The housing market for the Beverley area is set for another tough year as economic uncertainties continue to limit any price rises. Despite many government-led initiatives such as the removal of stamp duty, it seems that increased living costs and fears over a rise in interest rates will put many people off buying a new home in 2018.
Last year saw both the number of homes sold and their prices decreasing across the whole of the HU17 area. Compared to a relative high point in 2014, the number of home sales in the HU17 region was at its lowest point since 2009. And when coupled with a sudden drop in prices compared to 2016, it seems that the market is set for a tough year.
I live in rural East Yorkshire and there are many things I am grateful for in my life and one of those things is my love of wildlife in our wonderful county, particularly Beverley Westwood, our remote yet beautiful coastline and respect for living things all of which bring me more joy than I can express
Do you remember the good times you had going for trick-r-treating when you were a kid? Gathering your best friends and making your way into the neighbourhood, hoping weather won’t be too cold to handle things!
Then when you grew a little old, Halloween time became an excuse for watching scary movies (It’s the month of Halloween and to get you in the mood, we’ve put together a list of five of the best scary movies of all time), dressing up and scaring others like a kid once again! For many people, the love of Halloween becomes a badge of honour that they must live up to even well into their adulthood.
Beverley gaming fans returning from the Yorkshire Games Festival in Bradford this week may recognise themselves in figures released pertaining to the performance of the gaming industry.
The great and good of the country’s gaming industry descended on West Yorkshire to discuss matters including the future of gaming, and students of nearby Hull University’s nationally-renowned Computer Science courses were offered the opportunity to absorb the expertise of iconic developers from around the UK.
Dating. It’s not easy, is it? The anxiety of approaching someone you like the look of, the difficulty in striking up interesting conversation and then the stress of that nervy first date – the dating game is a tricky game to navigate. Luckily, Beverley and its neighbours are decent spots to reduce the difficulty rating a touch.
There are an abundance of places to meet someone around the town, and indeed the wider East Riding area. But these days, the one you come to love might only be a click or a swipe away.
In the world of online casinos, there are a variety of slots to choose from. Some players enjoy playing simple 3-reel slots as they have the most nostalgic value, while others may prefer 5-reel video slots with enhanced graphics, animation and sound effects.
Alternatively, iGaming fans who have a history of playing console or PC games will probably enjoy multi-level bonus slot titles, as players aim to complete different levels and eventually the entire game.
Are you tired of the 9-5, had enough of being told to do by managers or simply want to have a more family-friendly existence? If the answer’s “yes” to one or more of these questions then it could be time for a career change and a move into self-employment.
It’s certainly a boom time for it with more and more businesses being set up each month. In fact figures show that over 340,000 opened their doors for business in the first six months of 2016 alone.
Within the world of globalisation, there are still times that we tend to feel alone in the crowd.
Many people often experience loneliness for various reasons, but mainly because they miss a like-minded friend, who would join them in activities, such as enjoying a good movie at the cinema or a play at the theatre or even just for a walk talking about their interests while drinking a coffee.
Gary Horrocks – writer, IT/information professional and editor of “Judy Garland – a Celebration” – discusses Beverley Film Society’s upcoming BIG SCREEN showcase of A Star is Born, Beverley Parkway Cinema, Sunday October 15th.
“‘A Star Is Born’, in all of its restored 181 minute glory, is very much Judy Garland’s triumph, conceived as a showcase for her extraordinary talent as a singer, dancer, actress and comedienne.
The prominence of eSports and its entertainment factor in the UK has been brought to light recently with the appointment of university graduate Jack Stewart to the newly made position of an eSports journalist for The Daily Mail newspaper.
The Eastbourne graduate had completed a degree in Sports Journalism BA (Hons) at the University of Brighton. He had written about eSports during his course as a topic that he felt passionate about.