A bus company is to launch a new later service to help two villages near Beverley following a request from residents.
Villagers in Cherry Burton appealed to councils and bus operators to provide a later service back from Beverley on weekdays, as the last bus currently departs from the town at 3.35pm during school term times, and 3pm during school holidays.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is appealing for information to help find the owners of 10 sunken vessels in the River Hull located between Tickton and Beverley Beck, as it finalises plans to remove them in September.
The vessels have been identified as causing an obstruction in the river and it was decided to remove them as part of the River Hull Integrated Catchment Strategy (RHICS), adopted by the River Hull Board in July 2015 and supported by the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership, designed to improve the flow of the river and reduce the risk of flooding for local communities.
The blue and golds season will be on the line today when they take on East Hull at the Beverley Leisure Centre in their 2.30pm kick-off.
Beverley are looking to secure a top four spot and qualify for the play-offs. Realistically, the hosts must win as they lie in 5th place level on points with fourth placed Bentley whose point difference is superior by 35.
A new free exhibition is coming to Beverley Art Gallery on Saturday 2 September : ‘Edgelands : Exploring the Margins of Urban Living’ will run until Saturday 14 October.
‘Edgelands’ was a name dreamt up some 20 years ago to describe aspects of the changing face of Britain. The paintings in this exhibition are by artists from the recently formed Contemporary British Painting group.