Two teams of Beverley girls are teaming up for one day to support their chosen charity Bundles of Joy. Girls from a range of Beverley schools are taking part in Humberside Police’s Lifestyle challenge.
They have all picked Bundles of Joy as their nominated charity, are working together to provide a small summer fair in partnership with Toll Gavel Methodist Church.
As preparations get underway for the Arctic Corsair to be re-berthed in Hull, the story of its builder, Cook, Welton & Gemmell of Beverley, is about to receive a big-screen preview showing at the town’s Parkway Cinema in August.
‘Trawling Through Time: The Story Of Cook, Welton & Gemmell, Shipbuilders’ is the culmination of the East Riding Archives project of the same name, sponsored by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Following the success of previous sell-out family shows, She Productions present a revised version of their 2015 success The Three Kingdoms, one of the 4 musicals in their Young People’s Programme supported by Arts Council England.
East Riding Theatre’s Company in Residence will produce 4 family shows throughout 2019 to enable children to experience the magic of theatre from a young age. The programme also offers a professional mentorship scheme for young aspiring theatre-makers and childcare subsidy to support actors who are parents or caregivers.
Saturday, 3 August will see two more events at the Treasure House in Beverley as part of the exciting Events Programme to accompany the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.
Wild Art for Little Ones between 10am and 11am will be an event for Under Fives and their grown ups – a chance to make bright, bold wildlife art to take home, with artist Claire West. Participants should dress for mess!
On Saturday, 27 July, visitors to the Treasure House in Beverley will be able to visit the award-winning Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, and from 11am – 1pm, there will be a showcase of the stunning imagery that award-winning local photographer Steve Race has captured.