Organisers say Beverley Armed Forces Day was a success thanks to the efforts of the volunteers who helped with the event.
More than 25 representatives from a range of organisations and services which help to support and deliver the commitments made to the UK’s armed forces met this week
Beverley Armed Forces Day was held this weekend in the town centre and hundreds of people turned out to show their support for members of the Armed Services.
Representatives from Beverley Town Council, East Riding of Yorkshire Council and local MP Graham Stuart were among the crowds who all applauded as troops paraded into Saturday Market.
Beverley Armed Forces Day takes place this weekend and with the arrival of summer plus a packed day of entertainment, attractions and activities means it has all the ingredients to be a scorching event.
The seventh Beverley Armed Forces Day will take place in the town’s historic Market Place on Sunday 5th July 2015.
Beverley Armed Forces Day this has suffered another blow with news that the fly past the Lancaster Bomber has been cancelled.
Organisers of Beverley Armed Forces Day say the event is in danger of being cancelled unless they are able to come up the shortfall in funding.
One of Britain’s most iconic military planes, the Lancaster Bomber is set to perform a fly past at this year’s Beverley Armed Forces Day.
Longcroft School Gospel Choir have been acknowledged by Molescroft Parish Council for their contribution to the local community.
This week’s issues features pictures from Beverley Races Big Weekender, Beverley Armed Forces Day, St Mary’s Primary School Sports Day, the Waddington Air Show and Longcroft School Year 11 end of year prom
Beverley Car and Cycles have yet again maintained their long-standing relationship with Armed Forces Day.
Beverley Armed Forces Day organiser Cllr David Elvidge says he is very grateful after one kind-hearted local businessman stepped in with some additional sponsorship.
Forget Me Not, a play written by Terry Cavender especially for this year’s Beverley Armed Forces Day Commemorations will be performed at this year’s event in St Mary’s Church.
SSAFA East Yorkshire received £10,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting project, to commemorate the Centenary of The First World War; this will take place in Beverley’s historic Saturday Market Place combined with Armed Forces Day.
SSAFA East Yorkshire will once again be hosting an Armed Forces Day in Beverley as the town continues to show their ongoing support for the armed forces.