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Beverley Town Council Support New Memorial

Beverley Town Councillors have backed the proposal of Mayor of Beverley Cllr David Elvidge who has been campaigning to have a permanent reminder added to the Hengate Gardens in Beverley. The Memorial will mean Beverley Locals like Sergeant Michael Lockett  and Gary Bingleywill have a permanent reminder in the town as to the sacrifice they made. “Last night I received the support of my fellow Councillors at Beverley Town Council…

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Williams Fury Over Challenge on O’connell

Beverley United manager Danny Williams is still unhappy with the tackling his players were subjected too in yesterdays clash with bitter rivals Newland Rangers. Speaking after the game he told HU17.net; “Obviously I am bitterly disappointed not to win as showed we are a far more accomplished club than Newland Rangers. Look at the history – what have they won? The last kick of the game should have been a…

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Riders Paradise

Riders Paradise located in Beverley is a specialist supplier of equestrian goods and country clothing. The store stocks all the major brands including Anky, Amerigo, Caldene, Cottage Craft plus many more. The Beverley store is open Monday to Saturday 9:30am – 6:00pm and Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm Riders Paradise Ltd – Unit 7a, Tokenspire Business Park, Hull Road, Woodmansey, HU17 0TB – 01482 870604 Riders Paradise Ltd – Unit 7a,…

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Beverley High School Christmas Carol Service

Beverley High School marked the end of the year with its usual Christmas Carol Service at Beverley Minster. What was unusual this year however was that Radio Humberside recorded the service for broadcast on Christmas Day. The church was packed, it was a spectacular event and as if by magic we walked out of church and into a white Christmas. The Minster was decorated by Angels made by Year 7…

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Ricketts Masters Football

With nearly all the fixtures called off this weekend due to water logged pitches the only place to get any action was at Longcroft School and their 3G pitch. The final game of the day featured the Ricketts Veterans and these are a few pictures from that game. HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full size HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the…

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Beverley United Vs Newland Rangers

Beverley United finally got back into action as they faced a tough game with Hull side Newlands Rangers. All the talk before the game was about the return of former Beverley United player Daniel Moore though the striker was given little room or clear sights of goal by a solid Beverley United defence. Beverley United had the best chances with Michael O’connell coming close in the first half though his…

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Walkington Barrel Vs Skidby Millers AFC

Pictures form the local derby match featuring the Walkington Barrel playing Skidby Millers AFC at Longcroft School on the 3G pitch, Walkington were never in any trouble and came away easy winners scoring a hatful of goals. 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 to full size

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Benefit Fraudster Found Guilty

A former Woodmansey resident has been handed a conditional discharge after admitting benefit fraud. Jonathan Jackson, formerly of Hull Road, Woodmansey, had failed to declare that his partner had started working.  Mr Jackson continued to receive benefits and fraudulently claimed £3,105 housing benefit and £1,247.89 council tax benefit between August 2007 and December 2009. The employment was discovered via a data matching exercise and a subsequent investigation led by East…

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Michael O’connell Confident ahead of Big Match

Beverley Town have the opportunity to got top of the Humber premier League at the expense of their closest rivals on Saturday as Beverley Town face Hornsea Town as first and second in the league go head to head. Last time the sides met in the league Beverley Town failed to capitalise on chances and came away with just a point. Beverley Town midfielder Michael O’connell is keen to see…

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Beverley Treated to An Evening of Gilbert & Sullivan

Toll Gavel Methodist Church in Beverley as part of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Concert Series hosted ‘An Evening of Gilbert & Sullivan’. This performance replaced the scheduled show by ‘London Theatre Voices’ the group that the late Amy Black used to perform with. Before the performance June Mitchell of Arts Development Service said a few words 168 people about the singer and her last performance in Beverley. HU17.net…

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Beverley Bypass Given Green Light

Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, today said news the Sothern Bypass had been given planning permission was ‘fantastic news’ for the town. East Riding councillors on the planning committee voted unanimously to approve redrawn plans for the £35 million bypass and park and ride scheme to the south of the historic town. Graham said: “This is really good news for people who live and work in Beverley. It…

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Beverley Medieval Guilds & Crafts Town Trail

To emphasise the rich history of Beverley, the Beverley Medieval Guilds & Crafts Town Trail is designed to reveal glimpes of the town’s varied past. Focusing on the medieval guilds that were the foundations of Beverley’s wealth, a series of public artworks have been installed to emphasise how crucial the skilled craftsmen of the town were. By following any of the four walks that comprise the trail, the sheer breadth of…

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Norwood Recreation Ground

FOLLOWING early incarnations on the Westwood, and Mill Lane, Beverley Town Cricket Club moved to Norwood after cricket captain Mr J A Dunkerley bought five acres land. Work progressed quickly and soon Beverley Town bowling club followed their cricketing counterparts and in 1909 the ground was oficially opened by local MP Stanley Wilson. The club thrived in the early part of the century, with the addition of new pavilions (including…

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Williams ‘We Have the Edge on Moore’

Danny Williams’s manager of Beverley United has hit back at former player Daniel Moore who parted company with Beverley United after playing just 8 games. Moore who left Beverley United due to lack of first team starts is due to return to and face his former club on Sunday as Newland Rangers visit Beverley United. Danny Williams told HU17.net: “Obviously losing a player of Danny Moore’s calibre was a huge…

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