Wednesday, 1 June 2016

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Thursday, 28 April 2016

DST SSAFA Big Brew - 23 June



AFF - Families Concerns 2015

AFF's year-end edition of Families' Concerns is out now.
The report tackles all of the specialist areas of AFF's work including housing, money, family life, education, employment and foreign & commonwealth concerns.

Discover how AFF has responded to the 11,447 enquiries we received throughout 2015 and who we are connecting with in order to bring about positive changes for Army families everywhere. Click here to read the report.

Wednesday, 27 April 2016

Job Opportunities with Cedar Grange Care Home


CEDAR GRANGE CARE HOME
MAIN STREET
CHERRY BURTON
NR BEVERLEY
TEL.NO. 01964 551580
e-mail:  admin.cedragrange@roseberrycarecentres.co.uk

JOB VACANCIES
We currently have vacancies advertised with the job centre. We are looking for:
SHIFT HOURS AVAILABLE UPTO 44HRS

SHIFTS AVAILABLE

2 X 22 hrs Care Assistants
Transport to Cherry Burton is essential.
 Please ring for an application form or email CV to the email address above.

Tour de Yorkshire 2016


Stage 1 - 29 April 2016 - Beverley to Settle - 184KM
STAGE 1: FRIDAY 29 APRIL 2016: BEVERLEY TO SETTLE

The first stage will set off from Saturday Market in Beverley. The riders will parade around the town - which also played host to the race in 2015, then through North Bar before heading north west to the Official Start at Beverley Racecourse; Holme-on-the-Wolds, Market Weighton (which also saw the race pass through in May 2015), and on westwards to a sprint point at 

Bubwith. From there, the peloton will race through North Duffield and west to Cawood - scene of Dick Turpin’s famous escape from York – and on to Tadcaster, famous for its breweries. After that, riders will visit Boston Spa, Wetherby, North Deighton and Knaresborough, home of the famous ‘spotty house’ from the Tour de France, decorated with the red spots of the King of the Mountains’ jersey. From there riders will travel to Ripley, home of the UK’s only Hotel de Ville rather than Town Hall, and on to Pateley Bridge where the first King of the Mountain will be won at Greenhow Hill. 

After that, it’s on to Grassington, then Threshfield and a return to some of the Tour de France roads, through Cracoe then Gargrave, the riders will then cross the finish line in Settle for the first time before a sprint at Giggleswick. They will complete a 12km loop back to the A65 and round to Settle town centre for an expected bunch finish in the town.

Information from: http://letour.yorkshire.com/2016 http://www.itv.com/news/calendar/2016-03-18/tour-de-yorkshire-2016-route-unveiled/

Service Families Accommodation - Permission On Keeping Pets In Your Home


If you wish to keep a domestic pet in your Service Family Accommodation (SFA) you must seek permission. You can do this by using the e-1132 form when applying for your SFA. If you are already living in your SFA you will need to contact the CarillionAmey Occupancy Services team and request permission. 0800 707 6000 (option 3) 

The team will also need to approve applications for any further pets you bring into your home. Once you have received approval to keep pets, please remember that this can be revoked by the MOD if the rules set out in JSP 464 Chapter 7 are not adhered to.

New Brochures for 2016 at your Local HIVE


New brochures and leaflets for 2016 are now available at your local HIVE.

So  come along and pick up some up-to-date local visitor's information

East Yorkshire Coaches VIP Club


 

Mowden Hall School





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