Melvin Burgess, the Carnegie Medal winning author, visited Longcroft School and Sixth Form College to talk to students about being a writer, how important it is to work at something you enjoy in life, and sticking to your dreams.
Beverley Town Reserves clinched the title on the final day of the season with a 4-2 win over Holme Rovers at Longcroft School.
Town, started the game knowing that a point would be enough to secure the title though started poorly and found themselves two down inside the first ten minutes.
Kingston Panthers coach Jo Richardson has described her club as ‘what dreams are made of’ following their most recent round of fixtures.
Kingston Netball Club currently hold their training sessions at South Hunsley School, Melton but games are played all around the Hull and East Riding area including Beverley at Longcroft School.
Beverley Town Football Club return to Humber Premier League action this weekend as they welcome East Riding Rangers to Longcroft School.
Town boss Rich Jagger will be looking for his side to follow up on their recent win over league leaders Chalk Lane against a side who are bottom of the table.
Students at Longcroft School welcomed representatives from the Tour de Yorkshire to the school, giving them a chance to get a close look at the events trophies.
As part of a day-long series of visits to local schools and a public display, organisers brought the event trophies in for students to see for themselves and to create enthusiasm for the forthcoming tour.
Beverley Town Academy came up trumps as brushed aside Hedon Rangers Reserves 5-1 at Longcroft School in a match they simply had to win.
Following a ‘terrible’ performance last weekend that saw them drummed 6-2 by West Hull Amateurs, Town’s third string showed the right attitude and put the effort in order to secure all three points.
Photos from the annual Longcroft School Christmas Concert that was held at St Mary’s Church in Beverley.
A packed church enjoyed a night of music and readings as students from Longcroft School celebrated the festive period.
Holly Bentham has capped off what has been an impressive 2017 by winning bronze at the British Judo National Championships.
Bentham, a student at Longcroft School, latest medal means she has also secured a place in the Great Britain squad.
HU17.net Magazine Issue 377 is out and features images from South Pacific by Longcroft School and the inauguration of the new Vicar at Beverley Minster.
This week also features a number of articles. HU17.net Magazine Issue 377 can be purchased from Molescroft News on Woodhall Way, Beverley.
Photos from the Longcroft School who for their annual musical put on the show South Pacific.
Held over two night the show proved to be a big hit as students entertained a full house on both nights.
Beverley Town Football Club will host Walkington AFC in the first the sides have met in the Humber Premier League.
Town are just two points behind Walkington in the table and know a win will take them about their local rivals.
Three goals from Adam Foster ensured Beverley Town Reserves extended their perfect start to the season in what was a comprehensive win in the cup.
Town’s second string made light work Hutton Cranswick in the second round of the Senior County Cup beating their opponents 5-0 at Longcroft School.
AFC Tickton Pirates have expressed their gratitude to local businesses who supported them in their fund raising efforts to buy a defibrillator to be placed at Longcroft School.
The Pirates, who play in the U11s Hull Boys Sunday Football League raised cash by holding a Tombola at their end of season presentation night.
Beverley Town Juniors were celebrating after they came out on top in the local derby with comprehensive 10-2 win over neighbours Mill Lane United.
Playing at Longcroft School, both sides started well in the Hull Boys Sunday Football League clash.
Beverley Town Reserves concluded the first month of the season with four straight wins going into October top of the East Riding County Premier League.
Town’s second string capped of what has been a good month for the side with comprehensive 4-2 win over local rivals Leven Member Club at Longcroft School.
Students from Longcroft School have been given a tour of the BEA Systems at Brough after they enjoyed success in an engineering competition. The Brough Seaplane completion was created to mark the centenary of the BAE Brough site and also inspire young people in schools to embrace engineering. Students were tasked with designing a cockpit with organisers saying they had some ‘brilliant entries’ resulting in them inviting winners and runners…