• Beverley Grammar School Wins National Award for Performance
  • Aldi’s Beverley Store Launches Partnership With Local Charities
  • Bee Colony Brings Biodiversity Buzz To Flemingate
  • New Academy Launched To Train Future Farmers
  • Mayor Of Beverley Cllr Duncan Jack Is Worthy Choice
Housing Plans A Major Step Towards Completion Of Council Masterplan

Housing Plans A Major Step Towards Completion Of Council Masterplan

Beverley-based Lovel Developments has submitted plans for the next phase of East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s housing masterplan for the town after securing permission for an initial project to build 189 homes.

The Council’s planning committee has now approved the first phase of the scheme south of Willow Lane and Philip Lovel, Managing Director of Lovel Developments, said the decision opens up an area of 14.25 hectares of land which is part of the masterplan.

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Beverley Grammar School Wins National Award for Performance

Beverley Grammar School Wins National Award for Performance

Beverley Grammar School has been recognised nationally for its excellent results in 2018 based on data from the Department for Education and Ofsted, analysed by SSAT, the Schools, Students and Teachers network.

Beverley Grammar School was found to be among the best performing secondary schools in the country, receiving an award for being in the top 20% of non-selective schools nationally for attainment.

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Aldi’s Beverley Store Launches Partnership With Local Charities

Aldi’s Beverley Store Launches Partnership With Local Charities

Aldi’s store in Beverley is now donating surplus food directly to two local charities that redistribute supplies to vulnerable people in the area, food bank Food 4 Life and the Beverley Cherry Tree Community Centre, which provides a range of support for people living locally.

The new partnerships follow on from a successful trial between the supermarket and community engagement platform, Neighbourly. Aldi has paired up a total of nine stores in Hull and East Riding with local good causes that are now collecting surplus food up to five days a week.

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