Murray Hills Solicitors Say A Great Big Thank You

November 10, 2016

Murray Hills Solicitors would like to say a great big thank you to everyone who attended the Refurbishment and Macmillan Coffee event on Tuesday 8th November at their head office on King Street, Bridlington. The event was officially opened with a cutting of the ribbon by Bridlington Mayor Cllr. Liam Dealtry and ran from 12pm until 3pm. Despite the cold November weather the Bridlington community came out in force to…

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Transport investment work in Bridlington steps up a gear

A major regeneration scheme to improve vehicle and pedestrian access around Bridlington has now started, with local contractor PBS Construction beginning work on diverting the Gypsey Race. Funded by East Riding of Yorkshire Council and £5.75m from the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), Phase 2 of the Bridlington Integrated Transport Plan (BridITP2) will also help support future development in the town, attracting new businesses, creating jobs and boosting the local…

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August 15, 2016
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Music and Amy Johnson Lecture at Sewerby Hall and Gardens

Thursday, 14 July sees a new face perform in the guise of University of Hull music student, Graziana Presicce. Her forty-five minute classical piano recital begins at 2pm in the Orangery and will include works by Chopin, Rachmaninoff and Debussy’s Suite Bergamasque. On Sunday, 17 July, popular Sewerby favourites, the Middle Eight Singers return with their repertoire of family favourite songs, again from 2pm onwards in the Orangery. On Friday,…

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July 12, 2016
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Great Bridlington Seafood Festival Returns For Second Year

June 30, 2016

Bridlington will see the return of its popular seafood festival on Saturday, 9 July, 10am-11pm, and on Sunday, 10 July, 10am-4pm, with festivities located at the harbour car park. Last year’s inaugural event proved a huge success, with around 15,000 visitors enjoying a range of activities, prompting organisers to turn the festival into a two-day event this year. Sponsored by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Visit Hull & East Yorkshire…

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Healthwatch : New Independent Watchdog For Health And Social Care

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March 7, 2013

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…

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Clinical Research : Do You Want To Help Change The Future

January 16, 2013

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. […]

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