Beauty From Chaos – Flower Show Pays Tribute To Armed Forces

Beauty From Chaos - Flower Show Pays Tribute To Armed Forces
August 7, 2018

SSAFA the Armed Forces Charity have joined forces with St. Mary’s Church in Beverley to stage a spectacular professionally designed Flower Festival  called Beauty From Chaos.

Running from 9-12 August, the event created to Commemorate 100 years since the end of WWI, mark the Royal Air Force centenary and give thanks to those who have served.

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Pavement Signs To Be Installed Between Retail Park And Town Centre

July 25, 2018

Temporary pavement signs are to be installed at opposite ends of the centre of Beverley as a trial to encourage visitors to make the most of their time in the historic market town.

Known as roundels, the circular markers will display directions and distance information and will be located between North Bar Within and Saturday Market, and between Wednesday Market and the Flemingate centre, via Beverley Train Station.

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Community Covenant To Be Re-Signed At Beverley Armed Forces Day

Community Covenant To Be Re-signing At Beverley Armed Forces Day
June 29, 2018

A number of local organisations and community groups will re-sign the East Riding’s Armed Forces Community Covenant on Sunday, 1 July as part of Beverley Armed Forces Day.

The Armed Forces Community Covenant is a voluntary statement of mutual support between East Riding of Yorkshire Council, local representatives of the public, charitable and voluntary sectors, the civilian community and the armed forces community in the form of a written pledge.

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There But Not There – Town Council Want To Bring Tommy To Beverley

There But Not There – Town Council Want To Bring Tommy To Beverley
June 1, 2018

Beverley Town Council are looking into a project that the Town Clerk, Helen Watson feels would make a poignant tribute to those from the town who lost their lives in the First World War.

Beverley Town Council want to acquire a six foot silhouette sculpture of the solider called ‘Tommy’ from a national incentive called There Not But Not There.

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Cllr Bryan Pearson Elected As New Mayor of Beverley

Cllr Bryan Pearson Elected As New Mayor of Beverley
May 14, 2018

Cllr Bryan Pearson has been elected as the new Mayor of Beverley at a ceremony held at the Beverley Guildhall taking over from the outgoing Mayor, Cllr Ann Willis.

Cllr Pearson was nominated by Cllr Phil Dodsworth and Cllr David Elvidge who both paid tribute to his lifelong dedication to serving the town.

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Retail Park To Fund Pavement Disks Project To Help Increase ‘Street Flow’

Retail Park To Fund Pavement Disk Project To Help Increase 'Street Flow'
December 18, 2017

Temporary disks are to be placed on pavements in Beverley that will direct shoppers from the town centre to the out of town retail park Flemingate, and from North Bar Within to Saturday Market.

The incentive which will be will run for two weeks will see disks, measuring 20cm in size, directing pedestrians in an attempt to help the flow people and visitors in the town.

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Town Officials Respond To Increased Burglaries In Beverley

Town Officials Respond To Increased Burglaries In Beverley
September 22, 2017

Cllr David Elvidge says he is going to seek  an update and advice from Humberside Police following a spike of thefts from homes in Beverley.

His comments come following a number of what he describes as ‘opportunist’ crimes that have occurred in Tickton and Beverley with number of burglaries being reported by home owners.

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Beverley Town Council Call For Dominic Peacock To Resign

Beverley Town Council Call For Dominic Peacock To Resign
January 9, 2017

Beverley Town Council have voted in favour of calling for disgraced Councillor Dominic Peacock to resign, however not all were keen to see their colleague go.

Cllr Peacock hit the headlines following comments he made on a social media page in reference to memorial fund set up for MP Jo Cox’s family.

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Funding To Explore Beverley Road Improvements Welcomed By MP

Funding To Explore Beverley Road Improvements Welcomed By MP
November 29, 2016

Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart has welcomed news that up to £92,000 funding will be provided by the Government for more work to be done developing the business plan submitted by East Riding Council for proposed road improvement works at the Jocks Lodge junction.

Jocks Lodge forms the junction between the A164 and the A1079 to the south of Beverley.

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