New Banners Could Help Link Flemingate and Town Centre

New Banners Could Help Link Flemingate and Town Centre
February 21, 2017

Plans for new banners that will help enhance the link between Beverley Town Centre and Flemingate have been presented to Councillors at Beverley Town Council.

David Donkin, Property Director at the Wykeland Group put forward plans that would see a number of lamp post banners installed to help join the two locations up.

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Chance To Win Hamper As G Jack & Son Go Online

May 19, 2011

One of Beverley’s most traditional and loved shops is offering a prize of a Yorkshire Hamper to customers who subscribe to its new newsletter and follow its burgeoning website. G and A Jack and their Wednesday Market deli are as much a part of the fabric of Beverley as the Minster and Beverley Beck. The family business dates back more than 125 years, while last summer they celebrated the 50th…

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Local Politics

MP For Beverley & Holderness – Graham Stuart Graham is dedicated to helping all those constituents who come to him for assistance. Write to Graham at: Graham Stuart MP House of Commons London SW1A 0AA 0207 219 4340 graham@grahamstuart.com Constituency Office: 9 Cross Street Beverley HU17 9AX 01482 679 687 01482 861667 East Riding of Yorkshire Councillor’s For Beverley, East Yorkshire Beverley Rural Ward Bradley Birmingham – The Conservative Party…

April 27, 2011
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Burns Night Civic Dinner @ The Tickton Grange Hotel

January 23, 2011

Mayor of Beverley Bessie Foot hosted a Civic Dinner at The Tickton Grange Hotel. Guests included David Rudd, Kerri Harrold, Duncan Jack, Paul Brusby, Bryan Pearson, Brian Brookes and Rev Jeremy Fletcher. An auction was held on the night with the money raised being donated to the Mayor’s chosen charities, the Beverley Church Lads and Church Girls Brigade, and Marie Curie Cancer Care. HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail…

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Town Trail: Celebrate’s those Who Made Beverley

July 12, 2010

A desire for relevance has been a huge driving force behind the Beverley Town Trail. The launch of the Beverley Medieval Guilds & Crafts Town Trail, in Wednesday Market, proved a great success yesterday. Hundreds of people of all ages enjoyed a superb afternoon as schoolchildren delivered a series of performances that demonstrated Beverley’s rich history. The main stage, surely the forerunner to other events in Wednesday Market, was a…

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How & Why The Beverley Town Trail Was Created

June 21, 2010

Beverley’s new Medieval Town Trail will provide the people of the town with an invaluable and exciting educational tool that will last for generations. In an exclusive interview with HU17.net, Chris Try, a senior member of the committee responsible for planning and delivering the exciting project, revealed; * the trail will cost the £353,000 budget set almost four years ago; * 720 schoolchildren and 11 schools were involved in the…

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G Jack & Son Celebrate their 50th Anniversary in Beverley

May 25, 2010

Home delivery may no longer be the name of the game, but a real interest in customers’ lives is still at the core of Beverley delicatessen G and A Jack. The popular Wednesday Market shop, run by Duncan Jack and his wife Joy, is this month celebrating its 50th anniversary as one of the town’s most popular and best loved businesses. Like most aspects of Beverley life, G and A…

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