Humberside Fire & Rescue Service say they are delighted to be working with Beverley Town Council to help decorate Beverley for the Tour de Yorkshire.
A school playing field was temporarily converted into a sports arena, complete with banners, flags and a mock Olympic torch, to host the annual East Riding Legacy Event.
“Any bell, any person, any age, anyhow!” So reads the tagline to a festival of bells to be launched at 11:30am in Toll Gavel, Beverley, on Saturday 03 August 2013
On 28 August, all of the entries were evaluated anonymously by the judging panel, which included Councillor Chad Chadwick, chairman of the council; Sally Hayes, Beverley Art Gallery curator; and Ian Rayner, tourism service manager.
A large number of Beverley youngsters which are members of the East Yorkshire Judo Academy were thrilled to get their own opportunity to encapture the Olympic spirit, when leading club member
A very good crowd gathered in Wednesday Market to take part in an event to welcome in the Olympic Games as people from the East Riding of Yorkshire gathered to ring bells for three full minutes.
Despite the wet weather, community spirits have not been dampened with celebrations taking place across the East Riding for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the Olympic Torch Relay.
Two members of Beverley Athletic Club have taken part in the Endurancelife Real Relay, an alternative Olympic torch relay that is following the 8000 mile route of the official event and covering the whole distance on foot in one non-stop journey.
Amidst Beverley’s celebration of the Olympic torch being carried through the sunny town centre, entertainment was provided by the Longcroft Gospel Choir. Standing on the Market Cross and surrounded by crowds
Issue 100 of Hu17.net Magazine is available from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way and features a selection of pictures from the following features that have appeared on the HU17.net web site.
Beverley Athletic Club Juniors travelled to Harrogate last Saturday to take part in the Stray 5k and 2.5k races. Organised by St Aidan’s School, the races start and finish in the school grounds and follow a flat course round the Stray
Local biker Jordan Rushby took a selection of pictures of the Olympic Torch Relay. His images capture the atmosphere and crowds around the top end of Wednesday Market, by Beverley Magistrates Court
Here are some of the pictures that people have emailed into HU17.net of the Olympic Torch Relay. Ian Whitteron, Jane Jessop, Jenna Hodges, Lauren Richards, Paul Griffin, Robin McCoid and Hollie Peirson all sent in photos.
Two members of Beverley Athletic Club had their moment to shine when they took part in the Olympic Torch Relay in East Yorkshire last Monday.
Janet Elvidge took this selection of photos around Durham Ox area Beverley during the Olympic Torch Relay. They show how members of the local community gathered in massive numbers to welcome the flame into Beverley.
Andy Holey took these pictures during the Olympic Torch Relay through Beverley. They show the crowds that gathered and also some great shots of the torch bearers before and during their runs through the town.
It has been two historic days for the East Riding, as thousands of people lined the streets of Bridlington, Beverley, Brough and Goole to witness the Olympic Torch’s arrival in the area.
A perfect vantage point, HU17.net resident photographer Paul Linton joined the official Olympic Torch Relay media bus at Norwood. Then he followed the Olympic Torch Relay from Wednesday Market