East Riding of Yorkshire Council is advising road users and local residents of the temporary closure of Flemingate in Beverley on Tuesday, 12 January between 15 Flemingate and the Armstrong Way junction.
Thousands of people are expected to join in the fun at this year’s Christmas lights switch-on at Beverley’s Flemingate centre.
This year’s night of celebration is on Friday, November, 22, and will be packed with exciting entertainment, a Nordic tipi bar and a breath-taking firework finale.
Motorists in the East Riding are being advised to check before they travel as there will be a number of temporary road closures ahead of the Yorkshire 2019 Para-Cycling International later this month.
On Saturday, 21 September, some of the world’s top para-cyclists will be taking part in the race, which for the first time is taking place alongside the UCI Road World Championships.
Flemingate Center Christmas Lights Switch On will trigger the start of the festive period in the town.
Following the news that the Light Switch on event in the town centre was axed, the event on Friday will be the only one in the town.
Bus users in Beverley are being reminded that certain services at certain times will be subject to slight changes to their routes during weeknights.
The local authority currently has a project to resurface the roads around Beverley with the latest phase of works causing some disruption to public transport.
The next phase of the £995,000 road improvement scheme for Beverley’s town centre will get underway on Friday 1 June.
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council project will see the resurfacing of a number of roads and mini roundabouts in Beverley which have become worn.
Plans for new banners that will help enhance the link between Beverley Town Centre and Flemingate have been presented to Councillors at Beverley Town Council.
David Donkin, Property Director at the Wykeland Group put forward plans that would see a number of lamp post banners installed to help join the two locations up.
Timber from East Riding College’s former Beverley campus has been transformed into bird boxes by enterprising students.
On Friday 29 April the Tour de Yorkshire starts in Beverley and during the race there will be disruption to bus services in Beverley.
East Riding College is offering parents a chance to feed kids and their imagination with a one-day cookery course during February half-term.
A new service offering free and confidential advice to fledgling businesses is being hosted by East Riding College on Tuesday, November 10, from 5.30pm to 7pm.
A series of temporary parking and waiting restrictions are to be put in place before the opening of Beverley’s new Flemingate shopping complex.
Young people who are thinking of coming to college this year can take part in free practical tasters next week at East Riding College.
Hull-based bus company East Yorkshire Motor Services (EYMS) has announced that it will be rerouting one of its popular bus services to serve Beverley’s new Flemingate development.
Three large street hoardings packed with local children’s aspirations now decorate the border of the Flemingate Regeneration Scheme in Beverley.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is advising residents, motorists and the travelling public that carriageway resurfacing works will be carried out in Lairgate and North Bar Within, in Beverley, from Monday, 2 June to Thursday, 5 June.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is advising residents, motorists and the travelling public of road closures relating to the Beverley 10K, which is being run on Sunday, 11 May.
Humberside Police are seeking information and witnesses following the theft of registration plates from a car in Beverley. The grey-silver coloured Citroen C1 was left parked securely on Armstrong Way