• Beverley Withstand Late Scarborough Pressure To Win At Beaver Park
  • Beverley Ladies Circle Fund Raiser @ Parkway Cinema
  • Beverley Building Society Name January Charity of the Month Winner
  • Parents Need To Consider Options When Selecting A Primary School
  • James Westmoreland BSB Bound With Gearlink Kawasaki
Beverley Withstand Late Scarborough Pressure To Win At Beaver Park

Beverley Withstand Late Scarborough Pressure To Win At Beaver Park

A helter-skelter of a match. Beverley deservedly won in the end but they had to withstand a terrific late Scarborough onslaught during which the two sides between them scored 31 points in the last 25 minutes.

Beverley led 25-6 going into the final quarter and looked to have the game comfortably in the bag. They had been the better side throughout and were playing by far the more controlled rugby. They could scarcely have anticipated the rumbustious ending to come.

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Parents Need To Consider Options When Selecting A Primary School

Parents Need To Consider Options When Selecting A Primary School

As the Molescroft area continues to expand with all the new housing, the local primary school is having to turn down places for families living in its local catchment area.

Local ward Councillor, Denis Healy, asked County Hall education officials for a report on school place demand at Molescroft primary school, and discovered that 85% of applications made for a place at the school over the last 4 months have been unsuccessful.

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Countryside Events Programme Launched For 2017

Countryside Events Programme Launched For 2017

East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s countryside access team has launched its Countryside Events 2017 programme.

From rambles and themed walks (including photography, navigation, geocaching and orienteering) to wildlife watching events; from Kids Go Wild events to workshops, conservation days and natural craft workshops – the programme includes something for everybody with an interest in the outdoors.

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The Current State of Beverley Potholes

Potholes are a major problem on the UK’s roads. While some individuals have come up with creative ideas about how to solve the problem, many other potholes remain unrepaired, and grow, causing untold damage to cars and possibly even causing accidents.

They are formed over time, when water seeps into cracks in the road and weaken the layers underneath the bitumen surface, freezing and thawing, which in turn makes the layers above crumble and collapse. As more and more cars drive over these weak spots, the holes become bigger and deeper.

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The Really, Really Wild Day At The Treasure House, With Ben Shires

The Really, Really Wild Day At The Treasure House, With Ben Shires

The Really Really Wild Day on Saturday 18 February at the Treasure House, Beverley, from 10am to 3pm, will be a free fun day for all ages at the start of the school half-term holiday.

It will be a chance to visit the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition in Beverley Art Gallery, and see a great deal more besides, and will include a guest appearance from CBBC presenter Ben Shires (presenter of Officially Amazing), from Beverley, who will give talks and entertain visitors with true tales about some amazing and remarkable animals from around the world.

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Manchester Camerata To Perform String Serenade In Beverley

Manchester Camerata To Perform String Serenade In Beverley

There will be a chance to join Manchester Camerata’s 21 internationally acclaimed string players on Thursday 23 February, 2017, at 7.30pm, for an evening of some of the best-loved pieces for string orchestra, at Toll Gavel United Church in Beverley.

The concert is part of Classically Yours, one of the key events in the East Riding’s celebration of Hull UK City of Culture 2017, in which East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Orchestras Live have joined forces to bring more orchestral music to the area.

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