East Riding of Yorkshire Council, in partnership with Orchestras Live, are celebrating the news that their RPS award winning programme, Classically Yours, has received a grant of £95,434 from Arts Council England to allow it to continue until March 2020.
This means that the pioneering work to bring classical music to venues and communities which would not normally be able to enjoy and benefit from it can continue in various locations across the East Riding.
Carers and the cared for are invited to gather in the majestic surroundings of Beverley Minster on Wednesday, 4 July at 1pm for the annual Carers Celebration Service.
The popular event, which is organised by the East Riding Carers Advisory Group in partnership with the East Riding Carers Support Service, is an uplifting and joyful celebration of the invaluable role of carers.
A number of local organisations and community groups will re-sign the East Riding’s Armed Forces Community Covenant on Sunday, 1 July as part of Beverley Armed Forces Day.
The Armed Forces Community Covenant is a voluntary statement of mutual support between East Riding of Yorkshire Council, local representatives of the public, charitable and voluntary sectors, the civilian community and the armed forces community in the form of a written pledge.
Local MP, Graham Stuart, says substantial progress is being made by the Community Access Defibrillators for East Yorkshire (CADEY) Campaign.
Having founded the campaign earlier this year, Graham welcomed the “positive steps” being made to improve the coverage, accessibility and awareness of defibrillators through the communities of Beverley and Holderness.
A Beverley man who’s barking dogs were causing a nuisance to his neighbours has been fined by magistrates.
Stewart Holland, 31, of Burden Road, Beverley appeared at Beverley Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, 27 June where he admitted to three breaches of failing to control the noise caused by his dogs barking and howling.
Classically Yours, the award-winning arts initiative launched by East Riding of Yorkshire Council as part of the Hull 2017 City of Culture year, has won extended funding from the Arts Council to continue its work to increase the amount of high quality music available in the county and to encourage more anticipation in arts and culture.
Graham Stuart MP has backed efforts by pupils, parents, governors and teachers at Beverley St Nicholas Primary School to improve lighting along the footpath between the school and the adjacent St Nicholas Church.
Graham said that safety must be the ‘primary concern’ as work continues around a new £5m building at the site on Holme Church Lane.
The hugely popular Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition – developed and produced by the Natural History Museum – will be back in Beverley in July.
Beverley Art Gallery in the Treasure House will host the new 2018 exhibition from Saturday, 14 July to Saturday, 8 September, making it an ideal day out for the summer holidays. During the exhibition’s run, the Treasure House will also be open on Sundays.