A special community training allotment plot on Sparkmill in Beverley needs volunteers to dig deep and help it get all set to grow.
BBC Radio Humberside were broadcasting this morning from Wednesday Market in Beverley asking local people about what can be done to improve the number tourists into the region.
The Beverley Christmas Lights Appeal Group would like to thank everyone who came into Beverley last night for the official Christmas lights switch on event.
Medieval and Renaissance style musicians York Waits and classical singers Ti Amero are all set to perform at the Beverley Christmas Festival of Food & Drink on Saturday 24th November.
Following on from the success of its 2012 Beverley Food Festival, Beverley Town Council has announced a new seasonal event promoting local food, this time with a festive feel.
Almost a hundred of Yorkshire’s finest food producers will be showcasing their products to consumers at the 2012 Beverley Food Festival, to be held on Sunday 7th October in Saturday Market Place, between 9am and 4pm.
An open day held at Beverley’s Queensgate Allotments has not only raised awareness of the benefits of ‘growing your own’ fruit and vegetables, it has also raised over £450 for charity.
Beverley Town Council in association with the National Gardens Scheme (NGS) is holding an Open Allotments Day on Sunday 29th July from 12 noon until 4pm on the Queensgate site.
Judges from Yorkshire in Bloom were this week given a tour of Beverley that saw then visit schools and town centre locations. Roger Burnett, Joy Smith were taken around Beverley by Mayor of Beverley
Beverley Town Council is proud to launch its new website, propelling the town’s grassroots tier of local government into the 21st Century. The site will offer new ways of interacting with town council service
Angelina is 18 years old and started an apprentice in the Town Council of the old hanseatic Town of Lemgo which is twinned with Beverley after she got her GCSEs.
Through its Grants Committee, Beverley Town Council has been able to support a wide range of projects, run by local groups and societies, all of which benefit of the town’s residents. However demand for support has been
The Mayor of Beverley, Cllr Peter Astell will be holding a Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Ball on the 27th April 2012 to celebrate the Queen’s reign on the throne for 60 years.
Beverley Town Council has pulled off another successful event with the 2011 Beverley Food Festival. This year’s event was opened by BBC presenter Peter Levy who addressed a large crowd inside the food marquee. After opening the event Peter Levy was give a tour by town clerk and event organiser Helen Watson. Mayor of Beverley Peter Astelle In his programme notes the said; “The Beverley Food Festival is an opportunity…
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…
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s youth support service has joined forced with Beverley Town Council to offer young people the chance to cook and taste healthy meals at Beverley Food Festival on Sunday 2 October. The youth support service has been supported by NHS East Riding of Yorkshire public health team to bring in specialist chefs and activity instructors from Fit to Eat. The event will take place at the…
Heather Watson was treated to send off by friends at The Beaver Pub, Beverley. Lindsey Pietras a colleague from Lucias Wine Bar & Grill organised a surprise party and laid on a spread with children’s party theme. Those there included mother Helen Watson, Ruby Perry and Natalie Lawes.