EAST YORKS: A Beverley beauty salon stylist is heading to London for one of the biggest shows of the year.
Jayne Allinson, of De Lacy Spa, in Saturday Market, will be styling the hair of the Sass & Bide runway models at London fashion week on Friday. The competition to win the honour was stiff, with hundreds of entries.
The stylist said: "It's great working in a busy salon like De Lacy Spa, meeting new people all the time and then getting the chance to do some amazing photoshoots too."
Salon director Kerris Lacy said: "The team has worked so hard to get to this level."
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EAST RIDING: Government-funded grants of up to £3,500 – and up to £6,000 in areas where there is no mains gas – are available to people on income-related benefits to help them keep warm and save money on energy bills.
The Warm Front scheme provides things such as loft and cavity-wall insulation, draught-proofing, hot-water-tank jackets and additional heating solutions such as installing a new central heating system or repairing an existing one.
East Riding Council says improvements are designed to help home owners and private tenants keep warmer and healthier.
Councillor Symon Fraser, of East Riding Council, said the scheme is more important in rural areas of the East Riding. For more information, call Gail Hall on 01482 396358.
BRIDLINGTON: Forever In Blue Jeans will bring its new show to The Spa on Saturday, September 22, promising an evening featuring hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s through to the best of today.
As well as featuring music from Jerry Lee Lewis, The Beatles, The Four Tops and Abba, there is a tribute to the songwriting talents Burt Bacharach.
The show starts at 7.30pm, with tickets available online at www.thespabridlington.com or by calling 01262 678258.
EAST YORKS: Music fans turned out to support a concert held in honour of a Bridlington woman who died of cancer.
The Katie Walker Memorial Concert was held at the Friendly Forester and raised more than £500 for the charity which has been set up in her name – The Katie Walker Cancer Trust.
Julie and Mick Walker founded the charity following the death of their daughter Katie in 2007 to offer help and support to teenage cancer sufferers.
EAST YORKS: Rusticus Theatre Group is hosting Halloween evenings of educational entertainment at Sewerby Hall.
Crafty character workshops will take place on Monday, October 29, and Tuesday, October 30, from 11am to 1pm and from 2pm to 4pm.
All materials are provided and each workshop costs £5 per child and includes one free adult place.
A Wacky Walk Trick or Treat will take place on Wednesday, October 31, with walks at 4.30pm, 6pm and 7.30pm. The walks cost £5.
For more information, visit www.eastriding.
gov.uk/sewerby or call 01262 673769.
BRIDLINGTON: St John's Burlington Methodist Church is holding a series of lunchtime concerts.
The first will be on Tuesday, September 18, when bass Paul Hudson will sing with Frank James. Mr Hudson has appeared more than 600 times at the Royal Opera House and performed in the US, South Africa, Australia, South America, Japan and the Far East.
On Tuesday, October 16, international recording and concert organist Howard Beaumont will take to the stage.
Christine Gatenby of Rudston will talk about the Titanic with a musical interlude on Tuesday, October 30, and on Tuesday, November 13, singing group Versatility will perform.
Each concert starts at 12.30pm.
Admission costs £5 and lunch is available from 11.30am for £2.