A ‘hauntingly’ good Halloween treasure hunt is being held in Beverley during next week’s half-term, with a whole host of prizes to be won.
Organisers of the Beverley Folk Festival say they re staggered at the amount collected in cash donations during the weekend.
Tesco’s 8th Neighbourhood Food Collection took place in stores across the UK last week and proved to be a tremendous success.
Following the success of the Official Start of this year’s Tour de Yorkshire, the historic streets of Beverley will again transform into a cycling circuit as some of the country’s top riders
Major fashion brands Peacocks and River Island are to open at Flemingate in Beverley, the centre’s owner, Wykeland Group, announced today.
Cosmo’s Flaming Grill Restaurant in Wednesday market Beverley celebrated 12 months of successful trading that the business owner Eyyup Demir has described as an incredible year.
Tens of thousands of people are expected to pack Beverley town centre for the start of the second Tour de Yorkshire on Friday, 29 April.
The Flemingate centre has announced changes to parking charges. From Thursday, April 28, shoppers will pay just £1 to park for three hours throughout the week at Flemingate’s 500-space car park.
Beverley’s much loved, award winning Puppet Festival returns this summer with a line up featuring giant puppets, creepy clowns, barmy birds
Beverley Consolidated Charity has been voted Beverley Building Society’s Charity of the Month for February by its members.
Beverley Quakers have raised over £250 for the charity Shelter by singing carols in Beverley Town Centre.
Guest and Phillips say their new shop, which they are currently opening at Flemingate in Beverley, does not mean they have any plans to abandon the town centre.
Adoption staff from East Riding of Yorkshire Council are taking to the streets this week to encourage more people to consider adopting a child.
Beverley Races say that there are a limited number of tickets still available for tomorrow’s ladies day meeting.
Bad weather over the past few days may have put some people off attending Beverley Racecourse’s Family Raceday however those that did brave the elements,
Organisers of Beverley Folk Festival say they are touched by the generosity of the public after collections held during the event raised over £700.
Following the success of the inaugural Tour de Yorkshire, the historic streets of Beverley will again reverberate to the sounds of cycling as some of the country’s top riders