the charm when playing the game online with the use of chat rooms. Players can socialise with people all across the globe while enjoying a game of bingo from the comfort of their own sofa.
We all love to play games online. It’s one of the most popular hobbies. Playing online games can reduce stress, improve multitasking ability and decision-making skills. But it can also lead to obesity, poor grades, addiction, and an increase in violent behaviour.
Online games can be unhealthy for you too. Luckily, it’s easy to be safe while playing online. To be on the safer side, here are six things that you can consider.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Cabinet has approved free parking for the four weekends in November/December running up to Christmas.
The popular scheme, which the council has run for the past thirteen years, will apply to all council-run on-street and off-street car parks.
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.
It’s no secret that many businesses are always looking for ways to improve their business. That is why there are so many different types of services out there.
Some people might be interested in improving their website, while others might want to increase their search engine ranking. The list goes on and on.
The spirit of goodwill is well and truly alive at Genuine Gents, the Beverley men’s hairdressers, with its Movember charity fundraising campaign, as part of a double whammy to help men’s physical and mental health.
Barratt Developments Yorkshire East is celebrating the success of its Apprenticeship Scheme as seven new apprentices begin their careers with the housebuilder.
As part of Barratt Developments’ ongoing Apprenticeship Scheme, seven students are able to gain unparalleled experience in the construction industry whilst obtaining the qualifications they need to be successful in their careers.
A week-long campaign is underway running until Sunday 21 November that has been launched by police as they look to reduce the number of people driving uninsured.
During this week motorists will see increased road policing activity throughout the country.
Hull City Council and East Riding of Yorkshire Council have been successful in securing a bid for further funding of £71,000, plus an additional £20,000 for a communications campaign, for the Reuse Electrical project which operates the Reuse Electrical Shop.
Beverley has produced some fantastic players across a wide range of sports: swimmer Lizzie Edmonds, tennis Grand Slam winner Colin Gregory and 24 Hours of Le Mans winner Gay Smith, to name a few.
In this latest feature, we’ve taken a look at who are the leading footballers to be born in Beverley and gone to have great careers.
The council’s road safety team will be visiting markets across the East Riding. They will be in Beverley on Wednesday 17 November.
Their visit will tie into the launch of a new web page this week to mark National Road Safety Week 2021, running this week.
Baytree Interiors are offering shoppers in Beverley huge saving as part of their Black Friday discounts.
The retailer, based at the Flemigate Retail Park has a number of deals including a saving of over £90 on a marble table.
Yorkshire & The Humber road has the fifth most dangerous roads in the UK according to the latest figures.
While numbers fell slightly on the previous year this region remains a hot spot when it comes to deaths on the road.
Humberside Police are supporting the national campaign to tackle knife crime – Operation Sceptre.
During this week, from 15 November and 21 November, there will be a surrender for bladed weapons and offensive weapons to be handed into police stations force-wide.