The Most Popular Law Universities in Beverley

The Most Popular Law Universities in Beverley
April 9, 2021

Attending law school is a big life decision, so making sure it’s the right one is essential. If you want to go to law school, you must think of your reasons while in college. You must first find your WHY and understand how attending it will help you change the world.

If you have not yet decided which school to attend, check out these next questions, as they’ll help you figure out your future. If you have decided, these questions can still emphasize the reasons you’ve joined law school in the first place.

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Beverley: The Bullseye of the North

Beverley: The Bullseye of the North
April 8, 2021

When it comes to the sport of darts, we British are an obsessed bunch. There are approximately 70,000 registered players that participate in the sport all across England.

For those with an interest in the game and looking to invest their time in participating or supporting the sport, then Beverley is home to a major dart league and hosts many events and competitions.

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£1.2 Million Improvement Scheme Planned For Busy Roundabout

£1.2 Million Improvement Scheme Planned For Busy Roundabout
April 6, 2021

East Riding of Yorkshire Council is developing a £1.2 million scheme to improve the A164 junction with the B1232 at Willerby, also known as The Ketch roundabout.

Queues are often formed on the approaches to the roundabout, particularly on the B1232 from Willerby as motorists wait to turn right onto the A164 towards Beverley. Traffic is forecast to increase in the future with new housing to be built in the area.

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Spring Is In The Air At Shepherd’s Rest

Spring Is In The Air At Shepherd’s Rest
April 4, 2021

Meet the shepherdess welcoming new arrivals to Risby Homes’ Shepherd’s Rest in Beverley, a 74-home development of two, three and four-bed properties located off Shepherd Lane close to Minster Way.

Alongside 35 new home buyers, Risby Homes’ site coordinator Amy Barrett has welcomed three new lambs to her flock so far this spring, a flock which inspired the name for the latest development by award-winning East Yorkshire housebuilder Risby Homes.

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MP Urges Council To Ensure £3 Billion Bus Revolution Benefits

MP Urges Council To Ensure £3 Billion Bus Revolution Benefits
March 17, 2021

Graham Stuart MP has welcomed a revolutionary new bus strategy for the UK, which he has hailed as a chance for his constituents to finally benefit from cheaper, more reliable and more frequent bus services.

Backed up by £3 billion of funding from the Government, the strategy will formalise the relationship between East Riding of Yorkshire Council and local bus operators.

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New Constituency Data Show Beverley & Holderness Ahead Of The National Vaccine Curve

New Constituency Data Show Beverley & Holderness Ahead Of The National Vaccine Curve
March 4, 2021

Local MP Graham Stuart has welcomed new constituency-level vaccination figures which show that Beverley and Holderness is ahead of the national average of one-third of adults having received their first Covid-19 jab.

The most recently available data show all jabs administered up to 21st February, at which point 32,581 people over the age of 18 had received their first dose of either the Pfizer/BioNTech or Oxford/AstraZeneca shot.

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Hull City Council Leader Publishes Proposed Budget Statement For Year Ahead

Hull City Council Leader Publishes Proposed Budget Statement For Year Ahead
February 22, 2021

Hull City Council Leader, Councillor Stephen Brady, has published the proposed Budget Statement for 2021/22, ahead of it being discussed at Full Council on 25 February.

The Budget outlines that there will be no cuts to services for residents, and savings will be made through internal council savings but no redundancies will be made. Council Tax will rise by 4.99 per cent, but those receiving council tax support will be protected from the rise through the use of the Hardship Fund.

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