Hull’s City of Culture journey and the orange barrier debacle

One of Trinity Market’s regulars has spoken about his frustrations with the myriad orange barriers and disruption within the City Centre.

Dave Slinger, 46, from Hull’s Old Town, is frustrated with the situation caused by workmen working towards the City’s rebirth, in the approach to the culture celebrations starting in January 2017.

The regeneration work has been ongoing for many months with delays in planning and adverse weather conditions, but Mr Slinger has not seen the progress that he feels should have taken place.

Initially scheduled to be completed by December 2016, the work is now set to be completed by Easter 2017.

In response, Hull City Council and Eurovia were unavailable for comment.

West Hull FM – Video Editing

Keeping a tight edit on the videos will ensure that the audience is engaged and by keeping the length of the videos no more than 3 minutes, it will allow people to watch them even if they are short of time.

Ferriby Edit

By having Adobe Premiere Pro CC at home, I have been able to experiment with different transitions between each raw video to keep to my idea of short and snappy but without just using jump cuts.

 

Members of the Cabinet – Rt Hon The Baroness Anelay of St John’s DBE PC – Profile

Rt Hon The Baroness Anelay of St John's DBE PC

Rt Hon The Baroness Anelay of St John’s DBE PC

Although not a full member of the Cabinet, Rt Hon The Baroness Anelay of St John’s DBE PC attends Cabinet meetings in her role as Minister of State of theForeign and Commonwealth Office.  She entered the House of Lords in 1996.

Joyce Anelay nee Clarke, was born in 1947 in London, and was educated at Enfield County School, before going on to further studies at Bristol and Brunel Universities.

After graduation, Anelay worked as a History Teacher in a secondary school until 1974, before taking on roles within the Citizens’ Advice Bureau, and as a Justice of the Peace.

She was awarded an OBE in 1995, made a Dame in 1995, and was made a Life Peeress in 1996.  Upon taking her seat in the House of Lords, Anelay was appointed in roles including Opposition Whip, Shadow Home Office Minister, and Shadow Minister for Culture, Media and Sport.

In the coalition of 2010, Anelay was given the role of Government Chief Whip in the House of Lords, and following Baroness Warsi stepping down from the role of Minister of State in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, a position she continues to hold.