Beverley has always been considered a market town. However, this is not to say that businesses have failed to keep up to date with modern technology.
As the younger generation now enters into the entrepreneurial world, a great many opportunities await. Countless small- to medium-sized business owners are beginning to look outside of traditional boundaries in order to appeal to a wider audience.
Local MP, Graham Stuart, says Beverley and Holderness businesses are leading the way by giving young people excellent opportunities through apprenticeships and supported vocational courses.
Graham visited Local Transport Projects (LTP), a Beverley-based highways engineering and design firm, to raise awareness for National Apprenticeship Week 2018 and congratulate the local firm on its recent growth.
A number of businesses in Beverley have been nominated for ‘Hull Life Style Award’ which was set up to celebrate business and the people that make Hull a great City.
Nominations from Beverley include The Kings Head Hotel, Mimi Boutique, TC Patisserie, Roots Rum Shack & Kitchen, BodyFlex Gym, Sessions Hair and Beauty Spa, Tickton Grange Hotel, Chequers Micropub, Cerutti 2 Beverley , The Potting Shed, Pipe and Glass, The Westwood, Hugh Rice Jewellers and Lempicka Café & Bistro .
Cherry Burton Pre-school’s annual Christmas raffle has received a welcome boost this year from award-winning estate agents, Woolley & Parks, who have donated the star prize of a crate of champagne.
This Driffield-based agent, which opened up in Beverley last month, has wasted no time in getting involved in the local community, choosing to support the work of Cherry Burton Pre-school, which is rated outstanding by Ofsted.