Tribfest Goes Upwardly Mobile

November 22, 2011

Tribfest, the nationally renowned music festival, will be moving to a prestigious new venue for summer 2012. The festival’s growing reputation for organising one of the country’s most innovative and affordable weekend music festivals means it now needs room to expand and believes it has now found the ideal venue to further enhance the event. Festival organiser, Ed Faulkner, is very pleased to announce that the August 2012 Festival will…

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Charlie Dimmock To Open Beverley’s Festival of Christmas

November 21, 2011

TV gardening guru and celebrity Charlie Dimmock will open this year’s Beverley Festival of Christmas. Charlie, who made shot to fame thanks to her hands-on approach on BBC’s Ground Force programme, is performing in panto at Bridlington Spa. But she is taking time out from her busy schedule to pop to Beverley to open the annual event, the high spot of Beverley’s Christmas festivities. The ceremony will take place in…

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East Riding Youth Dance To Stage Platform Spectacular

November 17, 2011

From May, young dancers have set their feet-a-dancing throughout the East Riding and it’s almost time for them to stage their performance piece to mark the end of their autumn term. East Riding Youth Dance Platform, on Sunday 4 December 2011, will be a magical mix of dance expression, styles, themes and creations, both powerful, sleek, technical and sophisticated, which will be celebrated and showcased at The Spa Bridlington at…

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Rangers See Off Tickton In The East Riding Cup

November 10, 2011

AFC Tickton lost to Bridlington Rangers in the 2nd round of the East Riding Cup. AFC Tickton started the game with only ten men due to injuries and could not contain a strong Bridlington side, which by the first half were three goals up. Matthew Linton replaced Connell Stonehouse in goal and although he managed to pull off some good saves there was no stopping Bridlington who went on to…

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Education:Find Your Future With New Prospectuses

November 9, 2011

People who are looking to take their next step in education or who want to strengthen their CV can find their future with two new prospectuses from East Riding College. The full-time and higher education course guides feature more than 100 programmes across the full range of subject areas at levels equivalent to degrees, A-levels and GCSEs. College Principal Derek Branton said: “Even though we are still in 2011, this…

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East Riding Confirmed In London 2012 Olympic Tourch Relay Route

November 7, 2011

The iconic structure of the Humber Bridge will provide a stunning backdrop and host location for residents and visitors to welcome the Olympic Flame as the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay passes through the East Riding en route to the capital next year. Residents and visitors will be able to welcome the torch’s arrival in the East Riding and celebrate the achievements of the torchbearers from 18 June 2012 as…

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Get Expert Advice At Open Event

November 4, 2011

Prospective students can find out more about courses on offer at East Riding College at three open events this month. The open events are a chance to talk to tutors, find out more about courses and have a look round the College’s buildings. They are suitable for school leavers and adults, whether they are considering a full-time, part-time or higher education course or apprenticeship. They will be held as follows:…

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Tickton Bulldogs: Zacs In The Goals

November 1, 2011

The seasiders came with big expectations but the Bulldogs held firm with Captain Jacob kemp solid in goal & the defensive partnership of Thomas Knight & Ryan Flanagan comfortable at the back. The midfield were creating some great chances and it was Jay Haliday who unleashed his deadly right foot to finish the half 1.0. The second half started with Sam Hunter taking control of the midfield spraying some lovely…

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Learn Essential Skills For Higher Level Study

October 28, 2011

East Riding College is launching an exciting new programme of short courses which are designed to help people make the step up to higher education. The six-week “Bite Size” courses take place at the College’s campus in Gallows Lane, Beverley, and the first will begin on Wednesday, November 9, from 1pm to 4pm. It will cover a range of study skills which are essential to degree and other higher level…

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Tickton Tame Tigers

October 24, 2011

Bridlington got off to the perfect start scoring early on, but it didn’t take long for Tickton to respond as John yeo tapped in the equalizer . Bridlington with the help of the strong winds kept AFC Tickton under pressure and finally regained the lead going in at the break. Into the second half and AFC Tickton came out fighting with Charlie Hargreaves grabbing an equalizer and not long after…

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Steve Peacock Leads Beverley Home At Bridlington

October 20, 2011

Fourteen athletes from Beverley Athletic Club travelled to Bridlington last Sunday for the annual Brid Half. The challenging undulating course takes runners out into the East Yorkshire countryside via Sewerby, Flamborough and Bempton and returns via Sewerby to a finish on the sea front.  It was a pleasant sunny day and conditions were good for running. Steve Peacock was the first Beverley runner to cross the finishing line.  He completed…

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Perfect 32 Scoops Business Awards Accolade

October 18, 2011

The team at Perfect 32 Dental Practice in Beverley is celebrating winning the prestigious Training Business of the Year crown at the Chamber Bridlington and Wolds Business Awards on Friday 14th October. Principal dentist, Gary Rowland, from the NHS and private practice in Ladygate, and his wife and practice manager, Nicki, attended the glitzy awards ceremony with their team at The Royal Hall, Bridlington Spa, hosted by Hull & Humber…

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Day Of Dance Success

October 18, 2011

On Saturday 15th October, Longcroft School and East Riding Youth Dance joined forces to pilot a Day of Dance. As an increasingly popular option for students at both GCSE and A-level, the day was aimed at students who want improve their dance skills and techniques in preparation for their examinations later in the school year. Jonathan Chapman, Assistant Headteacher and Director of the Performing Arts, explained: “There’s a lot of…

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Beavers Thumped 5 – 1 By Bridlington

October 16, 2011

Beverley Town Beavers were well beaten by Bridlington Sports Academy in the East Riding County League. Town lost the game 5 – 1 at Lecconfield Sports Ground leaving them with just one point from their four matches. Next weekend Beverley Town Beavers are away Hedon Rangers Reserves, Rangers are also struggling and though this weekend earned their first point of the season with a 1 – 1 with The Barrel…

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Palin Header Rescues Point For Barrel

October 16, 2011

The Barrel Walkington rescued a point at home against Hedon Rangers thanks to a Brad Palin header. Falling behind the Barrel Walkington got on level terms at Longcroft School after Oli Burns broke down the right wing firing in a cross that Palin leaped like a salmon to meet and head home. Next weekend the Barrel Walkington face Bridlington Town Academy who beat Beverley Town Beavers 5 – 1. Elsewhere…

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A Great Success With More To Come: Beverley Literature Festival 2011

October 13, 2011

The first weekend of the Beverley Literature Festival saw queuing round the block for Val MacDermid and Mark Billingham; and the Beverley Treasure House was packed with children meeting authors, making stories and being spell-bound by performers at the children’s literature festival. On Thursday, Thomas Penn will be talking about his acclaimed, debut account of early Tudor history – it’s been admired by novelists (including Hilary Mantel) and historians alike. …

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Reid Returns To Liverpool For Marathon

October 13, 2011

Beverley Athletic Club Chairman, Rob Reid, travelled back to his home city of Liverpool last weekend to take part in the first Liverpool Marathon. Entering the marathon in his home town had seemed like a rather nostalgic and romantic thing to do and he was not disappointed.  He ran past many pubs from his youthful days, saw his sister’s school and ran along part of his old school bus route….

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Tomlin First Back For Beverley At Bishop Wilton

October 12, 2011

The first race of the 2011/2012 season of the East Yorkshire Cross-Country League took place last Sunday at Bishop Wilton and more than 150 athletes from eight local running clubs lined up at the start. Beverley Athletic Club fielded a large squad of 33, among them several new members competing in the league for the first time.  Mark Walsh, Mariana Barbera, Richard Clark, Jane Goodchild, Sarah Crabtree and Chris Woolner…

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