As the lockdown restrictions continue to lift, Beverley Town Council is brightening up the town; with colourful floral displays now appearing in the town centre and the outlying housing estates.
Humber Premier League fixtures could be postponed and due to COVID-19 Pandemic sweeping across the globe.
This weekend saw almost every major sporting fixture cancelled as governing bodies look to their bit to help prevent the disease from spreading.
Chat, a charity shop on the Swinemoor Estate has celebrated 20 years of serving the local community.
Manager Trevor Green who was one of the founders of the venture says it is remarkable that they have lasted two decades.
Four community groups in the East Riding and Hull have benefited from a grant scheme set up by five Yorkshire councils and funded by the construction industry.
Driffield Methodist Church, North Ferriby Primary School, Beverley Town Jaguars Under-16s and Rooted in Hull received a combined total of more than £30,000 in the latest round of awards from the YOR4Good fund.
The Beverley Christmas Festival of Food & Drink will take place later this month. The event has proved popular over the years since first being held.
Organised by Beverley Town Council and Beverley Minster the event promises to be a tasty treat in the run up to Christmas.
Beverley Town Council has today announced a public consultation on its ambitious plans to acquire the former St Nicholas’ primary school building as a community resource for the town.
The project, which has cross-party support and co-operation, is building a business plan to support the acquisition of the property.
St Mary’s Primary School are celebrating after achieving a School Games Mark Platinum award.
A government-led award, the School Games Mark is awarded to schools that demonstrate they are committed to developing a competitive sports environment.
Beverley Town Cricket & Recreation Club is set to unveil the new Ivan Usher Stand.
The special event takes place this Sunday, 15 September at 12 noon. During the afternoon there will be a number of events, including a charity football match.
Award-winning housebuilder Beal Homes has released more properties in response to a tremendous demand for new homes at a development in one of Britain’s best places to live.
The next phase of 12 homes at the exclusive St. John’s Fold development in Beverley has been released after buyers snapped up half of the properties off the plan.
The long-awaited launch of one of Yorkshire’s most sought-after residential developments has been announced.
Award-winning housebuilder Beal Homes is inviting eager house hunters to discover more about its luxury St. John’s Fold development in Beverley.
Photos from the Hull Boys Sunday Football League match featuring Beverley Town Blues and Beverley Town U17s.
In a high scoring derby game, it was Beverley Town (playing in red) who came out on top winning the game 6-2.
Beverley Town were held at home by Chalk Lane as the sides shared six goals in a thrilling 3-3 draw.
Beverley went 1-0 following a well-worked goal from Karl Fitzgerald. Chalk had a good penalty appeal turned away, both teams created some good chances but neither side could convert. The first half was played at a frantic pace, with both teams determined to get a foothold on the game.
Beverley Town boss Rich Jagger says his side must treat this weekend’s game with Chalk Lane as a cup final.
Jagger was speaking ahead of their Humber Premier League fixture which will see town welcome the Champions to Norwood.
Football players in Beverley have got behind a campaign being run by the charity East Yorkshire Foodbank.
Beverley Town put an appeal out to football players in the club to bring a tin of food to their match on Saturday.
Photos from the game between Beverley Town Tigers U10s who hosted AFC Tickton Colts at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
This local derby was fiercely contested with both sides giving it their all on the pitch. It was a fine example of youth football in the region between two of the footballing giants in our area.
Beverley Town Football Club suffered a 4-0 defeat in their first game back at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
On a day that was supposed to be a celebration for the club, the efforts put in off the field were not matched on the pitch.
Alex Stark came off the bench to pinch all three points for Beverley Town, heading in a 90th-minute winner.
Manager Rich Jagger admits he was relieved to beat Westella having gone into the game with key players missing.
Beverley Town travelled to Hull to take on defending champions Chalk lane in a game between two sides that should be pushing for honours this season.
The first 20 minutes were competitive, with both sides looking to get a foothold in the game early on. Town created a couple of good chances after good work down the right by Joe Norton.