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Body of Work Art Exhibition

Beverley Art Gallery – The exhibition, which is called “Body of Work” features all of the couple’s latest work and focuses on animal and human forms.  Rodney’s life-size sculptures are created in steel and Victoria uses oil and acrylic paints for her striking figurative studies and self-portraits. Open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 9.30am – 5pm, on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9.30am – 8pm and on Saturdays between 9am…

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Farewell to Town Clerk

Helen Ball the Town Clerk of Beverley is given a send of by friends and council members at the Beverley Guildhall. Helen was presented with a number of gifts including a apple tree and picture of the allotments in Beverley. Current Mayor of Beverley Daivd Elvidge and former mayors with Helen Ball Click on the thumbnail to enlarge the image, these are just some of the pictures please contact us…

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Joules Clothing

Joules Clothing in Beverley and stocks country wear with twist with outdoor clothing that is colourful and stylish. Joules Clothing stocks various sizes for men, women and children complete with accessories and equestrian wear. Joules Clothing – Saturday Market, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 8BE – 01482 865117 Joules Clothing – Saturday Market, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 8BE – 01482 865117 Joules Clothing – Saturday Market, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 8BE…

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Beverley Literature Festival 2009

The Funniest Festival to date the Beverley Literature Festival 2009 09, 1-11 OCTOBER You’ve heard of laugh-out-loud books – well here’s a laugh-out-loud festival! Forget hushed rooms and reverent conversation, this year’s Beverley Literature Festival will have audiences rolling in the aisles – well, almost. We’ve the dry and incisive political wit of Francis Wheen from the News Quiz and Private Eye; and that grumpiest of Grumpy Old Men, Will…

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Chester Vs Beverley RUFC

Chester 28 Beverley RFC 18 After two fine victories to get their season going this was a rather disappointing performance by Beverley who looked a shadow of the side that had played such sparkling rugby in their previous two games.  They were not helped by early injuries to Junior Tupai and Goran Jelencic but they had a strangely pedestrian look about them and nearly all the good rugby came from…

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Molescroft FC Vs Gilberdyke Jrs

Molescroft FC started their season in fine form beating Gilberdyke Juniors by eight goals to nil that saw the full sixteen man squad get a run out. Callum Elm scooped the man of the match award with a with coach Glynn adding “He put in a very strong commanding performance.” Coach Glynn gives Molescroft FC team some wise words at half time Click on the thumbnail to enlarge the image,…

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AFC Tickton Vs North Ferriby Utd

AFC Tickton won their game against Ferriby Utd, the under 11’s who play in the Hull Boys League came away with a comftable 7 – 3 victory with the Man of the Match being awarded to AFC Tickton goal keeper. AFC Tickton Squad before their vicotory against Ferriby Utd Click on the thumbnail to enlarge the image, these are just some of the pictures please contact us if you would…

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Cat Show in Beverley

The Beverley Memorial Hall hosted a cat show; the show featured 30 cats and kittens. There were also a number of stalls including the East Yorkshire Badger Protection Group. The event was organised by Carol a Beverley resident who volunteers for Beverley and Pocklington branch of Cats Protection. One of the cats that was on show and in need of a new home. Click on the thumbnail to enlarge the…

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Beverley 2nd XV Vs Pocklington

With many regulars returning to the side and coach Andy Franklin running things from the side lines things are beginning to look up for Beverley. The game didn’t get off to a great start with Alistair James going off injured in a record time of 12 seconds but with the addition of Shaun Barker and Jordan Thorne to the pack and Mike killgannon and Jerry Barnes to the backs Beverley…

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Bandits Vs Bridlington

The Bandits playing at Beverley Rugby Club this afternoon, the Bandits made light work of Bridlington who ‘borrowed’ a Beverley player to make up numbers. Beverley Bandits 58 Bridlington 5 The Bandits entertained Bridlington at Beaver Park on Saturday and recorded a resounding victory over their neighbours to maintain a 100% winning start to the season. Prior to kick off however; Influential fly half, Keith Graham, suffered yet another injury…

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Artfuldodger Vs Hodgson FC

Hodgsons FC made it two wins out of two as Danny Ako’s first half goal was a enough to clinch vicotory ensuring Hodgsons travelled home with all the points. Final score Artfuldodger 0 Hodgsons FC 1 Danny Ako of Hodgsons makes light work of the defence before slotting home the winner Click on the thumbnail to enlarge the image, these are just some of the pictures please contact us if…

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Beverley Awarded Silver Gilt Rose

Blooming success for East Riding of Yorkshire East Riding of Yorkshire Council is celebrating its success in the Yorkshire in Bloom Competition following an awards ceremony at The Spa Bridlington on Tuesday. Beverley was awarded a silver gilt rose award and chosen by judges as the best town in Yorkshire, paying credit to the hard work of green fingered residents as well as East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Beverley…

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A History of Primary Education

A new exhibition entitled “When I Was Six” is now on display in the Treasure House in Beverley. The exhibition, which presents a history of primary education in the East Riding, was compiled by volunteers of the East Riding Rural Life Project at Skidby Windmill. Fiona Jenkinson, the project co-ordinator, said: “This is the third in a series of Treasure House exhibitions compiled by the team of volunteers, who also…

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Benefit & Money Advice Team

Over 60? – Find out if we can help you reduce your Council Tax The East Riding of Yorkshire Council Benefit & Money Advice Team are holding drop in sessions at libraries across the East Riding. These sessions will take place throughout October and will help residents of East Riding who are aged 60 and over to save money on their council tax bill. Throughout East Riding the Benefit and…

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Monkey Food

Real food locally sourced, locally prepared What is Monkey Food? “Monkey Food” is an opportunity for Beverley’s top restaurants that are passionate about their cuisine to come together in a friendly competition, to be voted “Beverley Restaurant of the Month” by guests. Be part of the first “Monkey Food” event The first competition will be in the desserts category.  6 amazingly delicious desserts, one provided by each restaurant, will be…

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Toy Gallery

Christmas is Magical at the ‘Toy Gallery’ We’re here to make Christmas easy this year. Come and select from our fabulous range of traditional wooden toys, rag dolls, games and puzzles now on display in the shop. Pay a small deposit and then gradually pay the balance between now and the big day. Then it’s just a matter of picking them up, wrapping and waiting for Santa! Here at the…

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MP ‘Delighted’ With Hospital

MP ‘delighted’ Beverley will get its new hospital MP for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart, today said he was delighted with news a new hospital has been granted planning permission. Graham said: “This has been a long hard battle and many people have worked very hard towards this day. “It is such good news, not just for Beverley, but for residents across the whole of Holderness who will have access…

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BBC Look North in Beverley

Paul Murphy, Stuart Mountain & Keith Pollard from BBC Look North were in Beverley today awaiting the results from a planning meeting being held at the East Riding of Yorkshire offices. Planners have given the green light for the new hospital in Beverley which will need though it will need to be developed 5m above sea level despite concerns and objections from people in Beverley. You can watch the broadcast…

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