Safari Beverley Style

May 9, 2012

Well it is hardly the Serengeti of Africa but the Beverley Westwood still has a fair few animals on it and to some is equal in beauty. On my way back from Beverley Racecourse on Bank Holiday Monday I could not resist


Small Enough to Care, Big Enough to Make a Difference

November 29, 2011

Here, at the Continuum School, Beverley, we have been very busy with community engagement and donating gifts for the ‘Shoe Box’ appeal which is a charity specific for deprived children in Eastern Europe and West Africa. This year, pupils and staff have donated many items for the Beverley Minster Christmas Fayre which was held on Saturday 26th November. Mr and Mrs Broadley who work closely with Beverley Minster visited our…


New Head ‘Bakes-a-Difference.’

October 21, 2011

Walkington Primary School today departed from traditional harvest celebrations and supported the nationwide ‘Bake-a-Difference’ campaign organised by Concern Worldwide. Instead of the usual donation of harvest fruits and vegetables, the children were busy baking buns at home – with a bit of help from Mum!- to help raise money for the charity whose aim is to raise at least £100,000 across the country to help combat the devastation caused by…


Beverley Rural Update for June 2011

July 6, 2011

1. Priority Issue: – Farm Watch – Remote Crime – Poaching Farm watch again has proved an invaluable tool in the fight against Rural Crime. Members are still encouraged to report any suspicious activity or vehicles to the Police or Farm Watch. Beverley Rural Community Policing Team is preparing a pack to give people advice on Rural Crime. The pack will cover issues such as Rural Crime, Wildlife Crime, Diesel…