MP Graham Stuart has echoed clinicians’ calls for patience as the long-anticipated Covid-19 vaccine continues to be rolled out across the East Riding of Yorkshire, after seeking updates on the progress of its distribution
It’s been another fantastic season at Beverley Racecourse and a lot of credit must go to the ground staff team who have ensured the course was in great condition throughout the year.
Long-standing Beverley racecourse stalwart John Cleverly died on Thursday at the age of 86.
Cleverly was synonymous with the East Yorkshire circuit and served at the track as racecourse manager and clerk of the course between 1973-2000.
A Beverley-based developer is in final discussions with potential operators for a project to create a petrol station, convenience store and business units after councillors welcomed the proposals.
Lovel Capital Projects, part of Lovel Property Holdings Ltd, will now work on details of the scheme to transform the site in Killingwoldgraves Lane, on the outskirts of Beverley, which is the former home of Teckno Developments, a wallpaper and fabric pattern books manufacturer which was destroyed by fire in 2009.
Beverley Races is coming back as the racing industry resumes behind closed doors.
The first race meeting of the 2020 season will take place at Beverley Racecourse on Thursday, June 11th – almost two months after the season was originally due to begin.
The Beverley Bullet Sprint Stakes over the flying five furlongs at Beverley Racecourse is East Yorkshire’s best-known race.
Open to Flat sprinters aged three and above, and held annually at the end of August, it is the biggest day of the year for horse racing in the area. Take a stroll down memory lane with us as we remember two famous racehorses that won the Beverley Bullet.
Beverley residents are rightly proud of the historic horse racing venue in the town. You may wonder whether this is one of the oldest racetracks in the world to still hold races.
A look at some other venues around will help us to get a better feel for its position in the racing world.
Race meetings in the UK will be held behind closed doors from Tuesday and stay that way until at least the end of March.
Currently, the measures will not impact Beverley Races who start their season officially on 15 April 2020.
Beverley Racecourse has been named as a triple finalist in the Oscars of the racing industry.
The Beverley venue has been shortlisted three times in the Racecourse Association (RCA) Showcase & Awards 2019, including in the new Diversity & Inclusion category, for hosting a welcome party for Syrian refugees.
The team at Beverley’s award-winning racecourse are already planning new initiatives and a major investment in facilities after a successful 2019 season drew to a close.
Despite facing adverse weather conditions throughout spring and summer, the season attracted similar bumper attendances to last year, with almost 80,000 racegoers enjoying meetings at the picturesque racecourse.
Motorists in the East Riding are being advised to check before they travel as there will be a number of temporary road closures ahead of the Yorkshire 2019 Para-Cycling International later this month.
On Saturday, 21 September, some of the world’s top para-cyclists will be taking part in the race, which for the first time is taking place alongside the UCI Road World Championships.
Beverley Races Ladies Day Photos – A collection of photos taken at Beverley Racecourse on Ladies Day showing some of the very best turned out people.
Thousands of people enjoyed a day at the races. In true British spirit were not deterred by the elements.
This will be the tenth consecutive year that HU17.net has covered Beverley Races Ladies Day. Much has changed in that time, many of the now-familiar faces in these pictures are much older.
While people have aged another big change over the years is the lack of limos and big fancy cars that used to flood into the town
Ladies and Gents who are attending Beverley Racecourse for Ladies Day are in with a shout of winning some top prizes.
The highlight of the racing season at Beverley, prizes will be handed out to the best-dressed lady and also best-dressed man.
Ladies Day at Beverley Racecourse takes place this week that will see around 12,000 people pack out the racecourse.
As always there will be all the usual comments flying around mocking people. Look closely on your social media streams you may even see photos of people sitting on benches eating take away food late in the evening.
The idyllic old-world charm of Beverley is a pure delight, one that is amplified by the presence of its legendary racecourse.
A favourite with the locals that offers the best entertainment, the track is attended by aspiring racers throughout the year, with two special listed events bringing in visitors from far and wide.
Stylish fashion and summer cocktails will be the order of the day as racegoers up the glamour stakes for Flemingate Ladies Day.
The prestigious raceday, presented in partnership with Beverley’s Flemingate centre, returns on Wednesday, August 14, with superb racing, excellent entertainment, mouth-watering hospitality, wonderful prizes and a celebrity guest!
Students making up the Class of 2019 from Beverley High School and Beverley Grammar School should be very proud.
Those are just some of the words used by the staff who over the past few years have worked with them. Teachers from both schools also say they believe all of them have a successful future ahead.