A spooky workshop will take place in the Education Room at Skidby Windmill on Thursday, 29 October from 10am-3pm, for children to enjoy a fun-packed historical adventure.
This half term, East Riding Libraries are hosting a series of Hallowe’en events and activities for children. From spooky story times to ghostly games and creepy crafts, the activities will be frightful fun!
This Friday saw The Shed in Beverley host their Halloween Party. There were number of people who made the effort dressing up in some creepy outfits for the occasion.
Halloween was celebrated in style round Beverley. Staff from the Beverley Arms Hotel, The Beaver Pub and Rebels Smokehouse all made the effort and dressed
Local florist Fleurs De Lisa current window display of carved pumpkins is getting a lot of attention from shoppers.
Enjoy your heritage with some bite this Halloween as Dracula expert, Dr Kevin Corstorphine, explores the vampire’s links to Yorkshire at a lecture on Tuesday, 29 October at the Treasure House, Beverley.
The nights are drawing in, there is a definite chill in the air, conkers are falling – it’s that time of year again and Halloween is fast approaching. To celebrate this highlight in the calendar of countless children, something spooky is coming to Beverley on Saturday 26th October.
With Halloween and Bonfire night looming, the recently appointed Police Sergeant Mark Skelton his brought his specialist team to Withernsea and Beverley for the next 12 weeks.
Halloween Night in Beverley was a colourful affair with staff from Lucia Wine Bar & Grill dressing up for evening while over the road at The Beaver Pub, a Halloween Party and disco was held with plenty of costumes, some scarier than others, were on show.
Tickton Pre School & Play Pals held a Halloween disco at Tickton Village Hall. Around 160 people attended and the adults joined in the fun dressing up in Halloween costumes.
The dark nights are well and truly upon us and Halloween and mischief night are just around the corner. During this time, householders may experience the seasonal problems associated with these events which may be perceived as anti-social behaviour.
Staff at the Beaver Pub are going to get all dressed up for Halloween and are encouraging their customers to do the same and join in the fun.
The Green Dragon will be hosting a Real Ale Festival starting on the 31st October running through till the 7th November. In total there will be around 25 different ales on over the week and they hoping to have nine ales on at any one time.
HU17.net Magazine issue 116 is available from Molescroft News on Woodhall Way. Inside this week, there is content from the events and sporting fixtures listed below;
Fantasia fancy dress hire start from £15 for a full outfit. They have a wonderful selection of Halloween costumes for men and women. Outfits kindly modelled by Collette Bielby, Hannah Hunter, Marilyse Corrigan & Luke Lavelle.