Beverley RUFC Perform Well At Junior Pock 7s

Beverley RUFC Perform Well At Junior Pock 7s
April 24, 2017

After a bumper senior Pock 7s on Good Friday, the youngsters got in on the seven-a-side act at Percy Road on Sunday.

24 teams produced another six hour try feast in the Pocklington Junior Charity Sevens, sponsored by Agriyork 400, with Beverley coming through at the end of the day to finish Under 14 runners up.

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Excitement Builds At Bug Vinyl As Record Store Day Approaches

Excitement Builds At Bug Vinyl As Record Store Day Approaches
April 20, 2017

Bug Vinyl in Beverley say that are looking forward to what will the first time they have taken part in Record Store Day this coming Saturday.

Business owner Neil Harris says people will be camping outside his store with people expected to be queuing up early doors to so they can get their hands some limited edition releases.

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Road Rage Leaves Man With Broken Nose

Humberside Police
April 18, 2017

Humberside Police are appealing to the public for information relating to an assault in Beverley that was a result of road rage.

In a statement released police say a man was left with a broken nose following an altercation between two drivers.

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James Westmoreland Forced To Retire From Second Race

James Westmoreland Forced To Retire From Second Race
April 18, 2017

Beverley’s James Westmoreland competed in round two of the British Superbike Championship (BSB) on board the Gearlink Kawasaki ZX-10R around the Brands Hatch Indy Circuit in Kent.

He will start from twenty third and last on the grid as he did not set a time during qualifying.

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Overnight Road Improvements At Willerby Square Roundabout

Roadworks Due To Start On B1248
April 18, 2017

East Riding of Yorkshire Council is to improve the high friction surfacing and road markings at Willerby Square roundabout, and also on all the approach roads.

The works are programmed to start on Monday, 24 April, 2017 and will take four nights to complete. The working hours will be 19:00 – 05:00.

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Haugen Hopes Eagle Can Soar At Beverley Curtain-Raiser

Haugen Hopes Eagle Can Soar At Beverley Curtain-Raiser
April 18, 2017

Trainer Rune Haugen has a first Flat runner on the turf since relocating to England from his native Norway when Baltic Eagle lines up at Beverley’s opening meeting of the season on Wednesday (April 19).

The Group Two-winning handler is now based in Newmarket and will be making his Beverley debut after his three-year-old gelding was one of six declarations for the Westwood Handicap (5.10).

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East Riding Dog Owners Fall Foul Of Microchipping Law

East Riding Dog Owners Fall Foul Of Microchipping Law
April 13, 2017

Some dog owners across the East Riding are breaking the law by failing to keep the details on their dogs’ microchip up to date.

It’s a year since the new law came into force which requires all dogs to be microchipped with the correct details and since April 2016, East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s dog warden team have prosecuted six owners and issued 64 notices to amend details or have the dog chipped.

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Two Meet The Author Events To Be Held At Beverley Library

Two Meet The Author Events To Be Held At Beverley Library
April 12, 2017

East Riding Libraries have organised two events at Beverley Library in the next few weeks, as part of their ‘Meet the Author’ series for 2017.

‘Meet the Author’ talks feature a wide range of both emerging and established writers and poets. They are a chance to hear readings, learn about the creative process and interact with the authors.

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Times Of Old : Retold – A New Oral History Project In The East Riding

Tales From The Treasure House - February Fevers
April 11, 2017

East Riding Archives, at the Treasure House in Beverley, are taking steps to ensure that memories of bygone times in the region are recorded for posterity in a new oral history project – ‘Times of Old: Re-Told’.

Archives staff are appealing for volunteers to come forward and give interviews about their past experiences of living in East Yorkshire, under one or any of the following themes.

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Tales From The Treasure House – Preserving Collections From The Past

Tales From The Treasure House - Preserving Collections From The Past
April 7, 2017

Some truly magnificent historic collections of items from bygone times are built up by antiquarians, but unfortunately they are all too easily lost, destroyed or split up and sold if the collector loses interest or dies.

Staff at the East Riding Archives at the Treasure House in Beverley come across this problem all the time, and it’s such a shame that precious parts of local history never have the chance of being preserved for the community.

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