Chris Hutchinson, of Murray Hills solicitors, advises couples to check their rights. Many people believe that just because they have lived with their partner for some time they automatically acquire rights under the law, and indeed some believe that they have become ‘common law’ man and wife.
Humberside police are hosting a hard hitting young driver event at Bishop Burton College on Thursday 4 October 2012, educating students the dangers of dangerous driving.
Beverley Mum, Louise Barrett, is excited to bring James Bond to Hull in memory of her son, Ellis, who died almost 10 years ago. What a great way to celebrate his short life whilst raising vital funds for the Foundation for Study into Infant Death.
Thank you certificates are still being delivered to those that assisted to make sure this years event took place and was a success the Town can be proud of. If anyone has any other suggestions, acts, etc to improve and add to next years event please contact David Elvidge.
This fixture is always a tough battle for Beverley Braves and today was no exception. Callum Officer and Dylan Clifford set the tone with charges that stunned the opposition. Big hits went in from all players and Harry Bell
On Saturday, 22 September a new exhibition opens at Beverley Art Gallery. ‘The Schools’ features work by 12 contemporary artists who all studied at the Royal Academy Schools, London, between the 1950s and 1990s.
Dainty Damsel’s Autumn/Winter photoshoot took place last weekend in De Lacy Spa, Beverley shooting the company’s latest designs for Christmas.
Wendy Goodson (soprano), accompanied on the piano by Frank James, will be performing at the Toll Gavel United Church, Beverley on Thursday, 11 October (7.30pm) with a programme entitled ‘If Music Be The Food of Love.’
The Kings Head Hotel in Beverley hosted an audition night for Hull based band Lavellion who will be shooting a music video later this month. Girls have travelled from all over the UK to attend a number of auditions that have been held infront of the band.
Ten members of Beverley Athletic Club joined Olympic medal winners and more than 40,000 other people in the Great North Run last Sunday. Most of the Beverley athletes had run this race several times before and knew what to expect but for those making their debut it was an amazing experience
Shine Relief Trust’s annual fundraising event on the 8th of September saw 38 people of all ages and backgrounds gather together to walk or cycle in support of vulnerable children in Malawi
Beverley’s Holly Bentham continued her successful 2012 so far travelling to Cardiff to compete in The Welsh Open, one of judo’s major events. In a packed arena at the Welsh Institute of Sport, Holly produced some fine judo against some of the country’s best young athletes.
Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault which happened in Wednesday Market in Beverley between 0001hrs and 0040hrs on Sunday 26 August 2012.
Beverley and Holderness MP, Graham Stuart, is encouraging local young people to take part in Write Here, Right Now, a national competition for wannabe Jeremy Paxmans, Andrew Neils or John Humphries.
On Friday 7th September Graham Stuart, Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness met with newly recruited business mentors from the Capability Mentors scheme.
Beverley Athletic Club’s Alan Flint celebrated his 63rd birthday by tackling the 3 Peaks Challenge. This involved climbing the 3 highest peaks in the UK – Ben Nevis (1344m) in Scotland, Scafell Pike (978m) in England and Snowdon (1085m) in Wales – all within 24 hours.