Friday, September 25, 2020

Waterline Summit breaks new ground in climate change battle

Businesses, community groups and residents are being urged to come together at a ground-breaking event uniting the Humber region behind the fight against climate...

North of England ‘could be energy exporter’ post-Brexit

The North of England could become an energy supergiant post-Brexit, exporting energy to Europe and reducing our dependency on Russia, a major new study...

Walk of Art gears up for 2019 appearance

Walk of Art organisers are urging Hull’s HU5 creative community to get involved in the Avenues-based art exhibition. Bigger and better than ever, the...

Bee hotel gets new roof as part of estate’s environmental efforts

The pioneering bee hotel at Three Hagges Wood-Meadow, part of the Escrick Park Estate between York and Selby, has a brand-new roof. The multi-storey hotel...

Pump House restoration wins recognition for companies involved

Restoration of a grade-II listed industrial building in the city of Hull – The ABP Pump House - is one of only two to...

Frier chips in with seamen’s charity donation

Family-owned fish-frying firm Fusco’s is getting into the spirit of the Captain Cook Festival with a special charity fundraiser and customer competition. The festival marks...

Collaborative approach aims to make Bradford the ‘go to’ Christmas location

Key partners from in and around Bradford have announced that they are working together to offer an all-inclusive Christmas initiative, called Sparkling Bradford. The Sparkling...

Synergy completes bike round-up to support families

Synergy Automotive has smashed its target to collect 50 unwanted bikes to enable children and their families to borrow bicycles for free and get...

Yorkshire companies launch online coronavirus support group for business

A slew of Yorkshire companies and professionals have united to provide support and to keep doing business during the coronavirus pandemic. In just over a...

Hospitality industry welcomes Government’s plastic ban plan

The UK hospitality industry has welcomed Government ambitions to ban the distribution and sale of plastic straws, drinks stirrers and cotton buds to protect...

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