The Cheltenham Festival is normally dominated by the biggest names in the sport, with Willie Mullins, Nicky Henderson and Paul Nicholls having the majority of the runners in the leading races across the week.
Golf is a sport for everyone. Unlike other sports, golf is available to you whether you want to play on your own, with friends, in a competition, for leisure, for fun, or even a weekend away.
There is no pressure when it comes to hitting balls at a range or even when having a relaxed round with your father. There are, of course, events that accommodate the more serious golfer. These tend to be hosted in golf clubs and are available to all with a handicap.
Soccer is a game that is loved by many, so much that it has been termed as the world’s most beautiful game.
Although we think that there are other games that are more beautiful that soccer like best payout casino games for instance, but well, that tile has already been taken.
The council’s Sport, Play & Arts Service are working with St Nicholas Community Connect group in Beverley to help increase participation in the group.
There will be a taster session of gentle activities on Monday, 1 July at St Nicholas Community Hall, Holme Church Lane, Beverley.
Anyone that has visited Beverley races will know there are few things as exciting as cheering a winner home down the final straight.
While the Flat racing season at Beverley doesn’t kick off until Easter, the Cheltenham Festival is upon us in just a matter of weeks.
The East Riding Festival of Words will focus on Location, Location, Location on Sunday, 21 October, with a series of events at Beverley Art Gallery.
The day will be a chance to explore the allure of houses in literature – where would our favourite novels be without those idyllic cottages overlooking the sea?
A £2.15million scheme to improve East Riding roads and help protect them against potholes has now been completed.
Despite a challenging, hot summer for the highways maintenance team, work was carried out at 170 sites across the area as part of East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s annual surface dressing programme.
Arguably Yorkshire is the county in the UK regarded as the most passionate about horse racing. There are 9 courses within the county and in excess of 170 race meetings per year.
You are spoilt for choice with a fantastic choice of both flat and jumps tracks, but which are the ones not to be missed?
Holme on Spalding Moor Parish Council have received £31,000 in commuted sums to spend on improvements to the play area located on the village playing field. The new equipment will be officially opened on Saturday 5 August.
Developers are required to provide Outdoor Playing Space (OPS) as part of all new residential developments above a certain size.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has launched a new local drive which aims to get people walking briskly every day in bursts of ten minutes or more.
Just ten continuous minutes of brisk walking every day gets the heart pumping and can make you feel better, more energetic and improve your mood.
New activity sessions aimed at helping people with Multiple Sclerosis or Parkinson’s Disease to get mobile and meet others living with the same long term conditions are being launched in the East Riding.
The weekly ‘Grin and Tonic’ activity sessions will start at East Riding Leisure Beverley from Wednesday 18 January, 1-2pm and at East Riding Leisure Haltemprice, from Friday 20 January, 11am-12noon.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has scooped an award in the prestigious Association of Public Service Excellence (APSE) Network Performance Awards 2016 – East Riding Leisure Beverley has won the Best Performing Leisure Centre Award for the fifth time.
This latest success builds on the Leisure Service having been awarded the APSE Best Service team – sports, leisure and cultural – on four occasions.
Hull City Council, in partnership with Hull Culture and Leisure, has secured over £106,000 for a new tennis court facility and a hard surface playing area at Costello Playing Fields in Hull.
Following a successful bid to the Lawn Tennis Association for funding of £106,626, with an additional £60,000 being provided from the Council’s West Area Committee, a condemned former tennis court area in the park will now receive a new lease of life.
East Riding Leisure will be celebrating the festive season with a range of special offers for a limited period only.
FC Promo was set up four years ago by a group of friends who simply loved football and wanted to play on the same side.
Founder of Indigo Pole Dance and Fitness Studio, India Alton, is hoping that she can introduce people to the benefits of a sport that is rapidly growing in popularity.
As the Christmas season approaches, party-goers are being urged to have fun, stay safe and plan their journey home.
East Riding Leisure has launched its own localised version of the Sport England ‘This Girl Can’ campaign.