Low cost airlines market themselves as the cheapest and most convenient way to travel around Europe. Granted, there are a lot of these types of airlines in operation now and more competition makes for better deals for travellers
Local MP, Graham Stuart, the member for Beverley and Holderness, is continuing his longstanding campaign against the use of higher rate phone numbers by public services.
Work on an £868,000 off-road cycle lane along the A1035 will start on Monday, 23 September, with the first section of works between Tickton and White Cross Roundabout.
In light of the current economic climate, it will come as welcome news that local Vauxhall retailer, Evans Halshaw, is on hand to help motorists in Beverley save money when purchasing a vehicle from the dealership.
Leisure centre members and residents who use Beverley Leisure Complex are being advised that works to add additional 50 parking spaces to the rear of the centre will start from Monday, 23 September.
Inter Beaver knew it would be a tough game when they were drawn against Premier Division Champions, Sutton Fields, in the first round of the Munro Cup at St Marys College.
A Beverley deli and cafe is looking to establish a reading room where customers can dip into a selection of books and even take them away to finish at home.
HU17.net Magazine Issue 157 is available from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way. Inside this week’s edition yo will find images from the Educare Nursery Picnic, Beverley Beck Raft Race, Beverley Fire Station Open Day
As you would expect plans are well in hand for the 138th Driffield Show taking place on Wednesday, 17th July.
MaruMarket Home Delivery, the service set up to link local independent traders with their customers online, was launched by John Cant in February this year.
On Friday 5th July the market town of Beverley will pay its respects to The Queen by hold-ing an informal opening of additional features to a garden originally created 60 years ago to celebrate her Coronation
HU17.net Magazine Issue 152 is available from Molescroft News Woodhall Way. This week’s edition feature extensive coverage of the Beverley High School and Beverley Grammar School
Sugarbird Boutique in Saturday Market Beverley has named Melanie Edwardson as the winner of their on-line competition.
With the cost of fuel on the rise, it will come as welcome news that local Vauxhall retailer, Evans Halshaw, is on hand to help motorists in the area save pounds at the pumps.
A by-election to fill the vacancy on Molescroft Parish Council will be held if 10 electors of the parish write to the chief executive of East Riding of Yorkshire Council at County Hall, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 9BA
East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Galliford Try Ltd are pleased to be able to inform residents of the progress being made to the important maintenance scheme in Beverley’s Saturday Market.
Bishop Burton College has been named as one of only five new women’s rugby union centres for Advanced Apprenticeships in Sporting Excellence (AASE).
Local MP Graham Stuart has welcomed news that recorded crime in Humberside has fallen by 14 percent over the last twelve months. Crime in England and Wales is down by more than 10 percent