Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has welcomed the Government’s confirmation that East Riding Council will see its core budget increase by £17.7 million this year – a 7.2% increase.
Creating more space for many homeowners is something that is always on their mind. For many people, their first thought is to extend their home. However, there are other ways in which you can get that extra space.
Westwood Shepherd Huts a company in Beverley is paving the way when it comes to creating additional space.
Brand new plans to improve the A164 and replace the Jock’s Lodge Junction near Beverley have been unveiled by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
The preferred scheme will go on show to the public at two exhibitions later this month, giving residents a chance to have their say on the proposals.
Five-star housebuilder Barratt Developments Yorkshire East, which includes the Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes brands, has announced that it is to launch eight new developments in the East Yorkshire region this year, building over 1,100 new homes and supporting 1,060 jobs.
This year, over £90million will be invested into the construction of developments in the East Yorkshire, including Beverley, Hessle and Brough.
Liberal Democrat opposition councillors on East Riding of Yorkshire Council are pushing for a Park and Ride Scheme to be funded this year, as a solution to the ever-growing problems of commuter parking in the town.
At the Council’s budget meeting on Thursday 13 February, the Liberal Democrats will propose an alternative budget which will use Council reserves to fund the £4.5 million scheme on the south side of Beverley.
Whilst casino aficionados in Beverley must travel to nearby Hull to enjoy an evening’s entertainment on the roulette, blackjack or poker table, a new casino site has launched in Beverley aimed at giving players full, up to date and accurate information about what players should consider players should consider before signing up to an online casino.
Microgaming Casinos Land has just been launched with the help of Beverley-based creative design agency Communique Advertising. The new site focuses solely on providing players everything they need to know about the best online casinos which use the most popular and reputable casino software provider out there – Microgaming.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, took the opportunity to visit Beverley Men in Sheds – one of three similar projects combatting social isolation in his constituency.
With other projects in Withernsea and Hornsea, the Beverley branch runs in Oldroyd’s Corner inside Beverley Garden Centre. The purpose of the Shed is for older men (and women) to connect while taking part in activities that are often similar to those of garden sheds up and down the country.
The Stage4Beverley festival, now in its 4th year, looks set for a sell-out of all its main concerts.
With interest in the festival having increased since its conception in 2017, the Artistic Director, Chris Wade says they are all highly delighted that sales of tickets have exceeded all expectations this year.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s countryside access team will be arranging an exciting half term event this February.
The event – Build a Bird Box – takes place on Tuesday, 18 February at Beverley Parks Local Nature Reserve (post code: HU17 0RN), and participants can arrive anytime from 10am-1pm.
Cllr Denis Healy says that residents in the East Riding are getting an inadequate service from the local authority.
His comments come after a resident was advised it would take three months to get a response to his concerns relating to speeding traffic.
A series of roadshows are being held across the East Riding to inform local businesses, community groups and members of the public how they can get involved in the 2020 Tour de Yorkshire.
This year’s race will start in Beverley’s Saturday Market on Thursday, 30 April.
A driver training school, where the pupils can be up to seven years away from being able to take their driving test, has given more than 2,500 lessons at its Beverley venue.
Young Driver, which is the UK’s largest pre-17 driver education programme, aims to create a safer next generation of motorists and has been running at the Defence School of Transport in Leconfield near Beverley since July 2018.
Beverley Community Lift (BCL) is celebrating the start of the transport charity’s golden jubilee year by taking delivery of its latest minibus.
It has taken BCL three years to raise the funds needed to buy the vehicle, which maintains the charity’s fleet at five. The 16-seater, named Clover, is already in use for shopping trips and outings.
Owner of Kubana Bar in Beverley says his decision close was purely a commercial decision. Revellers in the town after a late drink will need to find an alternative venue.
The local Businessman who operates other businesses in the town said it was a tough decision.
Extra charging points for electric vehicles will soon be available in locations across the East Riding including Beverley.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has secured a grant of £50,000 from the Office for Low Emission Vehicles. As a result of the funding seven electric chargers will be installed in the region.
Westwood Shepherd Huts owner Jason Stonehouse says that partnering with Beverley RUFC is an ideal way to help promote their business.
Westwood Shepherd Huts is a family-owned business specialising in the designing and building of bespoke Shepherd Huts. They have just helped kit out the under 14 squad with new training kits.
The Old School House in New Walkergate, Beverley, has been rated as “outstanding” overall after the Care Quality Commission (CQC) conducted an unannounced inspection.
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council-run care home maintained its outstanding rating in the “Well Led” section when the CQC visited the premises on 18, 21 and 22 November and was also rated as “outstanding” in the “Effective”, “Caring” and “Responsive” categories.
Eight pupils from Swinemoor Primary School have excelled scooping top marks in nationally recognised music exams.
Pupils from the school hit all the right notes impressing judges to secure top grades in their singing exams.