Beverley Conservatives Obtain School Places Reassurance

Beverley Conservatives Obtain School Places Reassurance
September 20, 2018

Beverley’s Conservative teams for St Mary’s and Minster Wards have taken up residents’ concerns over the capacity of the town’s schools to accommodate the growing population. 

St Mary’s Ward Councillor Elaine Aird has put questions to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Pupil Services Department asking how future demand for school places will be met.

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Growing Interest For Allotments Open Day

July 30, 2013

Sunday’s NGS Open Allotments day at Queensgate and Kitchen Lane in Beverley has not only raised awareness about the benefits of ‘growing your own’ fruit and vegetables. It has also raised almost £700 for charity through entry ticket sales.

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Beverley Town Council: In and For the Community

September 29, 2011

This weekend’s Beverley Food Festival (2nd October 2011) is one of the biggest events of its kind in the north of England and will host stalls from producers from all over the region – and one from as far away as our twin-town Lemgo in Germany. Chefs from local Beverley restaurants will be putting on cooking demonstrations throughout the day, and amongst other attractions, BBC Look North’s Peter Levy will…

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‘Charity Cyclothon’ Raised Over £1,500

September 21, 2011

Military volunteers from the Defence School of Transport gave up their spare time to compete in a 12 hour Cyclothon against staff from the Tesco Store, Beverley on Saturday 17 September 2011. The event was supported and visited by, Mayor of Beverley, Peter Astell, Vice Chairman of East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Councillor Chad Chadwick and his Lady, Councillor Margaret Chadwick, Councillor David Elvidge, Councillor Kerri Harold, Councillor Dominic Peacock,…

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MP Teams Up With Staff & Squadies For Cyclothon @ Tesco

September 21, 2011

Local MP Graham Stuart gave his support to staff at Tesco and members of the Defence School of Transport as they completed a gruelling 12 hour Cyclothon. Teams from the store and world’s largest residential driver school peddled for 12 hours solid in the Tesco store on Morton Lane as they raised money for 4 service charities, Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity, RAF Benevolent Fund, Gurkha Welfare Trust and…

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East Yorkshire MP to Help Raise Funds For Armed Forces Charities

September 16, 2011

Tomorrow Graham Stuart will participate in a Cyclothon for charity to help benefit the armed forces. Graham will be competing on a team representing the Defence School of Transport, a residential driver training school, as they battle against the Tesco store in Beverley. The Defence School of Transport team will be participating on behalf of four service related charities including the Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity, the RAF Benevolent…

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Residents Turn Up Pressure On Parish Council

July 22, 2011

Around a 150 residents from the Parish of Molescroft attended a council meeting last night at the Molescroft Pavilion as to raise their concerns and voice the objections to two proposed developments in the north of Beverley. Cllr Mike Hildyard did his best to answer the questions put to him by residents while also stressing that the council would not and could not make any decisions until a planning application…

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