Humberside Police are appealing for help to locate a next of kin following the death of Beverley resident Michael Nicholson.
Photos from the Beverley Minster where Beverley High School hosted their annual festive event complete with music and readings.
The Festival of Nine Lessons & Corals was enjoyed by hundreds of people who packed out Beverley Minster to enjoy a wonderful afternoon of entertainment.
St Mary’s Church was dealt an unexpected blow after motor vehicle came off the road and mounted the pavement smashing into the gate.
The accident, which happened at around midday on Thursday has left St Mary’s without a gate while a section of the wall has also been removed.
HU17.net Magazine Issue 377 is out and features images from South Pacific by Longcroft School and the inauguration of the new Vicar at Beverley Minster.
This week also features a number of articles. HU17.net Magazine Issue 377 can be purchased from Molescroft News on Woodhall Way, Beverley.
A service was held for the Inauguration of the Ministry of Reverend Canon Jonathan Baker as Vicar of Beverley Minster and Priest in charge of Routh.
Held at Beverley Minster, the service was led by The Bishop of Hull, The Right Reverend Alison White.
With the Beverley Festival of Christmas just days away people are being urged to plan ahead so they can the most of the event this weekend.
Taking place on Sunday 10 December, East Riding of Yorkshire Council have also highlight the benefits the Beverley Festival of Christmas brings to local businesses.
A local artist, David Thomas is currently holding a pop up Exhibition on Highgate in Beverley show casing a range of work created with watercolours.
David, who is a retired architect work features a range of subjects that include some very familiar scenes around Beverley.
Member of the Beverley Minster congregation presented Revd Gareth Atha with Stole that tells the story of advert sing characters from the Minster.
Libby Naylor, Member of the Congregation spent three months to make the unique purple garment that will be worn during the advent season.
When Beverley chef John Robinson got married four years ago he had a wedding gift with a difference for his new wife, Liz.
Using her maiden name, John, who owns and runs Whites Restaurant in North Bar Without, Beverley, had set up the Tyas Foundation, a charity to help vulnerable children across East Yorkshire.
A rare and wonderful opportunity for a group of 60 pupils to display a collaborative piece of art work in a public space at the East Riding Theatre.
With guidance from local artist Emma Garness, the challenge for all 60 pupils from year 6 at Beverley Minster Primary School were set a challenge.
Beverley Minster and Beverley Town Council will this weekend present the annual Beverley Christmas Festival of Food and Drink
Taking place on Saturday 25 November, from 10AM to 4PM the event will have something for all the family including a special appearance by Father Christmas.
Organisers of the Christmas Tree Festival at Beverley Minster are looking to find five more social groups of businesses to take at this year’s event.
With 95 confirmed participants, they are hoping five more will come forward this year to set a new record of 100 trees – the most they can physically fit in.
The Daisy Appeal say that the response to their fund raising scheme has been going really well though they still have some Ceramic Daisy’s for sale.
Hand crafted by a local artist, the ceramic Daisy’s make a perfect this Christmas for anyone looking for something different while supporting a good cause.
A drone film made by the Aerial Picture Company about Beverley Minster has won an international award at the Washington DC Drone Film Festival 2017.
The film, ‘Beverley Minster Fly Through’ provides a completely unique perspective of Beverley’s most well known land mark scooped the award in the Architecture Category.
Who knew that Beverley had such a grisly and gruesome past? In a dramatic turn of events, there is a ghostly new tour in town.
On a cold dark winter’s evening you can now be guided round the dark cobbled alleys and ancient buildings of the town and be spooked by tales of Beverley’s bloody and supernatural past.
A wall that surrounds Beverley Minster that has stood the test of time has been damaged following a police pursuit.
The incident which took place last month has left the Victorian wall needed repairs that are likely to cost thousands of pounds.