• Communication Workers Union Say Beverley Deserves A Crown Post Office
  • MP Praises Community For Coming Together To Save Post Office
  • Petition Opposing Post Office Relocation Handed Over To MP
  • Post Office Closure – Government Policy On Proposed Relocation
  • Campaigners To Hit The Streets And Protest Over Post Office Closure
Discover A New Place To Watch Wildlife In Beverley

Discover A New Place To Watch Wildlife In Beverley

Last year, local ornithologist Richard Baines carried out a wildlife survey at Beverley Parks Local Nature Reserve to find out how successfully birds nest on the nature reserve.

There will be a chance to hear about the findings of the survey on Tuesday, 22 January, and learn about which species make the fields, hedgerows and orchard their home. Where are the best places for birds to thrive, while living alongside us?

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Petition Opposing Post Office Relocation Handed Over To MP

Petition Opposing Post Office Relocation Handed Over To MP

Cllr Denis Healy has handed over a petition to MP Graham Stuart as he looks to put pressure on the government to overturn a decision by the Post Office to relocate services to the nearby WH Smith store.

Cllr Healy and his team have collected over 2,500 signatures since November from residents. The Cllr says people in the town are outraged by proposals put forward by the Post Office.

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Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Exhibition Will Return To Beverley

Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Exhibition Will Return To Beverley

East Riding of Yorkshire Council has announced that the hugely popular Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition – developed and produced by the Natural History Museum – will be back in Beverley in summer, 2019.

Beverley Art Gallery in the Treasure House will host the new exhibition from Saturday, 22 June – Saturday, 14 September, making it an ideal day out for the summer holidays this year.

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Beverley Recapture Early Season Spark With Win At Old Rishworthians

Beverley Recapture Early Season Spark With Win At Old Rishworthians

New year, new Beverley. After a disappointing late autumn in which they rather lost their way Beverley in 2019 look to have recaptured the early season spark that had them riding high in Yorkshire One.

Following their impressive win the previous week against Pontefract this was another first-class display and another well earned victory. Moreover, for most of the game, they did it with fourteen men after Alfie Hart-Fisher had been red-carded early on for dangerous play. They owed a lot to their pack which even down to seven men still ended the game looking the stronger of the two sets of forwards.

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