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Kyle Edmund Yet To Fill The Gap Left By Andy Murray

Kyle Edmund Yet To Fill The Gap Left By Andy Murray

Kyle Edmund’s journey has been a long and impressive one, born in Johannesburg before emigrating to England to take up residence in Tickton, a mere 10 minute away from Beverley, the 24-year-old has now climbed to the top of the British male tennis rankings.

In some ways, that was the easy part, the challenge now is to surge forward and leave an impression on the game, which must be said is something that the former East Yorkshire resident is battling to do.

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MP Congratulates Teacher On Success In Bid To Become Parliament Ambassador

MP Congratulates Teacher On Success In Bid To Become Parliament Ambassador

In February this year, Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart wrote to all schools in his constituency encouraging teachers to attend the UK Parliament Teacher Ambassador Programme.

This programme is a fully-funded three-day course that runs from 1 – 3rd July and aims to equip teachers with the knowledge to inspire children about British values and our political system.

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Beverley Town Council Eye Up Acquiring Vacant School Site

Beverley Town Council Eye Up Acquiring Vacant School Site

Beverley Town Council has hit the ground running with a cross-party initiative to acquire premises that can provide administrative offices alongside facilities for the benefit of the town as a whole.

Following the first meeting of Full Council after mayor-making, members discussed the initiative and agreed that the old school buildings on St Nicholas Road could be ideal to fulfil this vision.

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