• Voluntary Organisations In Beverley Benefit Positive Activities Grants
  • Beverley U8s Host Bridlington and Hullensians At Beaver Park
  • Spring Arrives At Bishop Burton As Thousands Of Visitors Flock To Lambing Spectacular
  • RUGBY LEAGUE : Blue & Golds Face East Hull In 40/20 Cup
  • Bishop Burton College Poised For Biggest Ever Lambing Sunday
HU17.net Magazine Issue 340

HU17.net Magazine Issue 340

HU17.net Magazine Issue 340 is out and features a selection of content from the HU17.net Web Site. The magazine can be purchased from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way.

This week issues features a collection of articles and also photos from Flems Fight Night which saw hundreds of Bevelrey turn out to support a fund raising boxing night.

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Voluntary Organisations In Beverley Benefit Positive Activities Grants

Voluntary Organisations In Beverley Benefit Positive Activities Grants

Voluntary youth organisations across the region are celebrating after receiving grants at a ceremony hosted by the East Riding of Yorkshire youth and family support service.

Positive Activities Grants totalling £52,000 were awarded to successful youth organisations from across the county by the chairman of East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Councillor John Dennis, at a ceremony at County Hall in Beverley.

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Beverley U14s Enjoy Convincing Win Away At Malton

Beverley U14s Enjoy Convincing Win Away At Malton

Beverley Under 14s had a convincing 29-12 win away at Malton on Sunday, having beaten the Malton team 69-0 at home earlier in the season they knew this would be a very different game, Malton would be stronger and the referee was likely to favour the home team and the pre match assumptions proved to be correct.

That said so long as Beverley played structured rugby and were disciplined in response to decisions they would come through and win the game.

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Petition Launched Against Education Funding Cuts For Beverley Schools

Petition Launched Against Education Funding Cuts For Beverley Schools

East Riding Councillor, Denis Healy, has launched a petition after figures reveal the devastating impact that the Government’s £3bn cuts to education funding will have on East Riding schools, including Longcroft School and Beverley High School.

Schools in the East Riding are bracing themselves for budget reductions of £14.9m in real terms by 2019, meaning an 8% cut in pupil funding, equivalent to 400 teachers’ jobs.

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MP Offers His Support For Continuing Use Of Glyphosate Which Some Say Is Carcinogenic To Humans

MP Offers His Support For Continuing Use Of Glyphosate Which Some Say Is Carcinogenic To Humans

Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart met local farmers at Mr Jono Dixon’s farm in Patrington, to discuss their concerns about calls from several environmental groups to ban the well-known weed killer, glyphosate.

Some studies have shown that glyphosate is safe but further studies have also highlighted the chemical as a probable human carcinogen limited evidence that suggests glyphosate may act as an oestrogen mimic, which is of significance for breast cancer risk.

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Operation Yuletide Tackling Retail Crime

Humberside Police Issue Statement Following The London Terror Incident

Following the tragic events that unfolded in London yesterday, Assistant Chief Constable Andy McDyer said: “Our deepest sympathies go out to all those affected by the tragic events in Westminster, to the family of PC Keith Palmer and those who lost their lives.

“The safety of the public remains our top priority and I want to reassure the people of Hull, East Riding and Northern Lincolnshire that we are reviewing all security in light of yesterday’s incident.

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