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IoD lunch date for Bank of England speaker

IoD lunch date for Bank of England speaker

Juliette Healey (left), agent for the Bank of England in Yorkshire and Humber, will address members and guests of the Institute of Directors (IoD) at the event which will take place at 1884 Wine & Tapas Bar on Thursday, March 5. The IoD East Yorkshire branch has also booked a series of business breakfasts to take place at the restaurant during the spring. Ms Healey, the bank’s senior...

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New images show vision for Goole rail manufacturing site

New images show vision for Goole rail manufacturing site

The computer-generated images illustrate the vision for Siemens' Mobility's world-class trains factory and associated facilities, and have been produced to support newly submitted plans for the development. In the latest major milestone for the project, detailed proposals for the development at the Goole 36 enterprise zone site have been put forward to East Riding Council. The planning...

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Beal says ‘hello Goole’ with launch of largest development yet

Beal says ‘hello Goole’ with launch of largest development yet

Prospective buyers will have the opportunity to be among the first to reserve a new home at The Greenways at a launch event on Sunday, February 23, at the Lowther Hotel in Goole. The Greenways will feature an extensive range of Beal’s in-house designed two, three and four-bedroom homes and will complement an ongoing wave of investment in the town. Beal chief executive Richard Beal (left) said:...

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First Mumbler Awards to celebrate the best of things to do for families in East Yorkshire

First Mumbler Awards to celebrate the best of things to do for families in East Yorkshire

More than 10,000 nominations were submitted and the top five most nominated businesses in each category are now through to the finals. The public can now vote again for their favourite of the finalists. Voting opened on January 17 and will close at midnight on Sunday, February 23. Well over 15,500 votes have already been cast, making it a fierce battle to see who is going to be crowned winner in...

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HETA and Viola Trust target trawler’s return to provide opportunities for young engineers

HETA and Viola Trust target trawler’s return to provide opportunities for young engineers

The Viola Trust and Humberside Engineering Training Association (HETA) are now working on plans for a business event at the training centre to attract investment for the project and to show employers the skills being taught for marine engineering and other disciplines. The Viola was built in Beverley in 1906 and operated from Humber Dock – now Hull Marina – as part of the Hellyer fleet of boxing...

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