Chris Nicholson along with other staff and volunteers at Burden Road Youth Centre are nearing the end of a project that has seen them develop a garden. The project has given the youngsters a chance to make a real impact and gain valuable experience in number of skills that include brick laying. Their efforts mainly go unnoticed though every Saturday they continue to not only work on the garden but…
Beverley Cherry Tree Centre was the only group from the town to benefit from a Positive Activities Grant.
The centre located on the Swinemoor Estate were successful in their application. As a result, they were awarded £1,847.95 by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
A new Adult Learning Centre in Beverley will enable local services to provide three times as many courses following their relocation to Burden Road.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s new adult learning centre, in Beverley, is set to open in August 2016, with courses due to start for the autumn term in September.
Ali Crompton who will be standing in the local elections in May says more should be done to engage young people saying he would look to re-open up facilities in the local area if elected.
Burden Road Track Fitness and Boxing Club in Beverley celebrated its first anniversary with an open day last Friday.
The Club was opened by local people who recognised the potential of an underused asset at Burden Road Youth Centre.
Young people from Burden Road Youth Centre hosted a Christmas meal for the elders in their local community. The Christmas meal was prepared and served up by the young people who also funded some of the ingredients.
Mayor of Beverley Peter Astell officially opened the Burden Road Youth Centre Gardens this weekend. With support from local business MKM, the children have transformed the outdoor space at their club. A representative of MKM Beverley, Tom Moore attended the opening and was overwhelmed by the transformation of the garden and the hard work by the children. Andy Beet, manager of MKM Beverley commented; “This community project has made an…
The Beverley Party have released a statement ahead of the local elections without questioning who the town belongs to and also the decisions being made that are impacting the lives of the residents.
HU17.net Magazine issue 125 is available from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way. The final edition of 2012 features pictures from, around the town, Beverley Rugby Clubs Christmas Party, Conservative Party Christmas Lunch,
This week’s edition oHU17.net Magazine is available from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way. It features selection of pictures from the following events that have happened in Beverley; Shimmer – Feature on a local nail salon De Lacy Spa 1st Birthday Walkington Youth Club Presentation Megan Withers Birthday Halloween Party @ The Royal Standard Halloween Party @ Kubana Bar Halloween @ Lucias Charity Halloween Rave @ Beverley Rugby Club Rowan Jenna’s Birthday…
Mayor of Beverley Robert Begnett says a survey conducted in local schools has revealed that young people in Beverley want more activities in the town.
According to the results from the survey seem to suggest what young people want in the town is access to courses like a bake off and open days at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
Residents on Burden Road have reason to celebrate after plans to build 14 new house on a playing field have been withdrawn.
An application to build a range of affordable homes to help ease shortage of housing in area was objected to by residents who will be pleased to know will now not go ahead.
There was good news this week for residents on Swinemoor Estate who have been campaigning to preserve the “Mudhills” open space next to Queen Elizabeth playing fields on Burden Road.
You are never too old to learn new skills – that is the message from an East Riding woman who has been developing her expertise in the world of computing thanks to adult learning courses.
Beverley Town Council has voted in favour of pledging their support to Track Fitness and Boxing Club.
The motion which was put forward by Councillor Dominic Peacock at their last meeting and was deferred pending further information from East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
A motion put forward by Cllr Dominic Peacock, seconded by Cllr David Elvidge that Beverley Town Council fully support Track Fitness and Boxing Club was rejected pending further investigations.