Body Art With Pete McNally

Oct 20, 2010

Local Artist Pete Mac held an open day where he demonstrated how spray paint can be used to create painless works of art on people’s bodies. The event held was held at Just Gentleman Barbers in Beverley where he has a studio. On the day he painted a number of bodies including Charlie Hudson who had a set of abdominals painted to his chest. Pete said; “The paints we use…

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Discreet Diner Descends on Bar Fusion

Sep 10, 2010

It was a lovely evening and Wednesday Market was gently humming with the sound of happy diners enjoying the last of the day’s sunshine.  Bar Fusion’s outside area was full so we went inside. This place oozes style and sophistication, the decor is modern and funky, large chandeliers twinkle over stylish seating and chunky furniture. We were greeted by a very friendly and helpful barman and after choosing from an…

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Sweeping Back Time With Local Chimney Sweep Jethro

Sep 7, 2010

Having been a professional chimney sweep for over 30 years, there’s not much that Jethro Vivian doesn’t know about modern chimneys and their problems. But it’s not chimney-sweeping in today’s world that really interests Jethro.  He has spent many years researching the chimney-sweeping trade as it was during the reign of Queen Victoria, and now, dressed as a 19th century Master Sweep, Jethro is sharing this knowledge with schoolchildren throughout…

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Replacing Down-Pipes With Steve Rial

Sep 3, 2010

As beautiful as historic buildings are, they take some looking after, as Steve Rial is only too well aware. Having worked at Beverley Minster for almost 21 years, Steve has been instrumental in the preservation and repair of this stunning piece of history that took 200 years to build, and is therefore between 800 and 600 years old depending on which part you are looking at. One of Steve’s current…

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HU17’s Discreet Diner Gives The Molescroft Inn the THUMBS UP!

Aug 14, 2010

Hearing that there is a new Kitchen Team at The Molescroft Inn, The Discreet Diner decided to pay a visit. We hadn’t booked a table but as we were relatively early (accidentally in time to take advantage of the great Early Bird Menu – 2 meals for a Tenner!) there were tables free. This a family pub – catering for children (a baby’s bottle was warmed up by the bar…

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Q & A With Musicians Fern and Harry

Jul 27, 2010

First show? I’ve been performing as a solo artist for over two years now, in various different venues all over the country including Beverley, Lincoln, Hull, Newcastle and many more. Since starting university studying creative music technology I have formed my own band where we play both my original material and unique takes on popular songs. The band consists of a drummer, bassist and myself on guitar and vocals. These…

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Continental-Style Cafe Culture @ Wednesday Market

Jun 11, 2010

Wednesday Market may be Beverley’s very own ‘Latin Quarter’ – but still not enough is being done to promote this increasingly attractive area of town according to two local business people. Les and Chris Willicombe have run the Queen’s Head, Wednesday Market, for the past five and a half years and are passionate about the alternative atmosphere the area provides. Over the past few years, a huge amount of work…

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G Jack & Son Celebrate their 50th Anniversary in Beverley

May 25, 2010

Home delivery may no longer be the name of the game, but a real interest in customers’ lives is still at the core of Beverley delicatessen G and A Jack. The popular Wednesday Market shop, run by Duncan Jack and his wife Joy, is this month celebrating its 50th anniversary as one of the town’s most popular and best loved businesses. Like most aspects of Beverley life, G and A…

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