Last year, local ornithologist Richard Baines carried out a wildlife survey at Beverley Parks Local Nature Reserve to find out how successfully birds nest on the nature reserve.
There will be a chance to hear about the findings of the survey on Tuesday, 22 January, and learn about which species make the fields, hedgerows and orchard their home. Where are the best places for birds to thrive, while living alongside us?
Cllr Denis Healy has handed over a petition to MP Graham Stuart as he looks to put pressure on the government to overturn a decision by the Post Office to relocate services to the nearby WH Smith store.
Cllr Healy and his team have collected over 2,500 signatures since November from residents. The Cllr says people in the town are outraged by proposals put forward by the Post Office.
Campaigners will be out in force on Saturday morning in support of the Post Office workers campaign to prevent the franchising of the town’s Crown post office to WH Smith.
Post Office managers are currently ‘consulting.roposals to transfer the town’s postal services to the high street stationer. The post office has been operating from its current site for over 100 years.
A community art installation at Beverley’s Flemingate centre is spreading messages of hope and peace for the year ahead.
The project, entitled “1,000 Origami Doves of Peace”, saw members of the public and local school children create folded paper doves, each with an individual message of hope and positivity are hidden inside.
Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart has written to the Chief Executive of the Post Office and asked for the consultation on the proposed move of Beverley Post Office into a franchise in the branch of WHSmith on Toll Gavel to be widened to include the fundamental issue of closing the Crown Post Office at Register Square.