Safer Sleep Week Roadshow To Take Place In Beverley

Safer Sleep Week Roadshow To Take Place In Beverley
Mar 9, 2019

Safer Sleep Week is an annual campaign run by the Lullaby Trust to raise awareness of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and the safer sleep advice that reduces the risk of it occurring.  Sadly, around five babies a week in the UK die from SIDS.

This year, the focus of Safer Sleep Week is on co-sleeping.  It is estimated that by the age of three months half of all babies born in England and Wales will have slept in an adult bed with one or both parents, whether intended or not. 

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Retail Park Offering A Spellbinding Hogwarts Half-Term

Retail Park Offering A Spellbinding Hogwarts Half-Term
Feb 6, 2019

Wizards and muggles of all ages will be able to celebrate the world of Harry Potter this half-term as Beverley’s Flemingate centre hosts a magical-themed activity week.

Flemingate organisers are kick-starting their celebrations by recreating Platform 9¾ – the secret portal to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry – to coincide with the fifth annual Harry Potter Book Night taking place across the world.

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Arts Project Spreads Message Of Peace For 2019

Arts Project Spreads Message Of Peace For 2019
Jan 15, 2019

A community art installation at Beverley’s Flemingate centre is spreading messages of hope and peace for the year ahead.

The project, entitled “1,000 Origami Doves of Peace”, saw members of the public and local school children create folded paper doves, each with an individual message of hope and positivity are hidden inside.

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Christmas Lights Switch On Event Axed But Town Will Get More Lights

Christmas Lights Switch On Event Axed But Town Will Get More Lights
Nov 6, 2018

Beverley Christmas Lights Appeal will not be staging an event this year in the town centre. News of their decision means the only event will take place at the Flemingate retail park.

A spokesperson for the group said that there were better ways to spend money. They felt it made more sense to increase the volume of lights rather than pay for an event.

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