Road safety organisations and emergency services pressed home the consequences of dangerous driving at two innovative events at East Riding College.
The College organised the “speed dating” road safety events in conjunction with the TOM Foundation, a local charity, to communicate messages about driving carefully to young people at its Beverley and Bridlington campuses.
Graduates and their families packed the Priory Church of St Mary in Bridlington to celebrate the achievements of higher education students from East Riding College.
The church was full with about 400 people attending the event, which saw students presented with scrolls by Principal Derek Branton in recognition of the successful completion of their course.
Tourism students from East Riding College have been learning first-hand about the joys of travel, thanks to sponsorship by P&O Ferries.
The 26 learners, studying on level two and three courses at the Beverley and Bridlington campuses, enjoyed a two-night mini-cruise from Hull to the Belgian city of Bruges.
To view/download a course guide, click on your choice above or order a hard copy by post.