People often talk about a mixed season but Hull City have had probably the most mixed of mixed seasons. After picking up just four wins between August and the start of December, the Tigers have lost just four games ever since.
Between the beginning of December and the middle of January, Hull won seven out of eight games, reverting to their inconsistent selves over the past couple of months.
Beverley Team, AC Maldini played a tight close game against a Hull City Ex Tigers squad including Wembley goal scoring hero Dean Windass, Nathan Doyle, Pete Skipper, Tim Hotte and Adam Lowthorpe wearing the black and Amber shirts
The game was in aid of Life For a Kid a Hull based charity who do so much good work for disabled children and their families in this area.
A new mini display on an intriguing East Riding figure has opened at the Treasure House in Beverley.
Albert Neville Medforth (1924-2007) was the Director of the East Yorkshire Aero Company in the 1950s & 1960s, and his primary goal in life was to restart flying from the former Hedon Aerodrome, an airfield which had been in use for ten years prior to World War Two. Although ultimately unsuccessful in this venture, he did eventually found an airfield in Paull, which was open until the early-1980s.
There will be a live quadrophonic performance of the ‘Open Bridges’ music – ‘Moments in Time’ – by John Stead to accompany the ‘Open Bridges’ film at Beverley Treasure House and Art Gallery on Thursday, 21 June, at 6.30 pm for 7.00 pm start.
BAFTA winning composer John Stead will diffuse the especially commissioned work to accompany the film, which has been showing in Beverley Art Gallery this month.
The sidelines of all junior football games played in Beverley, Hull and the East Riding will go smoke-free when the new season begins in September.
Partners including Hull & District Youth Football League, East Riding Girls League, Hull City Council, East Riding Council, and East Riding Football Association – which covers Hull – have teamed up to promote healthy lifestyles.