The last weekend of this month, 26th – 28th October, sees the second ever Beverley Blues Festival. The event takes place at the historic Sun Inn, overseen by the magnificent Beverley Minster and Hodgsons’ public house, situated next to the Beverley Leisure Centre.
Opera Box will be making a welcome return to the Toll Gavel United Church, Beverley, on Thursday, 8 November(7.30pm) with ‘Mozartissimo, An Evening of Mozart Opera.’
Weddings are an expensive business, whichever way they are looked at, and very often the burden of the cost is shouldered in the large part by the proud parents of the bride and groom.
The annual Local and Family History Bookfair will be held in the Treasure House, in Beverley, on Saturday, 20 October. The bookfair is hosted by the East Riding Archives and Local Studies Service and is now in its 26th year
Beverley Library will roar into action on Saturday, 13 October, at 10.30am, as Paul Stickland’s ‘Dinosaur Roar’ event for children aged from two years gets underway and kicks-off the popular Children’s Literature Festival.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has invited members of the public to attend a free festival to celebrate Apples at Beverley Parks Local Nature Reserve on Sunday, 14 October at the Millennium Orchard, Beverley Parks, from 11am-3pm, suitable for all ages.
Unique are delighted to present two dedicated ‘Client Evenings’ at their Cottingham and Beverley Salons – offering live demonstrations, client/stylist consultations, Christmas gift packs and a charity raffle.
Beverley Rugby Union Football Club are hosting a rugby tag festival at their ground on Norwood in Beverley. The festival is on Tuesday 9th October between 3.30pm and 5.15pm.
The Barn House in Walkington is hosting a night of live music this month, when local musicians will be showcasing their talent at the venue’s first Open Mic Night on the 12th October. The event has been organised by Beverley musician Laura Douse, vocalist of the band Sea of Wires. Laura Says:
Literature lovers across Yorkshire have just two weeks to wait until the tenth Beverley Literature Festival gets under-way. Organised by the East Riding Library Service, this year’s programme is packed full of events to suit all tastes and ages, ranging from readings and performances to workshops and activities for children.
A group of local women have decided to make it their mission to try to change the way that people think about art, believing that art is for everyone and not just a few. Calling themselves ‘Beverley Creatives’, they are putting on a display of their work in the Beverley Minster from Monday 1st to Sunday 8th October
Intoto Kitchens, Hengate are inviting members of the public and fellow local business owners to attend an event, they are hosting to raise money for MacMillan Cancer Support.
Humberside police are hosting a hard hitting young driver event at Bishop Burton College on Thursday 4 October 2012, educating students the dangers of dangerous driving.
Take the opportunity to step into the world of blind and partially sighted people at this unique sponsored walk across the Humber Bridge. The event, hosted by Guide Dogs is to be held on Sunday 14th October between 10am and 1pm. Starting at the North Tower and working in teams of two, participants can be sponsored to blindfold walk
For those currently putting themselves through the regime of a grueling weight-loss diet, spare a thought for those who used to live at Hedon Workhouse during the 1830s, who were put through a diet of gruel.
The museum and art gallery on the first floor at the Treasure House in Champney Road, Beverley, will be open on Bank Holiday Monday (3rd May) from 9.30am – 5pm, offering a range of exhibitions, as well as a gift shop. Current displays include the unique South Cave weapons cache and a final chance to see the replica of one of the Iron Age swords from the cache. In Gallery…