Posts Tagged ‘ Hull ’

Higher Education Survey Reveals Excellent Student Satisfaction

August 21, 2013
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East Riding College has been named the College with the best higher education student satisfaction ratings in East Yorkshire.Higher Education Survey Reveals Excellent Student Satisfaction > Read the full post on: HU17.net

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Demand For Wolds Connection Ticket Soars

June 19, 2013
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More than 200 people every week are taking advantage of a new transport agreement launched to help connect rural communities across East Yorkshire.Demand For Wolds Connection Ticket Soars > Read the full post on: HU17.net

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East Coast Road Run

June 16, 2013
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Classic Vehicles of all descriptions took part in the 45th East Coast Run. Starting from East Park in Hull all vehicles travelled to Sewerby Fields Bridlington were the Cars, Bikes, BusesEast Coast Road Run > Read the full post on: HU17.net

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Free Taster Courses During Adult Learners’ Week

May 11, 2013
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A range of free activities will be taking place at East Riding College later this month for adults who are thinking of learning for their career or as a hobby.Free Taster Courses During Adult Learners’ Week > Read the full post on: HU17.net

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See College In Action At Open Events

March 27, 2013
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East Riding College is opening its doors to residents and prospective students next month with a range of activities taking place during its latest open events.See College In Action At Open Events > Read the full post on: HU17.net

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23 Eyms Drivers Recognised As “Best On The Road”

March 22, 2013
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23 bus and coach drivers employed by Hull-based East Yorkshire Motor Services have recently achieved 2012 membership of the national “GreenRoad Fleet Elite” programme which attempts to recognise the best fleet drivers on the road.23 Eyms Drivers Recognised As “Best On The Road” > Read the full post on: HU17.net

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Healthwatch : New Independent Watchdog For Health And Social Care

March 7, 2013
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A new independent organisation which will give East Riding residents a voice on health and social care will be launched on 1 April 2013. Healthwatch is being introduced by the Government at both national and local level, with Healthwatch East Riding of Yorkshire becoming the local champion for adults, children and young people. The new organisation is aimed at giving patients and the public a real say over how their local health and social care services are run. East Riding of Yorkshire Council has awarded the contract for the new organisation to Meeting New Horizons, a community interest company owned by Hull Council for Voluntary Services. Healthwatch will be independent of the council and the NHS, replacing services currently provided by the East Riding of Yorkshire Local Involvement Network (ERYLINk) which scrutinises health and social care services on behalf of the public. The local Healthwatch will build on the excellent work of ERYLINk and discussions are taking place with their lead members to encourage and support ongoing involvement of their contribution in the new organisation. Healthwatch East Riding of Yorkshire will give residents and communities a stronger voice to influence and challenge how these services are provided within their local […]

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East Yorkshire XC R5 Welton

February 11, 2013
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Round 5 of the East Yorkshire cross country league hosted by Goole Viking striders & Selby striders. This 6 mile race took place in and around Welton west of Hull First position went too Num:168 Jack Robertson of Scarborough Athletic … Continue reading → The post East Yorkshire XC R5 Welton appeared first on HU17.net Social Network.

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Beverley Ladies Get Third At Sledmere

January 17, 2013
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Beverley Ladies Get Third At Sledmere

Driffield Striders hosted the fourth race in the East Yorkshire Cross-Country League on the Sledmere Estate last Sunday. Beverley Ladies Get Third At Sledmere > Read the full post on: HU17.net

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Clinical Research : Do You Want To Help Change The Future

January 16, 2013
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Clinical Research do you want to take part in it and help change the future of medicine? Clinical Research is at the forefront of all medicinal development. Who is working on a cure from Cancer to Diabetes to (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) PCOS? Researchers from all over the world! One thing that makes this possible is people who participate in clinical trials. Patients and participants are not always aware of clinical trials that are ongoing or the fact that certain clinical trials are recruiting. “A 2012 consumer poll showed that 82% of patients of surveyed believed it is important for the NHS to offer patients opportunities to take part in clinical research [Source: One Poll]” “95% of cancer patients who participated in a discussion about clinical research were glad to have been asked, whilst 53% of those who were not asked about research would have liked to have been (2012 National Cancer Patient Survey)”. According to a research mystery shopping article written by the Department of Health, when a receptionist was asked by a potential patient about clinical trials in their area 46% did not know. Although the recruitment figure has nearly tripled since 2007 clinical trials are still in need of recruits for participants. [...] The post Clinical Research : Do You Want To Help Change The Future appeared first on HU17.net Social Network.

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East Yorkshire XC League Sledmere

January 13, 2013
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On a snowy misty morning at the Sledmere estate Driffield Striders hosted the fourth race in the East Yorkshire Cross country league. With a field of 168 runners from a range of local clubs Driffield Striders,City of Hull,Beverley AC,Pocklington Runners,Bridlington … Continue reading → The post East Yorkshire XC League Sledmere appeared first on HU17.net Social Network.

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Local Authors Top Library Loans

December 25, 2012
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Local Authors Top Library Loans

Local author, Val Wood, was number one in East Riding Library Service’s top titles last month. Her book, The Harbour Girl, about a young girl struggling to survive and bring up a child in the fishing communities of Scarborough and Hull in the 1880sLocal Authors Top Library Loans > Read the full post on: HU17.net

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Use Health Services Wisely This Christmas

December 18, 2012
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Doctors in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire are advising people to use health services wisely over the festive period, and have a safe and very happy Christmas. A wide range of help and advice is available to those seeking treatment over Christmas and the New Year, ensuring local urgent care services are kept free for genuine emergencies. These include: • Self-care • NHS Choices • NHS Direct • Pharmacies • Your own GP • Minor injuries units • Walk in centres • GP Out of Hours Service • Emergency dental service Dr Gina Palumbo, East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) said: “We can all play a part in making sure GP surgeries as well as emergency services such as A&E and 999 are free so that vulnerable people who need emergency treatment are seen and treated as quickly as possible. “Whilst the Emergency Department may seem an easy solution, you can be seen and treated much more quickly by choosing the right place for your particular case. This winter we are backing the national NHS Choose well campaign by asking people who are normally healthy to think twice before they contact their local NHS services with [...] The post Use Health Services Wisely This Christmas appeared first on HU17.net Social Network.

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Town See Off Bridlington At Norwood

December 10, 2012
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Beverley Town Reserves came from behind to claim spoils in a seven goal thriller against Bridlington Town Reserves at the Norwood Recreation Ground.Town See Off Bridlington At Norwood > Read the full post on: HU17.net The post Town See Off Bridlington At Norwood appeared first on HU17.net Social Network.

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Bridlington Man Charged Burglary Burton Agnes Burglary

November 23, 2012
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A Bridlington man has been charged following a burglary in Burton Agnes on Wednesday 21 November 2012. Dean Spencer Harris (42), of Cranbeck Close, Bridlington was arrested by police on Wednesday 21 November 2012 for burglary. He then appeared at Bridlington Magistrates on Thursday 22 November 2012 where he has been remanded in custody and is due to appear at Hull Crown Court in December.

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