The Tribune Trust

Supporting safer communities in the Humber Region


High Sheriff out and about in Longhill


On Monday 22 February High Sheriff of the East Riding of Yorkshire Thomas Martin joined staff from Humberside Police, Humberside Fire and Rescue Service and Hull City Council on an iniative to make Longhill estate safer as part of an arson and anti-social behaviour awareness day. During the day …

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Helping with a Narrow Boat Experience


For the last two years, Oasis Academy Nunsthorpe has taken a group of eight pupils together with four adults on a week long experience on a narrow boat sailing the waterways of the Black Country. The trip allows these pupils to enjoy several experiences that benefit their personal and social develop…

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Helping heat the Pennine Project


Thomas Martin, High Sheriff of the East Riding of Yorkshire, is shown on a visit to Bodmin Rd Church Pennine Project Hull presenting a cheque for £4,500 to Ian Drysdale the Centre Manager for the project. In 2014 the trustees of Bodmin Road Church made the decision to try and establish a new ce…

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Exiled on the Humber


The Tribune Trust is always looking for exciting ways to raise money so that it can continue to give grants to support projects in the Humber area. In 2013 and 2014 the Tribune Trust held very successful cycle rides that raised thousands of pounds. For 2015 the Tribune Trust did something very diffe…

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Grant for Hull Kayak Club


Tribune Trust Chair Hugh Bethell and Director Paul Cheeseman visited the Hull Kayak Club recently and handed over kayaks the club has purchased with the help of a grant of £2,500 from the Tribune Trust.…

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