• Mock Job Interview Day At Local School Proves To Be Huge Success
  • Victory Over Myton Warriors Gives Beverley A Morale Boost
  • Beverley Enjoy Such A Perfect Day As They Beat Bradford
  • Beverley Town Council Still Looking For Flipping Tossers
  • North Bar Without Works Planned To Replace Traffic Lights
Mock Job Interview Day At Local School Proves To Be Huge Success

Mock Job Interview Day At Local School Proves To Be Huge Success

Beverley Grammar School students have scored a major success with the school’s annual Mock Job Interview Day.  All Year 11 students prepare for and attend a mock job interview with a local employer.

In order to make the interview process as realistic as possible, the students submitted their CV before the interview. Interviewers were also given a copy of the students’ most recent school report.

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Cancer Awareness - Understanding How To Spot The Signs Of Cancer

Cancer Awareness – Understanding How To Spot The Signs Of Cancer

East Riding of Yorkshire Council is asking residents to be more aware of the signs of cancer. Their appeal comes following the launch of their Cancer Awareness Project.

The council are hoping more people will spot the signs which will help increase survival rates. Figures show that if detected early people 81pc chance of survival. While if found later this figure drops dramatically to just 26pc.

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‘Ding, Ding, Seconds Out’ As Delicate Flowers Heads to Cherry Burton

‘Ding, Ding, Seconds Out’ As Delicate Flowers Heads to Cherry Burton

If you liked Beryl, you’ll love Delicate Flowers, the fast-moving Hull boxing play that punches above its weight and is now heading to Withernsea.

Written by Hull-based playwright Mark Rees and produced by his Single Story Theatre Company, Delicate Flowers tells the story of Barbara Buttrick, the young boxer and wrestler from Hessle, East Yorkshire, who fought adversity in her personal life in the 1940s and ‘50s to fight opponents in the ring.

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Beverley Come Out On Top As They Beat Heath In A Thriller

Beverley Come Out On Top As They Beat Heath In A Thriller

What a match. This was what proper rugby at its best is all about. Two sides at the top of their game going hell for leather for eighty minutes – and with never a hint of ill-temper from start to finish. The result could have gone either way.

After a 66 point feast of scoring only two points separated the sides at the end and neither could have complained at the outcome whichever way it went. Beforehand there was an air of expectancy. Beverley arrived here on the back of four consecutive bonus-point wins and Heath’s recent record was not much inferior.

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