The Masood Enterprise Centre (MEC) at The University of Manchester has become the first higher education institution to join up as a patron of the Educate North Awards, which take place in April 2020.
Hosted by Carm Productions, the event takes place on 23 April 2020 at Manchester’s Hilton Deansgate.
For more details, visit the Prolific North website.
Heart Yorkshire, Smooth North West and Smooth North East have signed up to promote the Educate North Awards.
In partnership with Prolific North and Don’t Panic Events, the Educate North Awards were launched by Rob McLoughlin, celebrating and recognising best practice and excellence in the education sector in the North.
More details on Prolific North.
The University of Central Lancashire had a hat-trick of wins at the 2019 Educate North Awards, held in Manchester on April 26.
In addition, a UCLan graduate won the 2019 University Entrepreneurs Grant, receiving the £1000 prize for start-up businesses.
For more on this story, visit the Lancashire Evening Post website.
The North West’s education sector was celebrated at the Educate North Awards, held in Manchester on 25 April. Over 400 people witnessed a total of 23 awards handed out to competing education organisations and individuals.
Dr John Kennedy CBE was patron of the event and the Education North Awards were partnered by Carm Productions.
For the full story, see the Prolific North news page.
The Virtual Grand National is back on ITV4 on Friday evening, 5 April, ahead of the live race the following day.
Last year’s correctly predicted the winner, Tiger Roll; a stunning achievement for the new virtual reality race. This will be the third year that the virtual reality race has attempted to predict the winner.
The Virtual Grand National is on ITV4 at 8pm on Friday, April 5, the Randox Health Grand National at Aintree Racecourse will be televised on ITV1 and the ITV Hub, with coverage starting at 1pm. The programme is produced by Carm Productions.
Read the full story at The Liverpool Echo site.