Babies, toddlers, teenagers, parents and grandparents are all invited to join in the fun at a free Community Fun Day in Beverley on Monday August 1.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s new adult learning centre, in Beverley, is set to open in August 2016, with courses due to start for the autumn term in September.
Beverley Town Council has voted in favour of pledging their support to Track Fitness and Boxing Club.
The motion which was put forward by Councillor Dominic Peacock at their last meeting and was deferred pending further information from East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
A motion put forward by Cllr Dominic Peacock, seconded by Cllr David Elvidge that Beverley Town Council fully support Track Fitness and Boxing Club was rejected pending further investigations.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council say they are in ongoing talks with Track and Fitness Boxing Club after it was revealed they have not been subject to rental charges for use of the gym at Burden Road.
Tesco say a local community effort to clear litter from the streets of Beverley was a great success.
A series of family learning sessions at will be held this October half-term and the Beverley Adult Education Centre on Burden Road.
Ali Crompton who will be standing in the local elections in May says more should be done to engage young people saying he would look to re-open up facilities in the local area if elected.
Michael O’Connell says the Inter Beaver have a point to prove in tomorrow’s derby against the Humber Colts.
Burden Road Track Fitness and Boxing Club in Beverley celebrated its first anniversary with an open day last Friday.
The Club was opened by local people who recognised the potential of an underused asset at Burden Road Youth Centre.
A major new £6.75m development in Beverley designed to help older people live independently is on track for completion by late spring/early summer 2015.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s youth and family support service is holding a series of recruitment events for young people interested in joining the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme.
Prudent financial management and an excellent track record for delivery have helped East Riding of Yorkshire Council secure funding from the Homes and Communities
Children and adults of all ages are encouraged to have “double the fun” at two free community events in Beverley.
Sport, Play and Arts Service have set up a dual pilot scheme for ladies with children who are looking at getting into shape and feel great.