As the region continues to gear up for the Tour de France, East Riding of Yorkshire Council is reminding residents that Beverley will again be hosting some of the country’s top riders, in July, as they take part in the hugely popular Elite Men’s Circuit Race
Graham Stuart MP has welcomed new figures showing that 160 people in Beverley and Holderness have been helped off benefits and are now running their own businesses, under the Government’s New Enterprise Allowance scheme.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has launched a new property marketing brand Land - Property - Business Accommodation that features a QR code so that customers searching the market can use smart phones or mobile device
Carapods, a Beverley-based business established by cousins Leigh Hardy and James Spooner, is looking to alter the future of the traditional caravan with a new concept in teardrop caravan design and manufacture.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Visit Hull and East Yorkshire are aiming to put Beverley on the map as a must-visit destination in 2014, with the production of a new mini-guide, town map and a refurbishment of the town’s tourist information centre.
Are you aged 16 to 18? Have you just left school and not sure what to do next? Then visit the Beverley Arms Hotel on Thursday, 18 July, from 2-6pm, and speak to an advisor at the Employment and Skills Open Day.
Beverley businessmen Mark Wainwright and Marc Mason had the opportunity to meet local MP Graham Stuart and Councillor Jane Evison and show how New Enterprise Allowance Scheme helped kick start their businesses.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is encouraging residents and visitors to the area to support local markets as part of the national Love Your Local Market campaign, from Wednesday 15 to Saturday 29 May.
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