Street Art Hull Gallery Pops Up At Flemingate In Run Up To Christmas

Street Art Hull Gallery Pops Up At Flemingate In Run Up To Christmas
December 8, 2016

Some of Hull and East Yorkshire’s most talented amateur artists have opened a temporary gallery at Beverley’s Flemingate centre in the run-up to Christmas.

Founded in 2012, Street Art Hull is a collective of 25 local amateur artists who exhibit their work throughout the year at pop-up galleries and outdoor marquees in Hull and East Yorkshire and as part of the Humber Street Market in Hull’s Fruit Market district on the third Sunday of every month.

Read More >>

Think Carefully Before Buying A Puppy This Christmas

Think Carefully Before Buying A Puppy This Christmas
December 8, 2016

People looking at adding a new puppy to their family this Christmas should check they are buying from a reputable, licensed breeder.

Over the last year, East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s licensing team have received 15 allegations of unlicensed breeders operating in this area advertising

Read More >>

Yorkshire Skincare Specialist Launches Signature Serum

Yorkshire Skincare Specialist Launches Signature Serum
December 7, 2016

A Yorkshire skincare expert has launched an anti-ageing serum in response to consumer concerns about wrinkles and vertical lines.

Beverley, East Yorkshire based Dr Katerina Steventon has launched ‘4′, an anti-ageing serum that is inspired by her 20 years’ scientific research, professional expertise and salon experience.

Read More >>

Campaigners in Cherry Burton Celebrate As Fairtrade Village Signs Go Up

Campaigners in Cherry Burton Celebrate As Fairtrade Village Signs Go Up
December 7, 2016

Campaigners in Cherry Burton are celebrating after “Fairtrade Village” signs were erected by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council on each of the four roads leading into the village.

Thanks to the generous support of village-based businesses who funded the signs, the village now has visible reminders of its status for residents and visitors alike.

Read More >>

MP & Mayor To Join Forces In Protest Over Possible Hospital Closure

MP & Mayor To Join Forces In Protest Over Possible Hospital Closure
December 7, 2016

MP Graham Stuart and the Mayor of Beverley Cllr Robert Begnett are urging locals to protest against the possible closure of the East Riding Community Hospital Minor Injuries Unit even though it already looks likely to escape the NHS axe.

Plans for closures of the region’s MIUs are currently being debated by the East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group, and with millions of pounds needed to be saved, at least three of the region’s six units will be closed.

Read More >>

Councillors To Consider Final Proposals For Supported Bus Services

Councillors To Consider Final Proposals For Supported Bus Services
December 6, 2016

Final proposals for East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s supported bus services are due to be considered by senior councillors next week.

The report, due to go before Cabinet members on Tuesday, 13 December, will include a number of amended proposals following an extensive transport needs assessment and formal public consultation.

Read More >>

Potting Shed Beverley Install Yurt So Festive Drinkers Can Enjoy The Garden

Potting Shed Beverley Install Yurt So Festive Drinkers Can Enjoy The Garden
December 6, 2016

Beverley’s Potting Shed is glamping up its Christmas celebrations by installing a yurt in its garden. The gastro pub on Flemingate wants customers to carry on enjoying the outdoors right through the festive season and into the New Year.

But being under this canvas will be more chilled out than chilly, thanks to a log burner to keep everyone warm and toasty when the temperatures drop outside.

Read More >>

Gary Horrocks Joins HU17 as Arts and Cultural Editor

Gary Horrocks Joins HU17 as Arts and Cultural Editor
December 5, 2016

HU17.net is pleased to announce the appointment of Gary Horrocks as Arts and Cultural Editor.

Gary leads the International Judy Garland Club and has researched her life and times for over 17 years. He is editor of the Club’s journal, a respected publication and a primary source of invaluable archival material for many serious Garland biographers and researchers.

Read More >>

HU17.net Magazine Issue 326

HU17.net Magazine Issue 326
December 5, 2016

HU17.net Magazine Issue 326 is out and features a selection of content from the HU17.net Web Site. The magazine can be purchased from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way.

This weeks issue features pictures from the Beverley Musical Theatre and Longcroft School’s musical Chicago.

Read More >>

Final Countdown to Beverley Festival of Christmas 2016

Final countdown to Beverley Festival of Christmas 2016
December 5, 2016

There is just under a week to go until the annual Beverley Festival of Christmas on Sunday, 11 December, from 10am-4pm, and final preparations are being put in place.

This year’s event starts with a parade from Wednesday Market to Saturday Market and will include an appearance from Santa and his reindeer, marching bands, Bernese mountain dogs

Read More >>

Operation Yuletide : Tackling Retail Crime Over The Festive Period

Operation Yuletide Tackling Retail Crime
December 5, 2016

As part of Humberside Police’s Operation Yuletide activity this festive period extra patrols will be out in high footfall shopping areas across the force to reassure the public and businesses that crime and anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated.

In retail areas uniformed officers and PCSOs will be providing high visibility patrols at key times in the run up to Christmas, with support from covert resources.

Read More >>

Coletta & Tyson Are Dreaming Of A White Christmas

Coletta & Tyson Are Dreaming Of A White Christmas
December 2, 2016

This year we would highly recommend visiting Coletta & Tyson Garden Centre, Woodmansey, Beverley, where you will receive a friendly welcome from staff that focus on delivering you innovation, quality, service and value, not just this Christmas but all year round.

Coletta & Tyson is a second-generation horticultural family company established for over 70 years proud of their East Yorkshire heritage and humble beginnings that are traced back to allotments

Read More >>