Following on from National Men’s Health Week this year Macmillan Cancer Support want to encourage the conversation of men’s cancer, men’s health and what you can do to help.
Many market towns can be found across the length and breadth of the country and none more so than in East Yorkshire, where the market has been central to the growth of its towns.
The histories of East Riding towns, such as Beverley, Driffield, Pocklington, Howden and Market Weighton, to name but a few, are entwined with the enduring presence of vibrant markets.
East Riding residents who signed up for the latest round of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s YORSwitch scheme can save an average of £165 each following an auction between energy companies.
The council partnered with iChoosr, the UK’s leading expert in collective energy switching, together were able to deliver bespoke and highly competitive tariffs.
East Yorkshire Thoroughbred Classic Car Club say that they were delighted with how their event went in Beverley which set a new record for the number of cars on display.
Not only were there a record number of cars, the club also say that more businesses chose to stay open adding to the ambience of the night.
Tesco in Beverley have handed over thousands of pounds to The Old School House Care Home after they won the customer’s vote for in the Bags of Help incentive.
Winning for March and April, The Old School House Care Home will use the funds to deliver a project called Digging for Dementia.
Beverley Street Angels were given a cash boost after they benefited from an incentive run by the Kings Head Hotel in Beverley.
During a three month period the Kings Head Hotel donated 50p for each and every burger sold at the Saturday Market venue to the Beverley Street Angels charity.
Cllr Denis Healy has welcomed the award of £25,000 from the Council’s “Commuted Sums” funding pot for the St. Mary’s Company of the Beverley Church Lads’ & Church Girls’ Brigade.
A Beverley organisation, hey provide a safe environment for children and young people to establish friendships, grow in confidence and develop skills.
Cherry Burton Residents are celebrating after they finally got a safe footpath in the village following a wait lasting over 10 years.
Funding for the project to install the ‘Cherry Burton Trod’ was awarded by the EU LEADER project, together with a contribution from the Parish Council.
Peter Waring, who runs Field House Farm at Cherry Burton has been elected as the new Holstein UK President, a prestigious role that will see him represent the society at key industry events.
Peter who is married to Judith, operates Field House Farm with his family, running a milk producing herd. He was elected by fellow members at the Holstein UK AGM held at Cave Castle in South Cave.
Cafe V owners Graham and Jayne Ledger have expressed their gratitude to their customers and staff as the couple celebrated a successful first year since taking on the business.
Located on Sow Hill, Graham and Jayne say support has been good over the past twelve months and they are slowly making changes personalising the Cafe.
Chequers Micropub in Beverley celebrate their fifth year since Ian Allott opened in the historic market town.
Breaking the mould Ian opened Chequers Micropub in Swabys Yard following a desire for a career change and show he heard on BBC Radio 4.
A series of seven cycle maps, which include 41 rides of varying lengths across the East Riding, are now available to download onto smart phones or other compatible devices.
Designed by the council’s transport policy team, the maps can be found on the authority’s website.
Beverley will play host this week to the East Yorkshire Thoroughbred Car Club as they hold their ever popular Midsummer Gathering in the town.
Taking place this coming Wednesday, 20 June from 6PM to 9PM Saturday Market and the Town Centre of Beverley will be taken over by some of the most iconic cars and motor vehicles from years gone by.
HU17.net Magazine Issue 403 is out and available to purchase from Molescroft News on Woodhall Way.
This week’s edition features a selection of local news as well as photos from Beverley Town Football Club who hosted Paul Merson and the Let’s Dance 2018 event.
The Women’s game that is taking centre stage at the East Riding Theatre in Beverley later this month.
Offside, a play by Sabrina Mahfouz and Hollie McNish is inspired by real, untold stories from the world of women’s football.
Beverley Town Council and St Mary’s Church are supporting the nationwide ‘Great Get Together’ event aimed at promoting the community to come together to celebrate.
The Great Get Together was set up in memory of the MP Jo Cox, who was killed in June 2016 by an extremist while holding a street surgery in her constituency.