Beverley’s First Gentle Festival is lining up to bring something special to the town.
Taking place from Friday 4th to Sunday 6 October 2019 and organised by Music Living, a not-for-profit organisation, the event will be a wholly inclusive community event to which absolutely everyone is welcome.
Plans to transform some of Hull’s maritime treasures have been given the go-ahead at the council’s Planning Committee.
The decision now means that if the £13.6m bid to the National Lottery Heritage Fund is successful, funding would protect and promote 800 years of Hull’s seafaring history by creating the best maritime trail in the north of England.
As preparations get underway for the Arctic Corsair to be re-berthed in Hull, the story of its builder, Cook, Welton & Gemmell of Beverley, is about to receive a big-screen preview showing at the town’s Parkway Cinema in August.
‘Trawling Through Time: The Story Of Cook, Welton & Gemmell, Shipbuilders’ is the culmination of the East Riding Archives project of the same name, sponsored by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Two television stars will be handing out the awards to students at Bishop Burton College’s traditional end of year celebrations.
Presenters Helen Skelton and Jenni Falconer will be the special guests at the college’s Presentation Day events later this month. The event will see around 1,000 students celebrate the successful completion of their studies.
The Burton Constable Foundation has received support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to increase its organisation resilience and sustainability.
Thanks to National Lottery players, the project aims to secure the future of Burton Constable by reviewing the effectiveness of the organisation, building capacity through adopting new ways of working, testing out ideas, increasing the skills of staff, volunteers and trustees and becoming more financially sustainable.