East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s business services team continues to assess clients’ needs through what is currently a difficult time for us all and has recently helped one such business that provides a fresher outlook for the UK hospitality sector during the pandemic.
William’s Den at North Cave near Beverley is celebrating after picking up two Gold awards at the Welcome to Yorkshire White Rose Awards.
Hosted by former Emmerdale actress Natalie Anderson and broadcaster Rich Williams the glitzy ceremony, which is the largest celebration of tourism in the UK, featured entertainment from footballing legend turned Sky Sports pundit Chris Kamara who performed two festive favourites from his debut album ‘Here’s to Christmas’.
Tickets are available now for a new series of Heritage Talks at Beverley Guildhall – a chance to discover more about the fascinating heritage of the town and the surrounding area.
Each talk will last about 45 minutes, and tickets cost £3.00 (including refreshments). Booking is advised.
Tourism businesses across Hull and East Yorkshire are being urged not to miss out on the chance to grab an industry “Oscar” and put themselves firmly in the spotlight.
The “go for glory” fanfare was sounded by Visit Hull and East Yorkshire tourism manager Andy Gray with the deadline for this year’s Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards – the REYTAs – fast approaching.
Humberside Police have named the man who tragically was killed in an accident on Molescroft Road Earlier in the week.
Beverley Town Football Club’s Reserves have made through to the semi final of the League senior cup after a penalty shoot out win over North Cave.
Ed Grady’s side started the game brightly taking the lead after two minutes through top goal scorer Rob Northen after some route one stuff saw the striker finish with ease.
Beverley Town Reserves suffered their first defeat of the season to fellow pace setters North Cave as they were 3-1 in the East Riding County League.
Both sides went into this game with 100pc record but a good start by North Cave gave them the slight edge as the sides battled to get afoot hold in the game.
As part of the council’s programme of highway maintenance works, essential carriageway improvement works along the C8 road between North Cave and Market Weighton will begin on Monday, 17 July, 2017, and will take approximately 20 weeks to complete.
The road will be closed 24 hours a day for the full duration of the scheme, because of the nature of the work involved, and to allow a safe working environment for the workforce. The works will be carried out by C R Reynolds Ltd. on behalf of the council.
New warning signs are to be placed at litter hotspots across the East Riding as part of a campaign to combat the growing problem of roadside rubbish.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council will be placing yellow signs on the verges of main roads with a clear message to drivers to ‘Take Your Litter Home’.
Hull and East Riding’s premier tourism awards, the REYTAs, have been given unprecedented support from local businesses, with more sponsors of awards than ever before.
Events and companies from Beverley that are in contention for an award are Beverley Food Festival, Beverley Puppet Festival, The Westwood Restaurant, Lempicka Cafe & Bistro, T C Patisserie and Butt Farm Caravan & Campsite.
Hull and East Yorkshire’s premier tourism awards, the REYTAs, have achieved record entries yet again.
And such was the quality, the organisers, Visit Hull and East Yorkshire (VHEY) had to introduce an additional category during the short-listing process because of the “overwhelming” numbers vying for the honour of Remarkable Tourism Event.
Beverley Town Reserves suffered a big loss as they went to league leaders the table Wawne United 7 -0 on Saturday in was a miserable day for Town’s second string.
The match was always going to be a tough game for Beverley as Wawne, who won Humber Premier League last season, have big in fine form in recent weeks winning their last four league games.
Bridlington Town Reserves have opened up a five point lead at the top of the East Riding County League after they beat Beverley Town Reserves.
Beverley Town Reserves remain at the right end of the East Riding County League after they beat North Cave.
Beverley Town Reserves have booked their place into the semi final of the East Riding County FA Senior Cup after they beat Long Riston.
Beverley Town manager Dave Ricardo insists Goole United are not title contenders though firmly believes they will have big say in who wins the title.
Humber Premier League champions Beverley Town returned to league action against North Cave who were sitting in sixth place in the table.
Beverley Town secured all three points beating North Cave with 2 – 0 with a goal in each half at the Norwood Recreation Ground.