Friday 4 November 2022
BEVERLEY Minster was the setting as 130 students from Bishop Burton College’s University Centre were joined by family and friends for a graduation ceremony. Degrees were conferred in a range of subjects, including agriculture, animal sciences, criminology, equine, floristry, sport, exercise science and health and teacher training.
In addition, it was the first graduation ceremony to include students who had completed Level 4 apprenticeships in Agricultural Management. These higher-level qualifications provide those seeking a work-based rather than academic route to management and finance roles within industry.
MOTORISTS using the M62 are being warned that ongoing road works to replace damaged joints on the Ouse Bridge enters its next phase from Monday with further overnight lane closures and, at times, closure of exit slip lanes.
A spokesperson told us: “Work gets underway on Monday November 7 to install safety cameras, update and reposition signage and resurface some areas of the carriageway in advance of a plate exchange on the bridge.” Full details here
A VACANCY has arisen on Leven Parish Council following the resignation of Councillor Nicola Saunders. It will be filled by co-option unless at least 10 electors apply for a by-election by the deadline of Tuesday November 22.