Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness in the East Riding of Yorkshire, has reacted to the Government’s decision to upgrade the region’s ‘Local COVID Alert Level’ to high, starting from 00:01 on Saturday 31st October.
Hull City Council is bringing an enforcement action against bars, pubs, restaurants and takeaways that remain open after the 10pm curfew.
The government brought in strict rules last month announcing that hospitality businesses had to close at 10pm as part of plans to limit the spread of coronavirus. Takeaways can still deliver food until 5am, but they cannot have any customers on their premises.
Humberside Police are teaming up with pubs and clubs throughout the area to raise awareness in the implications and dangers of young people using other people’s ID or bogus ID.
This follows reports from licensed premises that young people are increasingly trying to enter using fraudulent using passports or driving licences – often belonging to older siblings or older friends.
Armstrongs Social Club are inviting local people who have to work over the festive to a special party in January 2016.
People intending to go out and make the most of the four day bank holiday weekend this Easter are being urged to drink responsibly and avoid becoming another crime statistic.
Chequers Micropub in Beverley has been named ‘East Yorkshire Town Pub of the Year 2014’ by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) – Hull & East Yorkshire Branch.
OUT & ABOUT :Photos from a few of the pubs in Beverley where on New Year’s Eve, a number of people headed into Beverley Town centre to welcome in the New Year.
This week Graham Stuart, MP voted against a new cross-party clause to the Small Business Bill which offered new protections for local publicans against the predatory practices of large pub owning companies
Beverley is set to lose another pub with the Lincoln Arms being the latest boozer to close its doors.
Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart has welcomed an announcement this week of new rules to make sure that publicans receive a fair deal by pub companies.
Chris Iles and Sue Saxby are due to get married on the 14th February but before then there was the little matter of the Hen Party for the bride to be.
A self-confessed “beer geek” is hoping to become the toast in the town after opening a brand new brewery.
Beverley Minster is a beautiful and one well on a par with anything you’ll find in nearby neighbouring York. St. John of Beverley, who you can still find
As summer reaches its peak and licensed premises hit their busiest time of year, pubs, bars and clubs across the East Riding are being reminded to keep down noise levels, which might cause nuisance to their neighbours.
How do you know when Beverley Folk Festival is on? You can find out by logging onto Twitter or Facebook, but the big give-away is when the men dressed in funny hats and with bells on their shoes
Under new management, the Light Dragoon is a warm country pub where you can either walk to with your dog and mucky boots, leave your bicycle safe while you fill up or enjoy a fine-dining experience.
The Dog & Duck will be hosting a Real Ale Festival in Beverley that will include twelve guest ales, a selection of ciders and live entertainment from local acts while raising money for local charities.
Minster Garth Guest House is a beautiful Georgian house, situated next to Beverley Minster, overlooking a delightful green pasture. Legend has it that in medieval times, Saint John of Beverley, the Archbishop of York had a residence there – either a Monastery or a Manor House.