Beverley Liberal Democrat Councillors have handed in a petition, on behalf of residents, with over 100 signatures saying ‘NO’ to plans ninety new homes to be built on Poplars Way.
East Yorkshire Coaches will be restarting its popular days away by coach, with a selection of trips running throughout October.
The company’s programme of day trips and holidays, which usually includes more than 200 trips a year from the Hull area, was suspended in March because of coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
As the new academic year begins and the government’s new ‘gold standard’ T Level qualifications start to be delivered for the first time across the country.
East Riding College has announced that they have been invited to deliver the flagship qualifications in the next phase of T Levels in 2022.
This Halloween, Wally, the world’s favourite children’s book character – wearing a red-and-white striped shirt and black-rimmed specs – will be travelling the country. He will be appearing in museums, including the Treasure House in Beverley.
Families will be able to join the search for Wally in the Treasure House as part of the Where’s Wally? Spooky Museum Search.
Residents will have a chance to catch a glimpse of an iconic WWII aircraft. On Thursday 10 September the Defence School of Transport will be commemorating the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
Part of those events will see a Spitfire perform a flypast as part of the scaled-down commemoration. Military and civilian staff at the Defence School of Transport, Leconfield mark the occasion annually.
East Riding’s first further education college for young people with learning disabilities will open in Beverley in September, despite the challenges faced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A family which is famed for its links with the licensed trade across East Yorkshire has launched a next-generation project with Chris and Simon Leahy opening a café bar in the village where their father was a licensee for more than 25 years.
With trade professionals playing a vital role in keeping homes and businesses, warm, safe and with power, Screwfix is proud to announce the return of its annual competition, Screwfix’s Top Tradesperson.
There is only a short time left to see the two exhibitions which are currently appearing at Beverley Art Gallery. Both exhibitions will close on Saturday, 5 September.
‘Journey Into Abstraction’ is a retrospective exhibition of the contemporary British artist John Sprakes, whose career spans over 60 years of painting and shows.
Julie Camacho will this Thursday try to win the William Hill Beverley Bullet for a second consecutive year when Makanah goes for gold in the £30,000 Listed sprint.
The North Yorkshire trainer claimed the five-furlong dash 12 months ago with the 111-rated Judicial.
East Riding Theatre say they are delighted at the government’s announcement that theatres can now begin indoor performances with socially distanced audiences.
They add that the priority in ERT’s decision to re-open next Spring is based on safety. This includes the safety of their audiences, artists, and also the volunteers.
August has been a positive month for Beverley based sidecar racers of Sam and Adam Christie with strong results at the 2 rounds of the British Championship.
Cadwell Park was the venue for the opening round with 2 qualifying sessions and 2 races being the main focus.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, welcomes the news that KCOM is working in North Newbald to connect more homes to their full-fibre network.
He visited the village to join Gavin Steward the Chairman of the Parish Council in celebrating this vital work which will transform how people work and relax online.
Pizza Baby, a new New York, Italian-style family restaurant, Gelato cafe and evening wine bar, has just re-opened in Beverley’s Flemingate following a full, lockdown refurbishment.
The redesigned family-owned and run pizza, burger and pasta restaurant has now taken full advantage of its large floor space and spacious patio area with a new floor, champagne flower wall, added screens, and booths, revised table layout as well as a revamped heated outdoor area to the front.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has taken delivery of its first electric-powered vehicles.
The four zero-emission Renault Kangoo vans have just been rolled out and are helping staff take much greener journeys as they go about their daily duties.
Graham Stuart, the MP for Beverley and Holderness, has voiced his delight at the news that Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust will be getting a significant £4,297,000 boost to support its A&E services over the winter.
Since relaunching its Love Your High Street fund in April this year, East Riding of Yorkshire Council has helped more businesses, local town/parish councils and organisations.
This has been done by offering 100% grants of up to £10,000 (subject to meeting the eligibility criteria) during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hull and East Yorkshire will become one of the first areas in the country to have bike-friendly buses, in a £2m investment by one of the region’s leading public transport operators.
Bus company East Yorkshire has bought eight state of the art, environmentally friendly new double-decker buses, costing £260,000 each, all of which have special racks to carry bikes on board.