Microchip Scanning Devices Can Now Be Found In Police Stations

Microchip Scanning Devices Can Now Be Found In Police Stations
February 23, 2018

Dog owners across the East Riding could be reunited with the dogs quicker as microchip scanning devices can now be found in police stations.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council has given Humberside Police four devices which will be available at police stations in Beverley, Bridlington, Goole and Hornsea/Withernsea.

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Macmillan Announce £1m Investment To Support Local People Affected By Cancer

Macmillan Announce £1m Investment To Support Local People Affected By Cancer
February 19, 2018

Every year in this area, 2274 people hear the devastating news they have cancer and the number of people living with cancer in this area is set to almost double by 2030. This is why Macmillan Cancer Support are investing £1million into vital cancer services in this area.

An event was held at Castle Hill Hospital where volunteers, fundraisers and committee members were joined by Lady Halifax, the President of Macmillan to hear from Fundraising Managers Becky Read and Clara White, Macmillan Nurse Sarah Guest, and Macmillan Partnership Manager Lorraine McDonald about the exciting investment that is happening right here on our doorsteps.

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5 Important Reasons Why You Should Make A Will

5 Important Reasons Why You Should Make A Will
February 16, 2018

Murray Hills Solicitors, on Railway Street in Beverley say it is important to make a Will.

They say the main reason for making a Will is to ensure your estate goes to the people you want it to and not those you do not, it is to assist your grieving family and take away some of the stress.

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Enjoy A Country Walk From Etton In Late February

Enjoy A Country Walk From Etton In Late February
February 16, 2018

On Friday, 23 February, there will be a chance to enjoy a February walk along quiet country lanes and along the Hudson Way, also known as the Beverley to Market Weighton Rail Trail.

The five-mile walk will start outside the Light Dragoon pub in Etton, at 9.30am. It will be an opportunity to spot early spring flowers on the verges and up on the trees.

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MP Says There Is ‘More To Do’ As Government Grants Local Funding Wish

MP Says There Is 'More To Do' As Government Grants Local Funding Wish
February 15, 2018

Beverley and Holderness MP, Graham Stuart, has welcomed the announcement of £1.2m extra funding for the East Riding in the latest local authority settlement.

Graham, who was instrumental in setting up the Rural Services Delivery Grant (RSDG) that is providing the additional cash, said the money would support vital public services across his constituency.

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East Riding Youth Dance – Community Dance Programme

East Riding Youth Dance - Community Dance Programme
February 13, 2018

Following the recent Platform event hosted at Bridlington Spa that saw over 100 young dancers take to the stage, East Riding Youth Dance is once again recruiting for young people to join the exciting community dance programme alongside the East Riding Youth Dance County Company.

The youth dance programme is a fantastic opportunity for young people from Year 5 and upwards to engage in 12 weeks of community dance. Participants will work closely with professional dance artists, providing a platform for those with little or no previous background in dance to have a fun, energetic and inspirational experience.

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White Rabbit Chocolatiers Plan Second Restaurant Event

White Rabbit Chocolatiers Plan Second Restaurant Event
February 13, 2018

It’s recent collaboration with Beverley-based former Masterchef contestant Mike Williams went down a storm.

And, having got a taste for creating fine dining experiences, White Rabbit Chocolatiers is now ‘flying solo’ to run a similar event at its cosy café in Dyer Lane.

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Base Queens Need Backing From Community To Realise Their Dream

Base Queens Need Backing From Community To Realise Their Dream
February 12, 2018

Base Queens, a dance group in Beverley are appealing to the community to get behind them and help them raise the money needed so they can compete on the biggest stage.

Base Queens which is made up of 18 girls aged between 11 to 13 are raising money after they reached the World and European Finals to be held later this year.

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Beverley’s Father & Son Team Confirm TT 2018 Presence

Beverley's Father & Son Team Confirm TT 2018 Presence
February 9, 2018

Fastest Sidecar newcomers of 2017, the father and son team of Gary Gibson/Daryl Gibson are confirmed to return this May to the Mountain Course, as they aim to build upon their impressive performances from last years TT Races.

Last June saw the Beverley based duo deservedly chalk up, the lead three wheeling newcomers crown, following series of impressive performances within the Sure Sidecar races, which saw them record 21st and 15th place finishes, along the way lapping at over the 104.5 mph mark.

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Fly-Tipper Fined After Dumping Rubbish On Long Lane In Beverley

Fly-Tipper Fined After Dumping Rubbish On Long Lane In Beverley
February 9, 2018

A Hull man who advertised his illegal waste services on Facebook has been ordered to pay a total of £2,794.44 after admitting fly-tipping in Beverley.

Rubbish including tables, metal cages, car seats, cardboard boxes, a gas bottle and other household items were found dumped at the side of the road in Long Lane, Beverley, in March 2017.

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Humber Day At The Beverley Treasure House

Humber Day At The Beverley Treasure House
February 8, 2018

Visit the Treasure House in Beverley on Saturday, 10 February to hear historical tales with storyteller Frances Kelly and to find out more about the history of the Humber.

Frances Kelly has put together a unique set of stories for the event that have been inspired by some of the fascinating histories of the Humber Estuary region.

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Val Wood Signing New Paperback A Mother’s Choice In Beverley

Val Wood Signing New Paperback A Mother’s Choice In Beverley
February 7, 2018

At a time when abuse scandals and in-equality hit the headlines, acclaimed author Val Wood is releasing her paperback, A Mother’s Choice.

The book tackles hard-hitting issues including poverty and rape in 19th Century Hull and Val will be signing copies at WH Smith Books in Beverley on Saturday, Feb 10 at 11AM.

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