Ladies Day @ The Royal Standard

August 12, 2010

The Royal Standard proved to be a top location for post-Ladies’ Day drinks after the races in Beverley. As the glamorous Racegoers streamed back into Beverley Town Centre for the evening,  the Royal Standard not only provided a warm welcome to all those who had attended, but also was a great location for those who hadn’t to observe the fashions and fun. HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture…

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Ladies Day @ North Bar Beverley

August 12, 2010

Pictures taken at North Bar Beverley on Ladies Day showing the ladies and gents heading back to Beverley Town centre after enjoying a day at Beverley Racecourse. HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full size HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full size

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Three Little Ponies

July 24, 2010

Shoppers in Beverley Town Centre this week may have noticed three miniature ponies having a stroll amongst them. The Miniature Shetland Ponies were accompanied by volunteers of a national charity ‘Phoenix Childrens Foundation’ Fund’ which raises money to support programmes to help disadvantaged children enjoy the experience of horse-riding. Shelia Barnard from the charity explained, “We provide riding lessons and equipment to disabled and seriously ill children across the country.” “In total we have ten of…

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Snaith Beats Pearson in 5K Debut

July 21, 2010

Runners raced round the narrow streets of Beverley town centre last Friday in the annual Beverley 5k Classic which preceded the National Circuit Race Championships for cyclists. Following the same course as the cyclists, runners completed four laps before crossing the cobbles to reach the finish in Saturday Market. The winner was Matthew Bowser of Lincoln Wellington AC who recorded the second fastest time in the history of the race. …

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Clancy Wins in Front of Large Crowds in Beverley

July 17, 2010

Olympic champion Ed Clancy showed his class to claim the latest leg of the National Circuit Race Championships in Beverley last night. In perfect conditions for racing, Clancy, part of the gold medal-winning GB pursuit team in China, positioned himself well to take victory on the tight Beverley town centre circuit. The Team Motorsport Marshall Pasta rider headed home Ian Wilkinson from Endura Racing, with Clancy’s team-mate Jonathon McEvoy in…

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Racecourse Celebrates Success of New Race Night

June 18, 2010

Beverley Racecourse was awash with padlocks and keys last night, when a themed race night called Lucky in Love took place for the first time and thousands of revellers descended on the venue. The popular racecourse and events centre, based in York Road, Beverley, organised the themed race meeting to attract a new generation of racegoers, who were each issued with either a padlock or a key on arrival –…

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Help For Heroes Sponsored Walk

May 26, 2010

Staff, family and friends from Willerby and Kirkella Neighbourhood Policing Team will be taking part in a sponsored walk from Queens Gardens Police Station in Hull to Beverley Police Station, New Walk, Beverley on Saturday 29th May. The 10 mile walk will be in aid of Help the Heroes charity and officers will be rattling their buckets throughout the walk, collecting for the charity. As well as the officers taking…

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Beverley Police Officers Tips for Shoppers to Beat Pick Pockets

April 21, 2010

People out shopping in Beverley town centre are being warned by police to keep a close eye on their purses. Following on from a very successful purse dipping campaign in Beverley in 2009, local officers came up with a quirky product to warn people if their purses are being targeted. Two small bells attached to a clasp, which can easily be added to a purse or wallet are being distributed…

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Beverley Racecourse New Themed Race Evening

April 3, 2010

Beverley Racecourse unlocks a new approach to racing with the launch of a themed race night in 2010 With horseracing season just around the corner, Beverley Racecourse is taking an innovative approach to attracting racegoers to a new fixture which is being launching for the first time this year. The popular racecourse and events centre, based in York Road, Beverley, has organised a themed race meeting on Thursday, June 17,…

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Beverley’s Saturday Market Cancelled

January 8, 2010

In a press release sent out today by East Riding of Yorkshire Council to close Saturday Market this weekend has deeply upset and angered Beverley’s Market Traders, the press release issued reads; The East Yorkshire Council has regretfully had to cancel the Saturday market in Beverley town centre tomorrow, 9 January, because of the adverse weather conditions.  The conditions would not be safe for those setting up the stalls and…

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Beverley Festival of Christmas 2009

November 26, 2009

As the Beverley Christmas Festival approaches John Bird the festival chairman reflects on how the show has developed over the years in his programme notes. Pictures from Beverley Festival of Christmas 2009 The Christmas Festival which is on the 13th December 2009 starting at 10.00am going through till 4.00pm is all set to be the biggest yet with thousands of people expected. There will be a park and ride system…

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Armistice Day in Beverley

November 11, 2009

Beverley town centre came to stand still today at 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month, veterans, and children from Beverley’s schools, the Mayor of Beverley and other town officials stood in silence for 2 minutes. In the Memorial Gardens, Hengate, Beverley Mr Longcaster of Molescroft Primary School held a special assembly for the children from his school and from Keldmash Primary School Primary School, Beverley. The youngsters…

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Barclays Refit Misery for Neighbours

October 22, 2009

Barclays Bank in Beverley is currently undergoing a refit though the contractors carrying out the work seem to be showing little regard for the banks neighbours and those trying to access Beverley town centre. Outside the bank they have fenced off most of the pavement to park a van, mini digger and a generator while further down the street outside the Beaver Pub, North Bar Kitchens, Grants Restaurant and Help…

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Hengate Road Closure

October 7, 2009

Road reconstruction works are scheduled to be carried out  on Sundays starting later this month. The work will start on Sunday , 11th October and will be undertaken on seven consecutive Sundays except  8th November 2009 which is Remembrance Sunday. As well as taking out about eight inches of the original carriageway and replacing damaged ironwork, the council will also be resurfacing approximately half of the junction on New Walkergate/Manor…

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Bonfire Night Diversions & Parking

October 5, 2009

The Annual Beverley Lions Bonfire is a very successful and well-attended event,  however  with  this  comes  a  number  of Traffic and Public Safety issues,  which  have been monitored and discussed with The Beverley Police, The Beverley Lions and the Highways Authority. In 2008 a trial was carried whereby the east bound carriageway of Westwood Road and Walkington Road was temporary closed to traffic. This closure proved successful, but safety issues…

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North Bar After Ladies Day

August 12, 2009

Pictures from North Bar Within and The Royal Standard, showing the ladies and gentleman who have been to Beverley Racecourse for Ladies Day make their way into Beverley Town Centre for food and drink.

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Beverley Races Ladies Day

August 12, 2009

Well its not even 11 am and the women all dressed up for a days racing are arriving at Beverley Racecourse, these ladies had come from Hull and were the early birds as they look to get in and secure their favourite place to settle down for a pinic and racing. The weather looks to good too which should make for a great day for all the visitors to races…

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East Riding College Beverley

August 6, 2009

Set in the grounds of the former Longcroft Hall, our Beverley campus is a five-minute walk from Beverley town centre and borders the lush common land of the Westwood. Many of our classrooms are dotted around the grounds, in among the dozens of mature trees which fill the campus. The Westwood building houses hair and beauty, engineering, construction and catering and hospitality, while further blocks accommodate our Learning Resource Centre…

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