On 2 September there was a preview of the some of the forthcoming events of the Beverley Georgian Festival.
Opened by the Chairman of East Riding of Yorkshire Council in the Treasure House, Beverley, guests were shown a new time-line of Beverley and the world from 1714-1837, could buy a book called Cabbages and Kings: Saturday Market, Beverley, and watch a film about Georgian Beverley and its buildings.
All there could also enjoy the 1714 ale specially brewed for the Festival by the local micro brewery, Atom Beers.
The next event is the tasting of the delicious Beverley Bun – in Saturday Market, a central stall with organisers urging people to come along and try it for themselves.
On Saturday people will also have the chance to get their hands on the Cabbages and Kings book that will also be on sale then for only £6 which has many pictures and good stories of the 900-year-old market.
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