A travelling exhibition revealing the hidden histories of the Humber Bridge will get underway this week.
The exhibition is part of the Hidden Histories of the Humber Bridge project – an oral history project which aims to capture the stories of people whose lives’ have been shaped by the iconic, Grade One listed structure.
A teenager who launched his car detailing business with a just few cleaning products in the back of a Mini is now serving the international supercar market after opening his state-of-the-art studio.
Harry Hall progressed from mobile car cleaning to setting up a small studio in an outhouse. Now his ATD – Attention to Detail – company has space for up to eight cars at The Trade Yard, Beverley, with well-heeled clients dropping off prestige brands and even supercars, with bookings coming in from as far afield as Dartford, Brighton and even Spain.
Humberside Police officers have reported another significant shift in morale, according to the Police Federation Annual National Pay and Morale survey 2019.
Not only are Humberside Police officers reporting the most improved morale of any force nationally, as can be seen from the national bar chart for each force, Humberside are also 1st in several key categories out of every force in the country.
Beverley’s winter music festival, Stage4Beverley returns for its fourth year in February (12th – 16th ), and as the event has gained in popularity with a sold-out show already and more about to sell out.
Wednesday 12th February sees the launch with the legendary blues duo Paul Jones and Dave Kelly, founder members of the Blues Band, followed by a rare performance by BBC Radio 2 and 6Music and Glastonbury TV presenter, Mark Radcliffe. He will be inviting the audience to an intimate evening of his own songs and accompanying stories.
After a week of torrential rain, Hull Ionians were able to put on their festival albeit having to use all the space they had to ensure that matches could take place, closing off the lowest-lying pitches at the far end of the ground due to standing water.
Beverley U11’s turned up with a full-strength squad of 11 for the 9-a-side matches. After the changes to the layout due to the waterlogging, pitches were made smaller and teams played 7-a-side matches which impacted on the way the games played out.