• Cyclist in Beverley Warned To Be More Vigilant Following Spike In Thefts
  • Nature Project Funding Boost Welcomed By Cllr Denis Healy
  • East Riding Leisure Beverley’s Tone Zone Gym Reopened Following Refurbishment
  • Quickline Secures £12m Funding To Rollout Next Generation Ultrafast Broadband
  • A-Level Students In The East Riding Have Reason To Celebrate

Cattle & Sheep Back on Beverley Westwood

One of Beverley’s traditional seasonal features, the grazing animals, have started to appear on the on the Beverley Westwood. Sheep with their lambs and cattle are starting to come back to the pastures that surround the historic market town. Motorists are advised to proceed with care while driving across the Beverley Westwood.

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Graham Stuart Pledges to Support Equitable Life Pension victims

Conservative candidate for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart, today publicly pledged to fight for compensation to be paid to those affected by the Equitable Life pension collapse. Equitable Life got into trouble when the House of Lords ordered it to meet £1.5 billion of expensive guarantees it had made to some of its annuity policyholders. More than a million people are estimated to have lost more than £4 billion as…

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Get Expert Advice on Higher Education Qualification

People who work in childcare can find out how a higher education qualification will benefit them at an “expert session” to be held at East Riding College next week. The free two-hour session will be held at the campus in Gallows Lane, Beverley, on Thursday, April 29, from 5pm to 7.30pm. It will be delivered by the Indigo Moon Theatre Company who will demonstrate how to make and use puppets…

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Racegoers @ Beverley Racecourse

With Frankie Dettori on the track and Bob Champion MBE off the track who else was at Beverley Racecourse. These pictures are of racegoers and the crowds who enjoyed a fine days entertainment at Beverley Racecourse. The Bob Champion Cancer Trust HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full size HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image…

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Beverley People Enjoy the Sunshine

Beverley was busy today and the great weather was enjoyed by both the young and the old. Charley was out with her parents Ashley and Chris East, Postman Dave who we featured on HU17.net in ‘Postman Dave Gets the Job Done’ had a bike that was not clogged up with snow! Cllr Matt Snowden was returning from a meeting and being his usual cheery self…..

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Beverley Town Council AGM 2010

The Beverley Town Council held their annual general meeting at the Beverley Memorial Hall yesterday evening. Residents within the parish were invited to attend and raise their concerns and give feedback on topics related to Beverley and the Town Council. As expected the Beverley Memorial Hall and its proposed redevelopment and more importantly it’s financing was a hot topic. There clearly no quick fix or solution that will please everyone….

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Beverley Police Urge Victims to Come Forward

Police in Beverley are urging victims to come forward after police have arrested a man for fraud by false representation. The 27-year-old Hull man was arrested in connection with a number of offences relating to victims responding to an advertisement quoting for window blinds. On Wednesday 24 February a 67-year-old woman contacted the Beverley Blinds company via the Yellow Pages Directory to quote for fitted window blinds. A 26-year-old man…

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Darren Rodmell Sets New PB in Lochaber Marathon

With the spring marathon season now under way and thousands of runners looking forward to the London Marathon on Sunday, five athletes from Beverley Athletic Club have just returned from the Lochaber Marathon at Fort William in Scotland. With 343 finishers it is a much smaller event than London but there was a strong field of club runners and the spectators on the roadside were friendly and very encouraging. Months…

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Clinical Trial for Childhood Obesity

Beverley based hypnotist, Sheila Granger is appealing for volunteers aged 8-12 to take part in a clinical trial which could help them lose weight and build up their confidence. Having conducted a trial last year for the ‘Virtual Gastric Band (VGB)’ with twenty-one adults of varying age and size and achieving a 95% success rate, Sheila would now like to prove that a similar success can be achieved with obese…

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Beverley Runners Complete Woldsman 50-mile Challenge

Four ultra-distance athletes from Beverley Athletic Club competed in the Woldsman 50-mile Challenge Event last Saturday. Organised by the East Yorkshire Branch of the Long Distance Walkers Association, competitors can choose to run or walk.  Starting and finishing at Driffield Show Ground and following a route through Sledmere, Wharram Percy, Thixendale, Givendale, Huggate and Wetwang, the event demands stamina, determination and navigation skills. Mike Blamires completed the first half of…

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Hull Philharmonic Orchestra Jazz Age Concert

Lottie Dodd, Laura Bradford from Beverley and Sarah Penny from Hessle sound the horns as Hull Phil heads for big charity concert, as the street sounds of Paris and New York are come to Hull! As Hull Philharmonic Orchestra gets in the mood for its jazz age concert next month, a vintage French saloon car will be in the city centre on Wednesday (April 21) to promote the event. The…

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Beverley Town Council Public Appeal – VIDEO

Relatives of Beverley’s fallen war heroes are being sought to help publicly commemorate their loved ones. Beverley Town Council has commissioned a memorial for Hengate Gardens to recognise the sacrifices of the town’s sons and daughters in military conflicts since World War 2. The memorial will be engraved with the names of those who have died in armed struggles around the world over the past 65 years. The criteria for…

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Beverley and Holderness BNP Candidate

My name is Neil Whitelam I am your local BNP candidate for Beverley and Holderness. Local born and bred, I live in Keyingham with my two young daughters. To me getting involved in politics is about trying to make a difference, helping my people and country strive towards betterment. Our learning curve has been the largest of all nations, our collective suffering and sacrifice living through countless wars, natural disasters,…

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