Big Beverley Pancake Race Seeks Teams of Tossers

Big Beverley Pancake Race Seeks Teams of Tossers
January 23, 2020

Beverley Town Council has put an appeal for the tossers to come forward to take part in an upcoming event.

For the third consecutive, Beverley Town Council will be hosting the Big Beverley Pancake Race. As a result, they are urging businesses to support the event.

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Sizzling New Steakhouse Set To Make Debut At Flemingate

Sizzling New Steakhouse Set To Make Debut At Flemingate
January 22, 2020

An exciting new steakhouse restaurant is to open at Beverley’s flourishing Flemingate centre.

Renowned for serving the finest Himalayan salt-aged beef, including Wagyu, Tomahawk Steakhouse has perfected the art of creating specialist steak dishes for “authentic meat connoisseurs”.     

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Sorting Hats And Wands Return For Harry Potter Book Night

Sorting Hats And Wands Return For Harry Potter Book Night
January 22, 2020

Limited numbers of tickets are still on sale for the ever-popular Harry Potter Book Night 2020 events in East Riding Libraries.

The event returns in February for an evening of games, crafts, and fun. There will be readings, the Sorting Hat ceremony, the Polyjuice Potion Game, and Ancient Runes Lessons!

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Chameleon Bring ‘The Winds Of Change’ To Beverley

Chameleon Bring ‘The Winds Of Change’ To Beverley
January 22, 2020

There will be a chance to come along to a musical afternoon with Chameleon at the Toll Gavel United Church, Beverley, on Thursday, 6 February at 2pm.

Chameleon is a multi-instrumental woodwind quartet, exploring a varied programme of folk, classical and twentieth-century music.

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Police and Crime Commissioner Proposes Increase To Precept

Police and Crime Commissioner Proposes Increase To Precept
January 21, 2020

Residents will be asked to dig a bit deeper and pay more towards local policing in their council tax. Police and Crime Commissioner Keith Hunter is proposing the police precept is increased by 2.2% for 2020/21.

Mr Hunter also says that the increase is in line with inflation. If approved homeowners in Band D property will be asked to stump up 9p a week more.

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MP Writes To Local Schools To Promote Summer Schools Programme

MP Writes To Local Schools To Promote Summer Schools Programme
January 20, 2020

Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has written to local schools in the area to encourage their pupils to apply for the Sutton Trust’s UK Summer Schools programme.

The Sutton Trust is a charity which promotes social mobility, while their summer programme is designed to help young people make more informed choices about what they want to do after leaving school.

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Escape Room Beverley Proving Popular Since Opening Its Doors

Escape Room Beverley Proving Popular Since Opening Its Doors
January 18, 2020

The first Escape Room in Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire has officially opened its doors and is taking bookings today.

Escape Rooms Beverley is the first of its kind in the Beverley area and is located on Norwood, Beverley, making it easy for people to complete the rooms then go onto have a nice meal at local eateries or for a drink in the town centre.

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Tuck Into A Thomas’ Pasty This Veganuary In Beverley

Tuck Into A Thomas’ Pasty This Veganuary In Beverley
January 18, 2020

As people across the country turn to a plant-based diet for the month to support Veganuary, Thomas the Baker is offering free samples of vegan goodies in store.

All of Thomas’ 30 stores across Yorkshire and the North East will also be offering a free taste of its popular Vegetable Pasty, which has recently been redeveloped to be suitable for vegans, from Monday 20 to Friday 24 January.

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Tour de Yorkshire To Set Off From Historic Beverley

Tour de Yorkshire To Set Off From Historic Beverley
January 17, 2020

The eyes of the cycling world will be once again on East Yorkshire as Beverley will host the start of the 2020 Tour de Yorkshire.

At the launch event held in Leeds, race organisers Welcome to Yorkshire and Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) confirmed that stage one of the men’s race on Thursday, 30 April will start in the East Riding and take in some villages that have never seen the race before.

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Join In The Digital Arts Celebration In East Riding Libraries

Join In The Digital Arts Celebration In East Riding Libraries
January 17, 2020

East Riding Libraries are hosting their first Digital Art Celebration until 29 February, which culminates in a digital art competition with a chance to win one of five graphics tablets.

East Riding Libraries pride themselves on being much more than books – they are a community hub that’s free for everyone to attend and offer a variety of social groups, access to information, free internet and computer access and free digital support.

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Daisy Appeal Says Thank You With A Silver Flower As Nicky Is Knocked Out By Nominations

Daisy Appeal Says Thank You With A Silver Flower As Nicky Is Knocked Out By Nominations
January 17, 2020

A mother of two young children has been presented with a special gift on behalf of a leading local charity after being nominated by family and friends for her bravery in undergoing treatment for cancer and a stroke.

Nicky Hern Holthuysen, who lives near Anlaby, received a specially hand-crafted daisy charm from Karen Guest, Partner at Guest & Phillips jewellers and a trustee of the Daisy Appeal.

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National Hobby Month – Cycling One Of The Most Popular With Us Brits

National Hobby Month - Cycling One Of The Most Popular With Us Brits
January 16, 2020

January is National Hobby Month with cycling being one of the most popular hobbies undertaken in the UK. However recent research shows that most of us Brits stick to our hobbies for just 16 months.

Throughout January events are taking place across the UK covering all sorts of hobbies. Other popular hobbies in the UK include craft-based activities and the performing arts.

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WorkwithSchools Offer Rip-Roaring Prize For World Earth Day

WorkwithSchools Offer Rip-Roaring Prize For World Earth Day
January 16, 2020

WorkwithSchools, a York-based supply teaching agency, is offering local primary schools the chance to win a rip-roaring prize.

They are giving schools in the area a chance to win a class trip to see the highly acclaimed Lion King at the Alhambra Theatre in Bradford in May for a matinee performance.

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Local Men’s Sheds Projects Win Backing Of MP

Local Men’s Sheds Projects Win Backing Of MP
January 16, 2020

Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has given his backing to ‘Men’s Sheds’ projects across his constituency, supported by the UK Men’s Sheds Association.

Men’s Sheds aims to support older men, and women, to get together and connect with likeminded people in the area while learning new skills such as metalworking, electronics or even building cars.

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