A community art installation at Beverley’s Flemingate centre is spreading messages of hope and peace for the year ahead.
The project, entitled “1,000 Origami Doves of Peace”, saw members of the public and local school children create folded paper doves, each with an individual message of hope and positivity are hidden inside.
Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart has written to the Chief Executive of the Post Office and asked for the consultation on the proposed move of Beverley Post Office into a franchise in the branch of WHSmith on Toll Gavel to be widened to include the fundamental issue of closing the Crown Post Office at Register Square.
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.
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.
Tourism businesses across Hull and East Yorkshire are being urged not to miss out on the chance to grab an industry “Oscar” and put themselves firmly in the spotlight.
The “go for glory” fanfare was sounded by Visit Hull and East Yorkshire tourism manager Andy Gray with the deadline for this year’s Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards – the REYTAs – fast approaching.
Before Christmas, students at Longcroft School and Sixth Form College lent their support to the East Riding Food Bank.
A large number of items were generously donated by students, families and members of staff, as part of a drive to raise awareness of this important local charity, which supports many people in Beverley and the surrounding area.
With Christmas and the New Year behind us, it’s now time to look ahead at what is on offer over the next few months to brighten up the Winter before the sun finally brings warmth to us all and Spring arrives.
The Stage4Beverley festival is certainly one event that promises to bring a glow to us all, and a sell-out concert already and another almost sold out, those wishing to buy tickets would be well advised to check out the programme which offers great variety over the five day festival in February.
Beverley Town were held at home by Chalk Lane as the sides shared six goals in a thrilling 3-3 draw.
Beverley went 1-0 following a well-worked goal from Karl Fitzgerald. Chalk had a good penalty appeal turned away, both teams created some good chances but neither side could convert. The first half was played at a frantic pace, with both teams determined to get a foothold on the game.