The exhibition, called “Capturing Beverley”, contains over 100 beautiful images that were submitted to the Guildhall website over the past year. The Capturing Beverley exhibition runs until 24 February, 2017.
“We were really pleased with the quality of the photographs and I think we have selected a sufficient variety to provide a wonderfully diverse display.
“To complement the exhibition we are including some images from the art gallery collection to show how the town has been pictured in the past. We hope that visitors will enjoy this highly visual exhibition as a change from our normal social history topics. The social history will return in March with an exhibition on Keldgate.”
The Guildhall, which is located in Register Square adjacent to the main post office, is open every Wednesday from 10am to 1pm and every Friday from 10am to 4pm with free admission.
There will also be an additional open day for the Festival of Christmas from 10am to 3pm on Sunday 11 December. The building will be closed between Christmas and New year.
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