PHOTOS by Y3 Pupils from Molescroft Primary School taken on enterprise day, an event to promote entrepreneurial and creative thinking.
As of Thursday 1 September residents who breach public space protection orders in Beverley could face being fined by the council.
Friends of Molescroft held an 80s event on the school playing field as they looked to fund raise for the schools planned Innervation Centre.
Beverley Town Council welcomed the Judges from Yorkshire in Bloom to the town last. They were here to look at the plans Beverley has as a community
The East Riding of Yorkshire will host the Tour de Yorkshire Trophy this month, as excitement for the three-day event builds ahead of the race start in Beverley on Friday, 29 April.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, sends his congratulations to Eliza from Molescroft Primary School
Pupils from Molescroft Primary School enjoyed a levers party as the students celebrated reaching the conclusion of their primary school education.
Beverley today paused and remembered those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving their country.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Road Safety Team joined with Tesco’s Beverley store to deliver a series of fun and healthy ‘bike breakfasts’ to primary schools across the Beverley area.
As 2013 draws to an end I have taken a look back through the HU17.net archives to pick out some of the key moments that have occurred in our town.
Pupils from Molescroft Primary School enjoyed a leavers disco this weekend. The event held at Molescroft Pavilion was attended by around thirty youngsters with the entertainment
Molescroft Primary School Christmas Fayre is organised every year by the Friends of Molescroft School. This is the biggest fundraising event that the Friends of Molescroft School have organised.
The Mini Molescroft Monkeys (Jessica Bailey, Emily Delaney, Sophie Reid and Emily Willans), all aged 10 and currently in year 6 at Molescroft Primary School, took part in Operation Lifestyle over the 2012 summer holidays.
A Beverley primary school has been chosen to help lead the way in raising standards in the classroom. Molescroft Primary School is one of just 100 schools in England to be granted teaching school status
Final Tree Planted To Mark Beverley Civic Society’s Diamond Jubilee Contribution Beverley Civic Society and representatives of the town’s young people planted their sixth and final new tree on the Westwood to finish their contribution
Ex- Molescroft Primary School pupil 14 year old Jordan Rushby, returned to his old school to take part in the schools end of term assembly. The schools Headmaster Mr Michael Loncaster, had invited Jordan along to celebrate Jordan’s sporting achievements. Jordan finished his first season on his Aprilia RS 125, and what a season he has had, with over 70 podium finishes along the way. His results on the track…