A new exhibition, “Edwardian Beverley: a snapshot in time”, opens at the Beverley Guildhall on Wednesday, 24 July.
Using photographs taken by ordinary people with the newly-developed Box Brownie cameras, this well-illustrated exhibition shows the people and places of the town as they were at the start of the 20th century.
This year sees the 50th anniversary of Beverley’s designation as a Conservation Area. To celebrate this anniversary a new exhibition, “Conservation 50”, is now open at the Beverley Guildhall.
Response to the exhibition has been very positive, many visitors commenting that they were unaware how much of the town was included in the Conservation Area. Many also feel that the exhibition helps them to appreciate the town in a different way.
A new exhibition,Beverley’s Satellite Villages, opens at the Beverley Guildhall on Friday, 23 March, with a preview on 21 March.
Beverley’s Satellite Villages, looks beyond Beverley itself to the six villages that lie in a neat circle surrounding the town, and includes Walkington, Bishop Burton, Cherry Burton, Leconfield, Tickton and Woodmansey.
East Riding Museums have boosted their facilities for Under Fives and their families this year in museums across the area.
All five sites run by the service – Skidby Mill, Goole Museum, Sewerby Hall and Gardens, The Treasure House in Beverley, and Beverley Guildhall – are now hosting the ‘Five Things to Discover’ challenge.
A new exhibition, entitled “Keldgate”, opens at the Beverley Guildhall on Friday, 3 March.
Keldgate, the exhibition, looks at the history of this apparently unprepossessing street, which many see simply as a route from A to B, and unlocks some of the more interesting aspects of the street’s development and its many fascinating buildings.