A free park and ride service from Beverley Racecourse will be in operation for both the Festival of Christmas and the Made in East Yorkshire Christmas markets from Sunday, 12 December until Friday, 17 December 2021 so visitors won’t have to worry about finding parking in the town or how long they spend browsing the centre of Beverley.
The Culture Train Tour 2021 is once again bringing a taste of the Hull music scene to communities in East Yorkshire after being derailed by the pandemic in 2020.
The fifth and final date of this years tour brings musicians to play at St Mary’s in Beverley on Saturday 27th November with a lineup of Diddie Hair, The Cox Brothers, Jackson D, The Quicksilver Kings and Ruth Scott and James Wood of the Late Night Marauders.
Hull is to host the UK public film premiere of the internationally-award winning feature One Summer When You Went Away in the city’s Old Town next Friday evening, November 19th.
Set in Hull and East Yorkshire and starring Laurence Ellerker, Laura Peterson, Kenneth Mguni, Stan Haywood and Angela Stone, the new 90-minute film has been described as ‘gritty but moving’ and ‘surprisingly sweet’ by festival audiences.
Two brothers who followed their father into the pub trade have overcome cynics and staff shortages to open a second bar in their home village in 14 months, creating nearly 30 jobs in the process.
Chris and Simon Leahy admitted they were taking a gamble with plans to open Raph’s Lounge so soon after the launch in August last year of Cassiel Bar and Kitchen, which is across the road in Cottingham, East Yorkshire.
One of the leading Christmas market events in the UK returns to Beverley on Sunday, 12 December with The Beverley Festival of Christmas 2021, proudly sponsored by The Beverley Arms.
The festival returns following last year’s cancellation due to the pandemic and will light up the historic market town for the 25th year.
The first major event to bring Yorkshire’s maritime heritage to life is to get underway.
As part of a major transformational project, this is the first of a series of major events in the build up to the delivery of the Hull: Yorkshire’s Maritime City project.
Children and their families from across the region are celebrating the return this week of a festival that encourages curiosity, learning and creativity by promoting reading for pleasure.
The Big Malarkey took a Covid-enforced break during 2020 but is now beginning a new chapter at East Park with a week of activities dedicated to schools in the city, followed by a weekend of events that are open to the public.
A family which revived its long-term links with the licensed trade to open a café bar in Cottingham, East Yorkshire has literally broken the bank for its latest project.
Chris and Simon Leahy, owners of Cassiel Bar and Kitchen, will open Raph’s Bar and Grill in a former NatWest bank across the road from their existing premises.
St Mary’s Church in Beverley celebrates its re-opening to visitors next month with a very special musical event.
From Monday, 17 May, subject to the Government’s roadmap, visitors will once again be able to step into the peaceful and spectacular medieval building, famed for its beautiful architecture and peaceful atmosphere.
Preparation is underway for the return of Hull’s much-loved family festival, The Big Malarkey, this summer.
Hosted by Hull Libraries, the team is hoping to bring a smile to people’s faces and welcome families back with an invitation to come together to celebrate and experience the magic of The Big Malarkey Festival.
Strada Music in East Yorkshire has received a grant from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund to help the organisation recover during this crisis.
Strada Music works with musicians and singers from all over the British Isles and around the world and takes them to theatres, art centres, festivals, clubs and community venues throughout this country and beyond.
New Paths Music has announced that it is bucking the trend and putting on a festival of live concerts to a real audience later this month.
2020 has seen live music crumbling across the nation, but Oktoberfest will see four concerts take place in the stunning setting of St Mary’s Church in Beverley, to a socially distanced audience.
Richard Price, Licensee of the Sun Inn says it is great to be open again. Following weeks of being closed due to the lockdown, the popular Beverley local welcomed back customers at the weekend.
Richard said that he was pleased with how the weekend went adding that customers overall had been respectful of the rules.
Online technologies have meant that all industries have had to take more meaningful steps to make sure that customers can access their goods and services remotely.
This has become more obvious in the past month where even some local libraries have launched an online book club. But such measures are hoped to stay even when the current global crisis abates.
One of the country’s most exciting pop talents is coming to Hull this summer.
L Devine, whose debut EP Growing Pains received critical acclaim and earned her a spot on Annie Mac’s stage at the Great Escape Festival, will perform at Hull Central Library on Sunday 24 May.
A young singer-songwriter from Beverley will make her debut at the Spirit of Yorkshire’s Distillery Sessions next month.
Having completed a MSc in Molecular Medicine, Rachel Makena is now turning her attention to her lifelong passion for music and will perform on the 31 January at the intimate Hunmanby venue where Yorkshire’s first single malt whisky, Filey Bay is being produced.
Mayor of Beverley Duncan Jack says tickets for his New Year’s Charity dance are selling fast. He also adds that anyone wanting to come should book soon to avoid disappointment.
Taking place on New Year’s Eve at the Beverley Memorial, the event will be used to raise money for local charities supported by the mayor.
One of the leading Christmas market events in the UK returns to Beverley on Sunday, 8 December with The Beverley Festival of Christmas 2019.
The festival will light up the historic market town for its 24th year, promising a vast array of seasonal stalls and three Victorian markets from 10am-4pm on this special festive day, with the traditional parade leading its way from Wednesday Market to Saturday Market at 10am.