Beverley Town Reserves were well beaten as they lost 3-1 to Driffield Evening Institute at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
The defeat means Town’s second string have lost their last eight consecutive games in a run that stretches back to August. As a result, they are just one place of the bottom in the Humber Premier League One.
Late October will see more events organised by East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s countryside access team, designed to make the most of the stunning countryside in the area.
An Autumn Migration Birdwatch will take place at South Landing Local Nature Reserve at Flamborough on Sunday, 20 October from 9.30 am – 11.30 am , led by a local birdwatching guide with Yorkshire Coast Nature.
The team at Beverley’s award-winning racecourse are already planning new initiatives and a major investment in facilities after a successful 2019 season drew to a close.
Despite facing adverse weather conditions throughout spring and summer, the season attracted similar bumper attendances to last year, with almost 80,000 racegoers enjoying meetings at the picturesque racecourse.
Boxing Club volunteer Jordon Thorne says he feels they are no further forward when it comes to the future of the club.
His comments come after Conservative Councillors twice voted down motions put forward by the opposition. Had they passed then Track Fitness and Boxing Club would have got the security they so desperately crave.