With the Tour de Yorkshire starting their race this year in Beverley, organisers of the event were in town to provide an insight into the event and what people can do to get involved.
Organisers of the annual charity raft race that is held on Beverley Beck are reminding would be crews to get their entries in early.
On behalf of East Riding of Yorkshire Council, I would like to wish everyone a happy, healthy and peaceful Christmas and a prosperous New Year.
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.
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.
The annual Tickton Garden Party was held on the 7th July. As it is the Jubilee year a “special” guest made an appearance! The event was well attended helped by the surprisingly fine weather.
Staff from Sainsbury’s donated £700 to the friends of St Nicholas Primary School. In a special assembly Mel Steel, a manager at Sainsbury’s presented the cheque to head teacher Liz Pollard.
Residents from the St Nicholas area of Beverley held a street party to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Held in the school field children enjoyed games, a bouncy castle and a picnic.
Following final completion of works ahead of last weekend’s Diamond Jubilee, the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Gardens have today been officially opened by Councillor Chad Chadwick
Residents at Keldgate Bar were joined by friends from around Beverley as they held a street party to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Around thirty, people got together with plenty of red, white and blue on display.
People pictures taken at Saturday Market during the Beverley Jubilee event. The pictures show a giant cake by Crofts Cakes, some of the civic guests and local people who were all out to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
HU17.net Magazine issue 98 is available from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way. This special edition is full of Queen’s Diamond Jubilee pictures that have appeared on the web site.
Tickton turned red, white and blue to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. The day started at 9.00am at the New Inn @ Tickton, with market stalls and children’s games organised by the Tickton W.I.
The Beverley pensioners rights group chaired by Don Steele, held a special Queen’s Diamond Jubilee party at the Cherry Tree Centre on Sunday 3rd June 2012.
Beverley signed off the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with a spectacular show in Saturday Market. Thousands of people gathered in Saturday Market were treated to a good old fashioned knees up and a fire work display
Thousands of people have taken to the streets of Beverley as the town celebrates the Queen’s Jubilee. So far the people have been entertained with live music, puppet shows and fashion shows as the event builds up to what promises
The bad weather did not stop the residents of Westwood Road who, joined by family and friends celebrated the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with a giant garden party.
To mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee residents of Westwood Road held a ‘Jubilee Games’ on the Beverley Westwood. In order for the games to take place neighbours worked together to clear a strip of grass of cow