Chartered Surveyors Celebrate Ten Years Advising Construction Sector

Chartered Surveyors Celebrate Ten Years Advising Construction Sector
August 23, 2017

Running a successful business is no mean feat within the construction sector but chartered building surveyors, Delaney Marling Partnership (DMP) are celebrating their tenth anniversary, advising clients on all forms of built property.

Attributing their ongoing growth to building a business based on honesty and trust, clients in Hull, East Yorkshire and North East Lincolnshire rely on advice to help make decisions about building projects, both large and small that also saves time and money.

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Bumper Year For Festivals During Celebratory Anniversaries

Bumper Year For Festivals During Celebratory Anniversaries
August 22, 2017

It has been a bumper year for the York-based National Centre for Early Music, as during a significant anniversary year for both the Beverley Early Music Festival, and York Early Music Festival, audience figures and box office targets have been exceeded.

The 30th anniversary of the Beverley Early Music Festival in May featured an international exhibition in Beverley Minster for the first time, as part of an accessible outreach programme that celebrated a partnership with the Flemish Alamire Foundation and Flanders House.

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Something Out Of This Word Is Heading To The East Riding This Autumn

Something Out Of This Word Is Heading To The East Riding This Autumn
August 19, 2017

East Riding of Yorkshire Council is delighted to announce a large-scale programme of events called Out of this Word as its fourth and final event as a Principal Partner of Hull UK City of Culture 2017.

‘Out of this Word’ brings top writers, poets, playwrights, artists and musicians from across the UK to the East Riding to celebrate the power of language.

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Mystery Death On The Hull To Beverley Railway Line

Mystery Death On The Hull To Beverley Railway Line
July 17, 2017

Nowadays rail travel is one of the most efficient and safest modes of transport. In the nineteenth century, the ease of rail travel gave women in particular a form of independence that few had previously experienced.

However, the reporting of events on 18 January 1853 on a train travelling from Hull to Beverley must have sent a shudder through many a female rail traveller.

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Carers Celebration Service To Be hosted At Beverley Minster

Carers Celebration Service To Be hosted At Beverley Minster
July 4, 2017

Carers and the cared for are invited to gather in the majestic surroundings of Beverley Minster on Wednesday, 5 July at 1pm for the annual Carers Celebration Service.

The popular event, which is organised by the East Riding Carers Advisory Group in partnership with the East Riding Carers Support Service, is an uplifting and joyful celebration of the invaluable role of carers

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American-Style FirePit Smokehouse & Sports Bar Set To Open in Beverley

American-Style FirePit Smokehouse & Sports Bar Set To Open in Beverley
May 26, 2017

The company behind the town’s successful Potting Shed Bar and Gardens plans to transform a ground floor site in the centre to create a new venue with a bold trans-Atlantic theme.

FirePit Smokehouse & Sports Bar will have distinctive Americana décor, combining urban industrial fittings with bright neon signage, classic car parts and bric-a-brac and a few unique wow factors. Amongst its trademark features will be a custom-built Airstream-style aluminium caravan, made in Beverley and specially designed to create a cool private dining booth.

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Monks Walk Pub Hosts Two Sets Of Authors In One Day

Monks Walk Reach First Anniversary Following Successful year In Business
May 1, 2017

Monks Walk pub in Beverley is inviting readers to meet the authors of two very different local interest books on the same day.

On Wednesday May 10th the pub in Highgate will be welcoming Fleur & Colin Speakman, authors of the highly acclaimed new book ‘The Yorkshire Wolds – a Journey of Discovery’, which has a chapter on Beverley and John Phillips, author of: ‘Of a Fair Uniforme Making’ – a definitive history on the building of Beverley Minster.

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Monks Walk Reach First Anniversary Following Successful year In Business

Monks Walk Reach First Anniversary Following Successful year In Business
March 29, 2017

Former Beverley Minster virger Neil Pickford and the staff at Monks Walk in Highgate are celebrating the first anniversary of the pub’s successful reopening by asking Beverley folk to help them buy the freehold.

The pub reopened on 8 April 2016 after a refit that removed all the TVs and jukebox, transforming it into a proper ‘Chatter’ pub – and it has been so successful that Neil thinks his appeal for crowdfunding will be very popular.

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