Old School House Care Home First in Yorkshire to be Rated Outstanding

Old School House Care Home First in Yorkshire to be Rated Outstanding
May 27, 2017

The Old School House in New Walkergate, Beverley, has become the first registered council-run care home in Yorkshire to be rated as “outstanding” after the Care Quality Commission (CQC) conducted an unannounced inspection.

The East Riding of Yorkshire Council-run care home maintained its outstanding rating in the “Well Led” section when the CQC visited the premises on 21 and 22 March and the support provided was rated as “outstanding” in the “Effective” and “Caring” categories.

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The Pig and Whistle Brings a Touch Of London To Beverley

The Pig and Whistle Brings a Touch Of London To Beverley
May 27, 2017

Gary Horrocks, the HU17 Arts & Culture Editor says that The Pig and Whistle will bring a touch of London to the historic market town of Beverley.

His comments come following a special evening that was held for special guests and the media at the Sow Hill venue that will officially open to the public on 1 June.

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Yorkshire Party Say They Want To Give The County a Voice

Yorkshire Party Say They Want To Give The County a Voice
May 25, 2017

Yorkshire Party candidate Lee Walton says the key goal of their party is to give the county a voice by forming its own regional parliament.

Mr. Walton who will be standing for the Yorkshire Party in Beverley and Holderness in the 2017 general election on 8 June believes this would help tackle the divide between the North and the South.

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Change Of Address For Enviromail In Bold East Hull Expansion

Change Of Address For Enviromail In Bold East Hull Expansion
May 24, 2017

Popular social enterprise and recycling business Enviromail is on the move, after continued expansion and investment has seen it outgrow its existing HQ.

The not-for-profit company has bought and converted a 20,000 sq.ft. site at Studley Street, off Holderness Road in east Hull, into a new Enviro-Hub as it recycles waste materials from more than 400 small businesses in Hull and the Humber region.

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VERB Brings Stylish, Timeless Fashion To Beverley

VERB Brings Stylish, Timeless Fashion To Beverley
May 23, 2017

A new retail brand is bringing stylish men’s and women’s wear to Beverley’s Flemingate centre.

Lee Wardell, who has 35 years of retail experience, has launched VERB, which will offer contemporary fashion combined with unrivalled customer service to style-conscious consumers.

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Beverley’s Pig & Whistle Is Creating Jobs For Local People

A New Pig Is Coming To Beverley’s Sow Hill
May 16, 2017

Beverley will soon welcome the opening of The Pig & Whistle, which introduces a new style of dining to the East Yorkshire region.

Conceived by James Allcock, previously of 1884 Dock Street Kitchen in Hull and Burnt Truffle in Heswall, the neighbourhood bistro and charcuterie revolves around small plates that pack a punch.

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A Tommy’s Weapon Notes – Tales From The Treasure House

A Tommy's Weapon Notes - Tales From The Treasure House
May 15, 2017

With over 17 million dead, and 20 million wounded; the scale of the tragedy created by the First World War is perhaps indescribable.

It is hardly surprising that portrayals of this conflict are almost always affected by the sadness and emotion that follows with such an enormous loss of life – and rightly so.

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Volunteers Wanted To Man Beverley’s CCTV System

Volunteers Wanted To Man Beverley's CCTV System
May 11, 2017

Retired social worker Ian Gow is spear heading a scheme to recruit volunteers to help local police in Beverley manage and operate the CCTV in the town.

Mr. Gow who worked with families and young offenders during his career says the project came about following an interview he conducted with Inspector Mark Coulthar

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