Beverley Pupils Back World Cup Bid

November 12, 2009

Children at Beverley St Nicholas Primary School hope Hull and East Yorkshire is picked to host group matches during the World Cup in 2018. They came to school in their football shirts to throw their weight behind the bid to bring top flight international football to the KC stadium. Although they range from just five to 11-years-old now, by 2018, they will be aged between 14 and 20.  World Cup…


Draw Made for John Lock Memorial Day

October 22, 2009

The John Lock Memorial Day is less then one month away and the draw has been made for the football matches that will take place. Hodgsons FC will face Mill Lane on their usual home pitch at the Railway end while Tickton/Grovehill will battle it out with the Lord Nelson at the skate park end. Both matches will be played simultaneously with the teams being lead out by John’s children,…


Humber Colts Vs Hull City Supporters

September 6, 2009

The Humber Colts opened the season with an emphatic 7 -3 win against Hull City Supports. The all new Beverley Sunday league side carried their good pre season form into the match and quickly took the lead. Hull City Supporters did manage to pull level though soon found them selves slipping further and further behind. A large crowd attend the game including local Councillor Gary Shores. Humber Colts 7 Hull…


Colts Ready to Impress

September 4, 2009

The all new Beverley Football team The Humber Colts are set for the new season as they prepare for their first competitive game this Sunday against the Hull City Supporters. Rob Hunter the clubs chairman was optimistic about the forthcoming game and is confident the team can get off to a flying start. The team have had a mixed pre season with results on the pitch going their way winning…


Postal Address Removal

July 1, 2009

Beverley and Holderness MP, Graham Stuart, together with David Davis MP, Greg Knight MP, Shona McIsaac MP, Ian Cawsey MP, and the leaders of East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Hull City Council, North Lincolnshire Council and North-East Lincolnshire Council, has written to the Postal Services Commission (Postcomm) to ask it recommend to the Royal Mail that North Humberside and South Humberside be removed from all official postal databases. Residents from…