A wide range of employers will be attending Jobseekers and employers are invited to attend a Staffordshire jobs fair which is taking place next month. The event in Lichfield city centre is being organised by Lichfield District Council in partnership with Lichfield Job Centre. The event will be held at Guildhall in Bore Street in the city centre it has already been confirmed companies attending include Balfour Beatty Vinci working in partnership with HS2 Ltd, Florette, Screwfix, Aspris, Quality Transport Training and Tesco Distribution Centre together with South Staffordshire College which will have details of current apprenticeships.
Man dressed in traditional German Oktoberfest outfit wanted by police after stein glass thrown into crowd leaves man with a slashed head at Portsmouth beer festival in the Guildhall
A MAN has suffered an injury to his head after a beer glass was thrown into the crowd at Oktoberfest in the Guildhall. Hundreds of people had gathered in the Guildhall to celebrate the annual German-themed beer festival on Saturday, September 24. At approximately 10.30pm, a man was seen throwing a stein into a crowd of people gathered at one of the festival tables.
The future of Cambridge's Guildhall is in doubt after a council review found the authority had "too much space". The city council has looked into into how to make optimum use of its buildings in the future. It found office usage is at about a quarter of capacity and some assets are not "fit for purpose".
The long term future of the Guildhall in Cambridge is in question after a review found Cambridge City Council has ‘too much space’. The authority conducted a review into what its future needs for its offices and buildings would be and how to make optimum use of them, as reported by the Cambridge Independent earlier this year.
Salisbury Soroptimists, along with Safer and Supportive Salisbury, are working towards a safer city in collaboration with numerous organisations. Many of these came together for a community event on Saturday, October 1, in the Guildhall. They explain safety is not just about physical measures but about access to resources, having the right information, and who to contact for help or advice.
A very special one-off concert will take place in Derry’s Guildhall on Sunday, November 20, to raise vital funds for international development charity Children in Crossfire. ‘The Unanswered Question: Music and Poetry of Searching and Peace’ promises to be an unmissable occasion for local music fans.
As a cost of living protest collected by the Guildhall on Saturday, another demonstration gathered on the opposite side of Royal Parade in Armada Way. The Plymouth protest, coinciding with worldwide demonstrations, is standing in solidarity against ‘the killing of young women in Iran and to defend the rights of all women’
Kingston councillors have voted to scrap the Tolworth Road closure A South London council has U-turned on low-traffic neighbourhood plans after locals said the "doomed" trial had divided families and put lives at risk. More than 150 residents from several roads protested Kingston Council's plans to install a bus gate on Thornhill Road on Thursday.
Independent councillor Aln Ryves slams West Norfolk Council over funding plans for Guildhall theatre project in King's Lynn
An Independent has slammed the borough council for its handling of the Guildhall project in Lynn. Plans to revive the St George’s Guildhall theatre were hindered by an unsuccessful funding bid, with the National Lottery Heritage Fund turning down West Norfolk Council's original bid for £575,000.
Callum Baines was described as being an intelligent, loved, engaging, quiet and sensitive man with a keen interest in motorcycles A former British Army soldier who previously attempted to end his life while serving in the services was tragically found passed away in woodland near his Devon home.
Covid was the highest cause of sickness during 2021-22 Staff at Swansea Council are off sick for three working weeks a year on average - a figure that has been described as "awfully high". The average of just over 15 days per full-time employee factors in those on long-term sickness leave, which skews the number, so many staff will in reality be absent for fewer days during the course of the year.
A TOTAL of 4,450 messages were left in the books of condolence opened at Worcester Guildhall following the announcement of the death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. Worcester City Council opened the books within hours of the news of the late Queen’s passing on Thursday, September 8.
The Berwick Concert Band is performing this weekend in aid of the Civic Party’s good causes. Proceeds from the concert at the Guildhall on Saturday from 7pm will go to two local charities. Berwick Swan and Wildlife Trust was chosen by the Mayor, Coun Mike Greener, for 2022/23 and Berwick Cancer Cars was chosen by his Sheriff, Eddie Mullins.
West Lindsey District Council is rushing to bring forward £60,000 of funding to help towards a bid to decarbonise the Guildhall and avoid a further £30,000 bill in future years. The authority will vote on whether to bid to the government for match funding towards a replacement boiler and further significant upgrades to the heating infrastructure.
Blow as Hull receives just over £3m from government to help struggling households with the cost of living crisis
Pubs could be invited to join community centres offering 'warm spaces' this winter Hull's council has received nearly £500,000 less funding than Guildhall officials were expecting from the government to help people likely to be hardest hit by the cost of living crisis this winter. The blow today led council leaders to warn of unprecedented times ahead amid soaring energy bills, increasing inflation and an unstable national economy underlined by the collapse in the value of the pound on the world's money markets.
Derry’s internationally renowned Halloween festival has today revealed that it will partner with one of the top performing arts institutions in the world to deliver an unforgettable outdoor experience for festival goers this year. Guildhall Live Events, part of Guildhall School of Music & Drama, successfully bid to work with Derry City and Strabane District Council and local partners to animate the City Centre and St Columb’s Park, with 28 creepily captivating installations set to transform local landmarks.
Beer steins raised in celebration as hundreds celebrate popular Oktoberfest event as it returns to city Guildhall
PROST! Beer taps are flowing, Bratwurst sausages are sizzling, and a Bavarian oompah band is leading Oktoberfest-goers in cheery chants as the popular annual event returns to Portsmouth. The city's Guildhall has been decked out with bunting and filled with long benches populated by punters raising giant beer glasses as they clap, cheer, and sway along with the live music being performed on stage.
With the return of the traditional Beating the Bounds in Saltash A centuries-old tradition is being revived in Saltash with the return of the traditional Beating the Bounds. Residents of the town and surrounding villages are being invited to be part of the slightly bizarre ritual which sees the mayor being “bumped” on the boundary stones marking the extent of the parish boundaries.
“The event went as well as we could have hoped. We were thrilled to bits” An event was held in the Guildhall on Thursday (September 22) to celebrate the 40th anniversary of an organisation that brings older individuals together. The University of the Third Age, better known as u3a, offers a wide variety of activities for people to sign up to – with 100 groups across Northampton.