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Miller Graphics Moves Into Brand New Home In Revamped Minster House

Miller Graphics Moves Into Brand New Home In Revamped Minster House

An industry-leading business bringing brands to life has become the first occupier of a revamped landmark building in the thriving market town of Beverley.

Miller Graphics UK, which is part of the Miller Graphics Group operating in 11 countries worldwide, was based at Carnaby Industrial Estate in Bridlington for almost three decades, providing digital brand imaging and other services to its many clients.

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New Steakhouse Sets Taste Buds Tingling At Flemingate

New Steakhouse Sets Taste Buds Tingling At Flemingate

An exciting new steakhouse and cocktail bar has opened its doors at Beverley’s Flemingate centre, bursting with fantastic flavours and mouth-watering dishes to tantalise food lovers’ taste buds.

Tomahawk Steakhouse prides itself on serving the finest Himalayan salt-aged beef, including Wagyu, alongside a feast of other delicious local meat, fish and vegetarian dishes from its tempting range of menus.

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COVID-19 Support Group Started By Local Volunteer

COVID-19 Support Group Started By Local Volunteer

As anxiety grows around the current spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK, many communities are looking to local, grassroots activism to create support networks in the face of what can often seem confusing, not to say conflicting advice.

The latest in the East Riding area is the new Beverley Community COVID-19 Support Group. It has been launched by community leader and volunteer, Jackie Heffer, following similar initiatives that are springing up nationwide.

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Crime Commissioner Gets A Blast From Election Opponent

Crime Commissioner Gets A Blast From Election Opponent

More community policing, more special constables, more tasers and an improved 101 service are just a few of the headline promises from the man who wants to be the next Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside Police.

Craig Ulliott, the Conservative candidate for the role, has also hit out at what he sees as the abject failure by the current Commissioner, Keith Hunter, to deliver on his own promises made at the start of his tenure.

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