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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Bleach Yard Stables

August 3, 2009

Explore the ancient pastures of the Beverley Westwood on horseback;  Bleach Yard Stables were established in 1967 and is approved by the Association of British Riding Schools. It is open 7 days a week. They are situated opposite Beverley Police station off New Walk, just fives minutes from Beverley Town Centre. All standards of riders are welcome; beginners may enjoy a formal lesson with one of the friendly staff. Bleach Yard…

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Racing Round Beverley

July 24, 2009

Beverley town centre was turned into a race circuit, with no cars in sight  the roads were taken over by runners and cyclists for a collection of races. Click on the thumbnail to view a larger image Click on the thumbnail to view a larger image

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Norwood Park Exhibtion

100 YEARS OF SPORT AT NORWOOD PARK 1909 – 2009 A new exhibition called 100 Years of Sport at Norwood Park opened in Gallery Two of the Treasure House, in Champney Road, Beverley, on 10 July 2009. The exhibition is a celebration of sport at Beverley Town Cricket and Recreation Club at Norwood Park.  Since the club opened in 1909 it has provided the town with a wide variety of…

July 22, 2009
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Homecoming Parade

July 20, 2009

The Yorkshire Regiment will hold a homecoming parade in Beverley on Thursday, 23 July from 2.30pm in the presence of the Lord-Lieutenant of the East Riding of Yorkshire, the High Sheriff of the East Riding of Yorkshire, the Chairman of East Riding of Yorkshire Council and the Town Mayor of Beverley. Chairman of East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Councillor Christopher Matthews said: “I am pleased to welcome the Yorkshire Regiment…

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Gartons of Yorkshire

July 19, 2009

Gartons of Yorkshire in Beverley sells flowers and a large selection of special gifts and household goods from their store in Beverley Town Centre Gartons of Yorkshire Ltd – 21, North Bar Within, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 8DB – 01482 679270 Gartons of Yorkshire Ltd – 21, North Bar Within, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 8DB – 01482 679270 googlemaps

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Vacant Shops in Beverley

July 16, 2009

Beverley Town Centre was again buzzing with people shopping; eating and drinking yet for some reason the empty commercial properties in Beverley Town Centre are what caught my attention. With Boots moving to the store vacated by Woolworths three smaller units they used will become vacant right the in very heart of Beverley and with the current economic situation is hard to see any new business’s starting up. Click on…

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The Earth Collection

June 27, 2009

The Earth Collection shop is located in Beverley town centre, they ensure that their entire manufacturing process is environmentally and socially responsible by continuing to reduce waste and emissions to air ground and water. Our dyes are exclusively withcut and they work only with dye houses that clean and recycle their waste water. The Earth Collection, your source for environmentally friendly clothing. The Earth Collection – 4 Beaver House, Butchers…

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Game Invader

June 22, 2009

There are lots of independent retailers in the Beverley Town Centre however one of them in particular is top of my own personal list purely for the products it sells. When Blockbuster Video and Choice Video closed down Beverley had no place you could go and trade in your old video games. Well that problem was solved when Game Invader arrived. Aside from video games they also sell collectibles such…

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Beverley Baptist Church

This Saturday Beverley town centre was a hive of activity, the market was in full swing and the locals were out in force on the high street enjoying the morning before the afternoon turned wet and miserable. The nice people from Beverley Baptist Church were out, they had a stall and were selling quality goods from the fare trade centre they were out promoting their sports day which took place…

June 21, 2009
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Graham Stuart in Beverley

Graham Stuart the MP for Beverley & Holderness is due in Beverley town centre this Saturday 20th June 2009 between 10 and 12 at Toll gravel where he will be holding one of his street surgery sessions. Having not been to one before I will try and make if for no other reason then to get a decent picture of the man we elect to voice our views in parliament….

June 19, 2009
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Flemingate Development

June 19, 2009

Museum of Army Transport been closed for some time with demolition work being carried out and pretty much completed on the buildings  that used to house over 100 vehicles. Located on the Fleming Gate site it is possibly the biggest physical change that I have witness since moving to Beverley and given its location it is highly unlikely a site of this size will ever been developed again so close…

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Beverley Town Centre

June 17, 2009

Beverley Town centre has a large pedestrian only shopping area and like all good market towns still has a car park in the middle. It has two weekly markets, Saturday Market and Wednesday Market. There are a good blend of shops and it has seen Mark & Spencer’s expand thier presence when they took over the building vacated by Somerfield. Boots are in the process of opening a larger store too,…

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