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Spanish Night @ Dine on the Rowe

The superb Beverley weather provided the perfect ambience for local restaurant Dine on the Rowe’s latest themed night. The popular Butcher Row restaurant, owned by executive chef Jason Rowe, has earned itself a reputation for top-quality, locally sourced food with a definite continental twist. Last week, in conjunction with the local Spanish society, they held a Spanish-themed evening, which went down a treat. Diners at the private function were treated…

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Classic Car Rally: Grant Openshaw Mk 1 Consul Cortina

“It’s the ultimate Cortina.” That’s how Grant Openshaw described his car at the Beverley Classic Car Rally last week. Grant, 69, from Thorngumbald, has owned his Mk 1 Consul Cortina 1964 for 44 years, maintaining it and ensuring it is in tip-top condition. Like everyone at the Rally, Grant was only too pleased to show anyone who expressed an interest around his pride and joy and explain how he had…

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Beverley Braves Vs Holderness Vikings

The blistering heat did not stop the Beverley Braves commanding field possession right from the first whistle.  The ball was passed well and an early try followed to raise the confidence straight away.  The lads (and lass) played with guts today and controlled the game all the way through with only a short lapse in concentration to allow Holderness Vikings to score a couple of tries. The sun drained the…

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OWEN Project Members Benefit From Employment Workshops

Mature job seekers in the East Riding have received employment advice and interview experience from the Older Workers Employment Network Project (OWEN) and Hull & Humber KC Cares. Members of KC’s human resources team joined representatives from Business in the Community (BITC) and Yorkshire Bank to help OWEN members get back into work. The OWEN Project helps unemployed people aged 45 and over to find jobs and is funded by…

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Martin Merrikin Charity Shield 2010

The fourth Charity Shield Day event passed without injury or incident in very hot and sticky conditions. This is the first year that Racketball has been played instead of squash by 24 players contesting for the Shield in 8 teams of 3. The gallery full of players and supporters, the courts ringing to the sound of string on ball and ball to wall. Loyal supporters leaning over the gallery rail…

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St Mary’s Church Open Day

Visitors to Beverley were able to take advantage of a unique opportunity at St Mary’s Church Open Day. Members of the public were guided tour of the church’s ringing chamber in the bell tower by John Atkinson of the Beverley and District Ringing Society. Performances on the day also came from the St Mary’s Church choir and the Beverley Church Lads and Girls Brigade, while visitors enjoyed tea and cakes…

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Beverley Town CC 2nd XI Vs Osbaldwick

Saturday was a day to forget for Beverley Town CC 2nd XI. They were hammered by eight wickets by Osbaldwick in their York and District Senior Cricket League Division Two clash. Beverley batted first on an excellent wicket but failed to make the most of beautiful conditions as they were bowled out for just 99. Only Ian Goforth made any impact, scoring nearly half his side’s runs before falling for…

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Beverley Town CC 4th IX Vs Hull Ionians 2nd XI

Neil Goforth produced a superb all-round performance as Beverley Town CC 4th XI romped to a an eight-wicket victory over HICE seconds at the Norwood Recreation Ground on Saturday. He picked up 3-42 then hit an excellent 71 as they overhauled their target with ease. But he wasn’t the only home player to shine on a glorious day. Sam Welburn picked up 4-59 off 12 overs and Guy Brumfield 3-41…

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Beverley Town Tennis Club Win Two of Three Matches

In ideal weather for tennis Beverley Town teams won two out of their four matches this week . Beverley Mixed started the week with a 6-3  home victory in their local derby against Beverley and East Riding B. Once again Sharon Lockwood and Paul Miller took all three sets, with Jackie Langley and Phil Harrison taking two and Gary Wilson and Nancy Blackbourn contributing one set  for a good overall…

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Night Photos on the Beverley Westwood

These pictures were taken around midnight at the Beverley Westwood. With the clear skies the moon provided some good light for photos. Above: Blackmill, Beverley Westwood – just after midnight 00.10 Above: Blackmill, Beverley Westwood – just after midnight 00.25 Above: Golf Course, Beverley Westwood – just after midnight 00.40 Above: Golf Course, Beverley Westwood – just after midnight 00.50 Above: Bench, Beverley Westwood –  23.50 Above: Trees, Beverley Westwood…

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Mill Lane United Football Club

Mill Lane United showed off their impressive strength and depth. Beverley’s oldest football team was out in force at the Norwood Recreation Ground for their annual presentation night. The club had invited the Mayor of Beverley, Bessie Foot and Les Ford of the Beverley Lions. The Beverley Lions have awarded the side a grant which will be used to improve facilities at their ground Broadgates. HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on…

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Beverley Town CC Ladies Vs York Ladies

Beverley won the toss and elected to field and when Hannah Matthews got two wickets with her first two balls the pressure mounted on York. Sophie Boynton also bowled well taking 1 for 8 from her four overs and then Abbie Warner took 1 for two from her 4 overs. Hannah McCoid’s quick throw left the York skipper miles out of her crease and only one batsman got into double…

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Award for Putting Customers First

East Riding College has earned the coveted Customer Service Excellence award for ensuring it puts customers first. The College achieved the Government-led standard after a rigorous process designed to look in detail at the areas that research has indicated are a priority for customers, with particular focus on delivery, timeliness, information, professionalism and staff attitude. There is also emphasis placed on developing customer insight, understanding the user’s experience and robust…

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East Riding Town Crier Looks Forward to National Championship

The East Riding of Yorkshire is the best place to visit in the world according to the judges at the Chester World Town Crier Tournament. This honour is thanks to East Riding town crier Michael Wood, who won the hometown cry contest, which took place during the seven-day event in June. Michael, who finished runner-up in the overall event, was delighted to win the home town cry, which can be…

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David Elvidge Joins the Conservative Party

Beverley’s Armed Forces Day chairman councillor David Elvidge says his common ground with the Conservative Party is the main reason behind his decision to switch parties. Councillor Elvidge, who is busy preparing for next week’s big day in the town, had previously been part of the Labour party. But the former Beverley mayor, who has been considering a switch for some time, says the time was right for a change….

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World Puppets @ Beverley Art Gallery

The Beverley Art Gallery is to feature a collection of puppets from all over the world. The gallery in the Treasure House, Champney Road, is holding the exhibition from 26 June to 18 July as part of the Beverley Puppet Festival taking place from 16-18 July. Sally Hayes, gallery curator, said: “The puppets are spectacular. Some are very old while others are quite new but equally colourful – and some…

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