A YORK hotel has bid a happy retirement to a conference organiser who has brought his two-day meeting to the city for the last two decades. And to thank David Andrews for his 18 years of business, staff from the Doubletree by Hilton York presented him with a celebratory cake made by the hotel’s kitchen staff. Mr Andrews first came to York in 2000, when he staged the third annual National Conference for Careers Leaders in Schools and Colleges. He said: “I’ve loved coming to this hotel.
The company marked the decade milestone at Kings Cross station in London, where long-serving Grand Central colleagues got together to mark the 10th anniversary with a specially made celebration cake. Bosses at the firm, which has been part of Arriva since 2011, said going forward they plan to increase the current 18 trains a day, stop at more stations on their routes.
A RECORD sleeve created by a York brand design agency for folk artist Kate Rusby has been pitched against albums covers from international artists including Katy Perry and Gorillaz in a UK art competition. The cover for Kate Rusby’s 2016 album Life in a Paper Boat was designed by the team at Lazenby Brown, based in the Shambles. Now the sleeve is subject to public scrutiny after being shortlisted in the Best Art Vinyl 2017 awards, which is determined by a public vote.
Uploaded the last of the tweets to the Live Blog. What a fantastic event, such wonderful feedback, and a genuine pleasure to give out some awards that clearly meant so much to our winners. Congratulations to winners and finalists, and thank you to our supporters. #PressAwards17
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