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The Digital Advantage Programme

Richmondshire District Council

  • 11 January 2021
  • Number of views: 37
The Digital Advantage Programme

The latest digital marketing and social media webinars offering available under the Digital Advantage programme for this first quarter of 2021 are detailed below.  As you can see, it is quite substantial and covers a wide spectrum.  We hope it will be useful for those who wish to brush up their digital marketing skills or learn new ones. 

Legacies to Dave Clark, a keen sportsman and lover of the great outdoors

Richmond School

  • 7 January 2021
  • Number of views: 30
Legacies to Dave Clark, a keen sportsman and lover of the great outdoors

Students and staff at Richmond School and Sixth Form College have honoured Dave Clark, their much loved and greatly missed Deputy Headteacher, with two legacies. A Scots pine tree has been planted in the grounds of the school, creating a sense of Mr Clark keeping a watchful eye over everyone, whilst also acknowledging his Scottish roots. In recognition of the enormous contribution that Mr Clark made to sport at Richmond School and in the community, the newly-built 3G sports pitch has been named the Dave Clark Arena.

Local Enterprise Partnership welcomes £4.6bn business support announcement

York & North Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership

  • 6 January 2021
  • Number of views: 33
Local Enterprise Partnership welcomes £4.6bn business support announcement

A statement from the York & North Yorkshire LEP following the £4.6bn announcement from the Chancellor about support for businesses.

 

Students and staff entertain across the North East with virtual music and dance extravaganzas

Richmond School

  • 21 December 2020
  • Number of views: 47
Students and staff entertain across the North East with virtual music and dance extravaganzas

The Creative Arts staff at Richmond School and Sixth Form College were disappointed that they could not put on their usual Christmas extravaganza concert, traditional carol service and dance showcase this year. However, undeterred, they pulled out ‘all the stops’ to ensure the community didn’t miss out on being able to enjoy the outstanding music and dance by their exceptionally talented students.

Kick Start – Funding Gateway Now Open!

Richmondshire District Council

  • 21 December 2020
  • Number of views: 58
Kick Start – Funding Gateway Now Open!

Richmondshire District Council are now a gateway for The Kick Start scheme. If your business is looking to fill a vacancy then please complete the expression of interest form via this link.

New support programmes announced

Department for International Trade

  • 16 December 2020
  • Number of views: 50
New support programmes announced

Please find below details of a number of support programmes the Department for International Trade have announced. Please take a look and forward to any businesses you feel would benefit.

Thanks, Abi.

Abi Player
Business and Community Officer
Richmondshire District Council

A message from David A Kerfoot MBE DL

Chair of the York & North Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership

  • 16 December 2020
  • Number of views: 48
A message from David A Kerfoot MBE DL

The speed the pandemic took hold on our daily lives was a massive shock. It was a big jolt to the system and I think our team at the York & North Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership responded with a real drive to get things done. Of crucial importance in their response, was the strong partnership working that has taken place with you, all of our partners. Working together, we have ensured the best possible regional response to the pandemic. On behalf of the LEP, I would like to extend to you all our genuine thanks for your support and collaboration through these incredibly challenging times. It shows the ‘can do’ attitude this part of the world is renowned for.

Training the next generation of life savers

Richmond School

  • 14 December 2020
  • Number of views: 43
Training the next generation of life savers

Over 200 Year 8 students have received vital first-aid training in how to respond to an emergency and perform CPR.  The Richmond School students took part in a series of hands-on training that saw each of them work with a ‘Resusci Anne’ mannequin to simulate a real-life emergency situation.

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