Pupils From Twinned Town Visit Beverley

Nov 5, 2009

Two primary schools in Beverley are due to receive a visit today from a German school based in Beverley’s twinned town of Lemgo in Germany. The visit has been arranged as part of a project called sharing resources for innovation and cohesion (SHRINC) and pupils and teachers from the Suedschule in Lemgo and representatives from the Stadtisches Museum Lemgo will visit Keldmarsh and Molescroft Primary Schools for a two day…

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Dick Whittington & Sam the Cat

Nov 4, 2009

Dick Whittington & Sam the Cat will be performed by the Beverley Musical Theatre at the Beverley Memorial Hall in November. Shows run from the 25th November through to the 29th November. Tickets are available from by calling B Hastings on 01482 869553 or from the Beverley Music Centre located on Norwood.

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Crumbs Deli Ready to Open

Nov 3, 2009

Crumbs Deli opens it doors to the public this Thursday, owners Andy & Caroline have progressed from providing buffets for friends to opening a delicatessen. Crumbs Deli will look to build on their recent success where they received a first prize in the Beverley Food Festival Awards 2009 at the Tickton Grange Hotel. From 9am they will be taking their first orders and serving up a selection of home made…

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Cycling Hat Trick For Beverley

Nov 3, 2009

The medieval market town of Beverley has been chosen by British Cycling to host the Blue Riband event of UK town centre racing in 2010. The town will make cycling history by hosting the National Elite Circuit Race Championships for the third consecutive year. The championship will see 70 top racers tackle a town centre circuit on the evening of Friday, 16 July and is the highlight of a three-day…

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Premier League of Pool

Nov 3, 2009

Coming soon the Hodgson Pub, Beverley is a bright new era for Pool players in Beverley and surrounding areas. In conjunction with Charity Exhibitions the league will help raise money for Hearing Dogs For The Deaf. Charity Exhibitions ‘Carl Morris said “The Premier Pool League is a great idea, and I very happy to support it.” Carl himself is deaf due to being struck down with Meningitis as a child….

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Bananaman in Beverley

Nov 3, 2009

Bananaman was out in Beverley yesterday promoting Change 4 Life a government scheme that is trying to encourage the nation to become more active. The staff of Minster Health & Fitness took to the streets of Beverley to promote the campaign; we caught up with ‘Bananaman’ back at Minster Health & Fitness where the super hero took time out to pose for photos. Above; Banana Man poses with Daniel Moore,…

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Free Parking For Christmas Shoppers

Nov 3, 2009

Shoppers making their way to the East Riding to buy Christmas gifts will benefit for the second year in a row from a free parking scheme. East Riding of Yorkshire Council is suspending parking charges at car parks throughout the East Riding during the three weekends leading up to Christmas. Councillor Stephen Parnaby OBE, leader of the council, said: “This initiative was very popular last year and we are pleased…

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Virtual Gastric Band

Nov 2, 2009

Beverley based hypnotist proves ‘Virtual Gastric Band’ is successful Trance Actions hypnotist, Sheila Granger has successfully completed a group trial to test the effects of a ‘Virtual Gastric Band’.  The astounding results showed a 99% positive result. A group comprising of twenty-one people of varying ages, lifestyles and weights shared one common factor – a history of diet plans and a struggle to maintain a satisfactory weight and size. The…

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Christmas Orders Now Being Taken

Nov 2, 2009

Coltman Butchers & Delicatessen is now taking orders for Christmas, the butchers that is only one of five independent butchers in still trading in Beverley is providing selection of meats and poultry to order. Chas told HU17.net ‘We are taking orders for Christmas, Oven ready fresh and dry frozen tukeys, geese, ducks and large roasting chickens. Prime quality beef, pork, lamb and gammons. Hand raised pork pies and game pies….

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Dig For Britain Poppy Appeal in Beverley

Nov 2, 2009

Beverley Garden Centre held a Dig for Britain themed day to help raise the awareness for the Poppy Appeal. The Garden Centre in Woodmansey had a selection of stalls including one that was being looked after Iris Newbald, an 84 year old Veteran of the Womens Land Army. Ken Marshall a Verteran of the Royal Air Force was there to support the day two. Iris Newbald, a Veteran of the…

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Hengate to Remain Open This Sunday

Road reconstruction works at Hengate, Beverley, which were scheduled to be carried out this Sunday 1 November have been called off because of the bad weather forecast. The roadworks, which include resurfacing around half of the junction on New Walkergate/Manor Road at the end of Hengate, started on Sunday, 11 October and were scheduled for seven consecutive Sundays. However, the works are well ahead of schedule and missing this Sunday…

Oct 30, 2009
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Anti Bullying Workshop

Oct 29, 2009

East riding of Yorkshire Council are hosting a free workshop for parents during Anti Bullying Week. Taking place between 7-9pm, Thursday 19 November 2009, at the East Riding Children’s Centre in Beverley. The workshop is for parents who are concerned about bullying and want to know how they can help their child and where to go for local sources of support. Bullying can have a negative impact on a young…

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Nature’s Fairest Forms

Oct 23, 2009

A new exhibition “Nature’s Fairest Forms” will go on show at Beverley Art Gallery between 24 October – 28 November. The exhibition brings together the work of two artists, Dryden Rooney and Barbara Wood. Dryden Rooney’s realistic and atmospheric paintings are done in acrylic and many are inspired by poetry from John Milton and William Wordsworth.  The paintings were all produced over the last two years and involved numerous site…

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Musick For Awhile

Oct 23, 2009

Concert Royal are presenting Musick for Awhile at Toll Gavel Methodist Church in Beverley on Thursday, 12 November 2009 at 7.30pm. Henry Purcell was England’s greatest composer of the baroque era. During his short life, spent mostly in the service of court and church, he made innovative contributions to chamber, church and theatre music.  To mark this important anniversary, Concert Royal has prepared a programme of songs, cantatas and instrumental…

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East Riding Poppy Appeal Launch

Oct 22, 2009

The Poppy Appeal in the East Riding was jointly launched in Beverley, by the Lord-Lieutenant of the East Riding of Yorkshire, the Hon. Mrs Susan Cunliffe-Lister and the Chairman of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Councillor Christopher Matthews. Pictured : Councillor Christopher Matthews, Chairman of East Riding of Yorkshire Council Mr. Alan Higbee, MBE, Chairman, Royal British Legion East Riding of Yorkshire The Hon. Mrs. Susan Cunliffe-Lister, Lord-Lieutenant of…

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Barclays Refit Misery for Neighbours

Oct 22, 2009

Barclays Bank in Beverley is currently undergoing a refit though the contractors carrying out the work seem to be showing little regard for the banks neighbours and those trying to access Beverley town centre. Outside the bank they have fenced off most of the pavement to park a van, mini digger and a generator while further down the street outside the Beaver Pub, North Bar Kitchens, Grants Restaurant and Help…

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