The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition is now open for its third year in Beverley in the Treasure House, through until Saturday, 14 September. The exhibition will be open on Sundays throughout its run.
On loan from the Natural History Museum in London, the exhibition features 100 awe-inspiring images, from fascinating animal behaviour to breathtaking wild landscapes.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition will be back for a third year in the Treasure House from Saturday, 22 June to Saturday, 14 September, accompanied by an exciting programme of events throughout.
On loan from the Natural History Museum in London, the exhibition will feature 100 awe-inspiring images, from fascinating animal behaviour to breath-taking wild landscapes.
Returning to Flemingate Car Park on Sunday, 7 July 2019 at 4pm, The Multi-Story Orchestra is bringing one of the most famous pieces of 1960s music – Terry Riley’s In C – to Beverley for an unmissable performance for all the family, joined by East Riding Youth Orchestra.
East Riding Libraries and Customer Services are now able to assist customers in the creation of Ordnance Survey maps, suitable for a variety of uses including planning and building regulations applications.
All small building or extension projects need a detailed map of the property or site to submit to the planning authorities.
For those who received a new gadget at Christmas and need some help using it, whether a new laptop, tablet or mobile phone, East Riding Libraries and Adult Learning Centres are offering free gadget help sessions.
Their friendly, knowledgeable staff will help customers get the best out of their new technology in Beverley.
A pop-up theatre production, ‘The Memory Project’ will be touring East Riding libraries in November.
Smashing Mirrors Theatre will bring a touching and emotional new show to Beverley and also six other venues. Based on interviews with real East Yorkshire families. It is looking at the difficult, trying, yet often hilarious journey through dementia.
Local authors will be featured heavily in the East Riding Festival of Words – the new look literature festival coming to the area in October.
The festival will be officially launched by Val Wood at Beverley Art Gallery on Thursday, 18 October, at 7.30pm. Val will be giving an exclusive reading of her latest novel, ‘A Place to Call Home’, which will be published in November.