Now, when you’re watching a film and it finishes sometime later, a lot of questions would come up in your head like was it better then you thought it would be? Was it a disappointment or would you watch again? Would you want to forget about it or would that movie be something to inspire […]
News from and about VANEL
We’ve nominated ourselves for a chance to win some funding to help us provide IT support to individuals across the borough. Could you nominate us too to help us win? Or find out more about nominating a charity of your own choice. Read on
For many years, now Western countries have strived for liberation, inclusion, equal rights and opportunities for all – however, this is still not necessarily the case across the globe. In some countries – such as Iran – religious and traditional connotations, structures and beliefs mean that some sections of society are limited in how they […]
Do you know that animal testing has been going on for a lot longer than you realise? The history of testing on animals goes back to the 3rd and 4th centuries BC. Early Greek physicians such as Aristotle and Erasistratus performed experiments on living animals. Some people are outraged that this is still happening, whilst […]
Retired police officer Martin Steedman has scooped a first-ever Humber-wide volunteer award for his unstinting service to the region’s Blue Lights Brigade
Martin has been onboard with BLB since the early days. He’s been part of the Safe and Well team and his volunteering commitment has been rewarded this week with a well deserved award. Read on for the full story.
Young Report Andrew Hill is off to university. Read his thoughts in his article.
You’ll have seen that we are running Cyber Security training again. If you’re wondering why this is worthwhile then read this explanation from Karl who will be delivering this training – and then book yourself on.
At the VANEL AGM we were presented with a cheque from Rotary Club of Grimsby who have kindly supported our IGNITE programme. Read on for the story.
Have a read of this week’s article by Young Reporter Sophie exploring the idea of what power is.
Young Reporter Hannah passionately explains why she thinks the voting age should be lowered. Read on