Calling all Hogwarts hopefuls – Harry Potter Book Night is returning to East Riding Libraries, including Beverley for a second year.
Residents thinking about reaching for electric blankets to beat the autumnal chill are being urged to make sure they are safe.
There’s a buzz in the air as the final preparations are underway for this year’s Beverley Literature Festival, which starts tomorrow.
It’s time for Beverley Children’s Literature Festival! A host of northern-based authors and artists will be bringing Beverley Library to life with adventure, singing and poetry, as part of Beverley Literature Festival
As a celebration of ‘Better Breakfast Month’ this September, East Riding Libraries have teamed up with East Riding Children’s Centres to host a series of breakfast themed storytime sessions
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has announced an event for anybody wanting to learn more about how people from the East Riding have made incredible links with countries far and wide
In July, East Riding of Yorkshire Council launched a public consultation on the Land to the South West of Beverley Draft Masterplan.
Tickets go on sale on Tuesday 1 September for Beverley Literature Festival 2015, which will be back in October for the 13th year running, with another packed programme showcasing
The Summer Reading Challenge 2015 is well under way in East Riding Libraries, with over 1100 children participating across the area.
Beverley Chess Club are holding a publicity day this coming Saturday at Beverley Library. At the event members of the public will be given the opportunity to meet players
Libraries across the UK are getting ready to encourage young readers to explore some of the astonishing real-life achievements and world records as featured in the Guinness World Records Books
East Riding residents will have a chance to bring their ‘Wild Things’ to join the Big Wild Rumpus at selected East Riding Libraries on Saturday (13 June) at 11am
Members of the Conservative Party, Dominic Peacock, Kerri Harold and David Elvidge who will be looking to win your vote in May talk about a range of topics that will impact local residents.
East Riding libraries are holding an egg-citing programme of events this Easter, with bunnies, stories, eggs – and magic.
An inspirational event for people to put their questions to some of the region’s most successful business owners has sold out.
Many East Riding Libraries will be offering a chance to join in the magic of the first ever Harry Potter Book Night on Thursday 5 February from 6pm-7pm, in association with Bloomsbury.
On Friday, 30 January, from 10am – 10.45am, East Yorkshire author Marion Gamble will visit Beverley Library to host a session of reading and activities.
Viking FM & Magic 1161’s Cash for Kids have launched this year’s Mission Christmas appeal in partnership with O2 Bridlington & O2 Scarborough