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Could You Be a Governor at East Riding College?

Could You Be A Governor At East Riding College?

The Governing Body of [1] is seeking to recruit a new member who can bring accountancy experience to the table. The role of a governor involves taking a strategic overview of the College s activities through a series of meetings and various other activities.

[2], Chair of the Corporation said:

Governors play a vital role in shaping the education of the thousands of people of all ages who attend [3] every year.

The knowledge and experience they bring to the Corporation are essential in determining the strategic direction of the College and I know our governors find their contribution very rewarding indeed. Most governors attend around eight formal meetings a year but also have the opportunity to attend training, networking events and College events, such as staff conferences, learner focus groups and award ceremonies.

Meetings are held first thing in the morning or in the early evening, chiefly at the [4] campus.
This is a voluntary role, where governors give their time and experience to work with other like-minded people to benefit the development of the College and the local community.

More information is available on our website at: http://www.eastridingcollege.ac.uk/about-us/governors

For an application form or further information please contact Joanne Mylrea, Secretary to the Corporation at [email protected]

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Beverley High School Carol Concert

Beverley High School Carol Concert

[1] held their annual carol concert at [2].

Hundreds of people packed out the Minster to enjoy a very traditional festive musical event.

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Tree Mendous Support for Church's Festive Appeal

Tree Mendous Support For Church's Festive Appeal

Ding Dong Merrily On High, Children from East Riding have been ringing in [1] while helping to support the Church Tower appeal at St Michael s in [2]. The friends of [3] in [4] organised their first [5] Tree Competition to help with fund raising for the appeal, which recently paid 60,000 for long overdue repair work to the tower. The 10 trees in the competition sponsored by local businesses including [6] North were handed over to village groups (including scouts, brownies, guides, pre-school children) to decorate, and the fantastic finished results are taking pride of place in the church until [7].

Faced with the tough task of judging the trees were vicar Richard Parkinson and the Chairman of the Friends Paul Staniford, who awarded prizes and certificates to the winners and others taking part.

Paul said:

The competition has been a great success, the groups in the village have been enthusiastic supporters, and the decorated trees in the church can be viewed and visited daily up until [8].
The friends of St Michael s wish all the sponsors a very Merry [9] and thank them all for their generous sponsorship and support.

[10] North sales manager Julie Hubbard said:

This has been a wonderful opportunity for us to get involved with such a great idea that will benefit the whole community. Well done to everyone who has taken part and we have really enjoyed looking at the fabulous results of the [11] tree.

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