Beverley Town Council is now working hard on its Heritage Lottery funded project to restore the Rolls of Honour around the town. This week the ‘Shrines’ (and the Rolls) inside them in Norwood and Holme Church Lane)
Beverley residents and others visiting the medieval market town this summer will be able to stay connected thanks to free high-speed WiFi access to be installed by KC throughout the town centre later this month.
Cllr McGrath selected his wife Maureen to be consort while Cllr Kate Gray a long standing servant to town was named deputy mayor at ceremony in the Beverley Guildhall.
On Saturday 5th April Alderman Harry Flynn held a reception at the Beverley Town Council Offices in order to present two new boards of honour.
Mayor of Beverley, Cllr Martin Cox hosted a reception at Beverley Town Council to exchange gifts with a party of young Japanese Students from Takaoka and their escorts.
The Cubs from the 5th Beverley (Wesley) Pack welcomed some distinguished guests to their meeting last Monday; with a visit from the Mayor of Beverley and the Mace Bearer.
The Beverley Lions celebrated 54 years of operating in Beverley by hosting a dinner at the Tickton Grange Hotel.
Mayor of Beverley Martin Cox joined the bell ringers at Beverley Minster to ring in the New Year. Shortly before midnight Rev Jeremy Fletcher read out a prayer before the tower bell ringers welcomed in 2014.
Five time Paralympic Gold Medallist Ade Adepitan visited Go Kids Go, a national children’s’ charity that is based in Beverley that has been running wheelchair skills training for young wheelchair users since 1990.
Tesco’s Beverley store, together with all other Tesco stores, offices and distribution centres in the UK, attempted to ‘Cycle to Lapland’ in a bid to raise £1m for Diabetes UK, Tesco’s national charity partner.
Medieval and Renaissance style musicians York Waits and folk musicians Henry Priestman and Nick Rooke are all set to perform at the Christmas Festival of Food & Drink on Saturday 30th November in Beverley Minster.
A dinner to celebrate the achievement of curry chef, Mahboob Rahman, is being held at Dine Bangla in Wednesday Market, Beverley.
Ice skating, outdoor cinema and Winter Fayre are will make Beverley Christmas Lights Switch a family affair.
The Christmas Festival of Food & Drink take place again for the second consecutive and Beverley Minster.
Local resident, Mrs Jacky Kennington, has won the prize which is to ‘Eat Like an Army’ for up to eight people, worth £120, courtesy of Rebels’ Smokehouse in Beverley.
Visitors from the towns Beverley is twinned with were in East Yorkshire today. Officials from Lemgo in Germany and French town Nogent-sur-Oise were also join by fire fighters from Vandoeuvre.