Local artist Andrew Storrie is running a new regular art class that will teach people of all abilities to paint with water colours.
Neil Pickford, who is hoping to buy the historic Monks Walk in Highgate and give it a viable long-term future, has arranged an open meeting for potential supporters and investors.
Gallery featuring pictures from the The Conservative Club Fashion Show. an annual event that sees local small retailers including the Beverley Dresser take to cat walk to raise cash for good causes.
Schools and a number of local businesses in Beverley have showed their support for the charity Macmillan Cancer Support by taking part in the fund raising event the ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.
This year’s N.U.R.S.E. Charity Darts Knockout proved to be a massive hit with players with organisers reporting a record number of entries.
Andy Chapman was crowned the new N.U.R.S.E. Charity Darts Knockout Champion after he beat Andy Arnott 3-0 in the final.
With just days till the to the eagerly awaited N.U.R.S.E Charity Darts Knockout organisers say they have once again got a good number of entries.
Beverley Conservative Club pulled off another top night of local fashion while raising money for a good a couple of good causes.
Beverley Conservative Club’s annual Fashion Show is just round the corner and for this year’s event they have added weddings to their cat walk show.
80 darts players including a team of ladies from the Humber Keel took part in N.U.R.S.E. charity darts tournament at the Beverley Conservative Club.
Kevin and Wendy Maskill are fast approaching one year as Steward and Stewardess of the Beverley Conservative Club.
Craig Littlefield has become the Champion of Champion’s at Beverley conservative Club. Littlefield scored the most points within the year to scoop the prestigious local snooker title.
Dart’s players raised £200 N.U.R.S.E charity match held at the Beverley Conservative Club. The tournament was won by Andy Arnnett, but the real winner was the charity that will put money raise
Beverley Conservative Club held their annual presentations for Snooker and Dominoes. Awards were handed out to a number of their members for individual achievements and team achievements.
Min and Terry Burge’s celebrated their Diamond Wedding at the Beverley Conservative Club. Terry and Min Burge moved from Tickton to Tenerife 20 years ago, following Terry’s retirement as a Humber and Trent Pilot.
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The Beverley Conservative Club held their annual fashion show. On the cat walk a number of ladies fashions were showcased by local retailers including The Beverley Dresser and Barbour.