Local Transport Projects Celebrates 15 Years In Business

Local Transport Projects Celebrates 15 Years In Business
November 25, 2019

Local Transport Projects (LTP) has celebrated 15 years in business during which time it has grown from small start-up offices in Beverley into one of the country’s leading independent transport planning and traffic engineering practices.

Founded in 2004 by co-directors, Tony Kirby and Andy Mayo, LTP has since worked with over 770 different clients completing nearly 3,000 jobs, including 565 transport assessments and 545 road safety audits, while expanding from a team of two to more than 20 employees today.

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WASPI Women Labour Pledge Welcomed By Chloe Hopkins

WASPI Women Labour Pledge Welcomed By Chloe Hopkins
November 24, 2019

Chloe Hopkins, The Labour Party candidate in Beverley and Holderness, has welcomed Labour’s Pledge of Compensation to 1950s Born Women Hit by State Pension Age Rises

The Labour Party has announced that in government it will introduce a scheme of weekly payments to compensate the 1950s born women who were unjustly hit by the Tories’ State Pension rise.

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Man Arrested Following A Collision On Grovehill Road

November 21, 2019

A man has been arrested following a collision on Grovehill Road in Beverley at 2.45 pm on Thursday 21 November.

A black BMW collided with a parked car causing one to come to rest on top of a Vauxhall Corsa.  No one has reported any injuries and the driver of the BMW fled the scene. 

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Local Women Run Ten Miles In Aid Of The Charity FiND

Local Women Run Ten Miles In Aid Of The Charity FiND
November 21, 2019

Two local women from Beverley, Sarah Dawson and Samantha Robinson have raised over £1,000 for a local charity.

The pair who met through their children raised money for the charity ‘FIND’ by tackling a 10-mile run. Currently, FiND is trying to raise cash following a move to a new location in Cottingham.

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Hidden Histories Of The Humber Bridge To Be Revealed In Exhibition

Hidden Histories Of The Humber Bridge To Be Revealed In Exhibition
November 20, 2019

A travelling exhibition revealing the hidden histories of the Humber Bridge will get underway this week.

The exhibition is part of the Hidden Histories of the Humber Bridge project – an oral history project which aims to capture the stories of people whose lives’ have been shaped by the iconic, Grade One listed structure.

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Electors Encouraged To Register For Postal Votes To Beat Potential Bad Weather On Election Day

Electors Encouraged To Register For Postal Votes To Beat Potential Bad Weather On Election Day
November 20, 2019

People wanting to vote in next month’s general election but are concerned about not being able to get to a polling station due to potential bad weather are being urged to register for a postal vote.

The general election will take place on Thursday, 12 December, the first time a general election has been held in December since 1923, and it does mean that on polling day there could be bad weather.

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Bin Lorry Fire Sparks Appeal To Residents Not To Put Batteries In Bins

Bin Lorry Fire Sparks Appeal To Residents Not To Put Batteries In Bins
November 19, 2019

Residents in the East Riding are being urged not to put batteries or power banks in their bins – after one of them sparked a fire in a bin lorry.

One of East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s bin collection crews was forced to tackle a fire after black smoke started billowing from the back of their truck while they were working in Bridlington.

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Footballers And Celebs Taking A Shine To Entrepreneur’s Supercar Studio

Footballers And Celebs Taking A Shine To Entrepreneur’s Supercar Studio
November 18, 2019

A teenager who launched his car detailing business with a just few cleaning products in the back of a Mini is now serving the international supercar market after opening his state-of-the-art studio.

Harry Hall progressed from mobile car cleaning to setting up a small studio in an outhouse. Now his ATD – Attention to Detail – company has space for up to eight cars at The Trade Yard, Beverley, with well-heeled clients dropping off prestige brands and even supercars, with bookings coming in from as far afield as Dartford, Brighton and even Spain.

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Humberside Police Are The Best Performing Force For Morale

Humberside Police Are The Best Performing Force For Morale
November 18, 2019

Humberside Police officers have reported another significant shift in morale, according to the Police Federation Annual National Pay and Morale survey 2019.

Not only are Humberside Police officers reporting the most improved morale of any force nationally, as can be seen from the national bar chart for each force, Humberside are also 1st in several key categories out of every force in the country.

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Stage4Beverley Music Festival Tickets Are Selling Faster Than Ever

Stage4Beverley Music Festival Tickets Are Selling Faster Than Ever
November 15, 2019

Beverley’s winter music festival, Stage4Beverley returns for its fourth year in February (12th – 16th ), and as the event has gained in popularity with a sold-out show already and more about to sell out.

Wednesday 12th February sees the launch with the legendary blues duo Paul Jones and Dave Kelly, founder members of the Blues Band, followed by a rare performance by BBC Radio 2 and 6Music and Glastonbury TV presenter, Mark Radcliffe. He will be inviting the audience to an intimate evening of his own songs and accompanying stories.

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Central 42 Owner Appeals For Help After Man Leaves Owing Money

Central 42 Owner Appeals For Help After Man Leaves Owing Money
November 15, 2019

Central 42 owner Eyyup Demir is warning other business owners in the town to vigilant. His warning comes after a man entered his Saturday Market venue and left without paying.

Mr Demir says that he feels the actions of the individual were intentional. However, he also added that if it was a mistake he is welcome to settle up.

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I Do Not Vote, I Do Not Understand It

I Do Not Vote, I Do Not Understand It
November 15, 2019

I Do Not Vote, I Do Not Understand It – If I was given a pound every time I heard this or another similar reason I would be a rich man.

Voting is not a complicated thing and while you may think you do not understand it I can assure you do. In this day and age, we vote for all sorts of things, reality TV has seen to that.

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PizzaBaby Set For Festive Arrival At Flemingate Retail Park

PizzaBaby Set For Festive Arrival At Flemingate Retail Park
November 14, 2019

A new name will bring a taste of authentic Italian pizza, pasta and gelato to Beverley’s Flemingate centre when it opens its doors later this month.

Work has begun to get new restaurant PizzaBaby ready for its big reveal on Friday, November 22, with a full and extensive refurbishment to follow in the New Year.

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