Beverley AC celebrated the achievements of its Couch to 5k participants at Peter Pan Parkrun on Saturday 1 September, with runners taking part in the 5 kilometre run to successfully complete the 15-week course, which began in May.
Twenty-seven Couch to 5k runners completed the course at Peter Pan Park in West Hull, cheered on by marshals and encouraged by over 250 fellow runners, many of whom regularly attend to run the free 5k event every Saturday morning.
2017 was the year of cryptocurrency, when the internet money and blockchain technology became well-known across the world. The original e-currency, bitcoin, which was created by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2009, finally got mass recognition and spiked in price on numerous occasions throughout the year.
By January 2018 it had hit record heights of nearly $20,000, and other cryptocurrencies that had cropped up in its shadow were performing well as well. But 2018 has seen a gradual slump in all coins, and now nobody is quite so sure about the virtual money. Was it all a damp squib or are cryptocurrencies still set for grand things?
One of the north’s leading facialists has been shortlisted in the national Pure Beauty Awards for her signature Radiance Eye and Lip Serum, just months after it was launched.
Dr Katerina Steventon, founder of Beverley based independent skincare consultancy, FaceWorkshops, formulated the unique anti-ageing serum 9 that has been shortlisted in the Best New Premium Anti-Ageing Product category in the prestigious international awards.
The winter nights will soon be creeping in and East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s associate director of public health is urging people who are eligible for the free flu vaccination to take up the offer.
Free flu jabs are available for people aged 65 and over, people aged from six months to less than 65 years of age with a long-term health condition, pregnant women, children aged from two to four years, people in long-stay residential care homes, and carers.
Tiny Treasures at The Treasure House in Beverley are free sessions designed for under-fives to explore the themes in the museum and art gallery collections.
Each session has a different play focus with hands-on activities, including messy play, handling objects, sand and craft activities. For these Thursday afternoon sessions, which run from 1.30-2.30pm, children must be accompanied by an adult or carer.
A dramatic weekend of cricket for Beverley Town Cricket Club brought three wins from three games on Saturday and a narrow loss for the 5th XI on Sunday.
The 1st XI secured promotion to the Yorkshire League North; the 2nd XI made significant strides in their own promotion ambitions and the 3rds continued to play a key role in the Holderness Division 2 title race with a narrow win over top of the table Patrington.
Plans for this year’s Christmas lights switch-on at Beverley’s Flemingate centre include a special guest, a choir, a Nordic tipi bar and a fantastic firework finale.
The exciting event takes place on Friday, November, 23, and will see a special guest switch on the Christmas lights, followed by a dazzling firework display which promises to be bigger and better than last year.
HU17.net Magazine Issue 412 is out and available to purchase from Molescroft News on Woodhall Way in Beverley.
This weeks issue features a selection of content including photos from the Beverley Bullet at Beverley Races and round up of the key weekend sporting action.