A Park & Ride for Beverley will be the centrepiece of the Liberal Democrat opposition’s alternative budget, to be discussed at the East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s budget meeting this Thursday.
New Paths Music has announced that it is bucking the trend and putting on a festival of live concerts to a real audience later this month.
2020 has seen live music crumbling across the nation, but Oktoberfest will see four concerts take place in the stunning setting of St Mary’s Church in Beverley, to a socially distanced audience.
SIAMS, Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools has rated St Mary’s School as Excellent. As a CofE school, St Mary’s are inspected to ensure they live up to a certain set of values.
Headteacher Laura Wallis was thrilled with the results. There was a number of key findings made including the school’s exceptional approach to mental health and also wellbeing.
Hull City Council is increasing the capacity of three schools in the city to respond to the rising demand in secondary school places.
It is projected that over the next five years there will be an increase in demand for 1,000 secondary school places in the west of Hull.
Hull & East Riding Green Party have revealed their candidates for the upcoming local elections in the East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull.
Beverley residents will have a chance to vote for the Green Party in two wards. They have a candidate standing in St Mary’s Ward and also Beverley Rural.
Beverley Gardeners’ Club is gearing up for another gardening themed talks starting this November with Jaime Blake. His talk will focus on horticultural legend, Alan Bloom.
Ahead of the first talk, Terry Hope from the Club explained a little about the club. Since its creation, he says they have flourished in numbers.
Alex Stark came off the bench to pinch all three points for Beverley Town, heading in a 90th-minute winner.
Manager Rich Jagger admits he was relieved to beat Westella having gone into the game with key players missing.
Privatisation through the back door is how one councillor describes plans that put the Post Office in Beverley at risk.
Comments about the Post Office closure came from Cllr Denis Healy, who represents residents in St Mary’s.
Cllr Denis Healy who represents residents in the Beverley St Mary’s Ward says the case for relocating the police station is not immediately clear to him.
His comments come after the local Labour Party in Beverley put forward their idea to move the Police Station in Beverley from New Walk to the former site of St Nicholas School.
Beverley Community Lift, the local charity that provides transport services for elderly and disabled people, was dealt a severe blow recently when its Chief Executive, Jan Stainforth, received a letter from the Department for Transport, setting out its proposals to impose restrictions that could have a seriously damaging impact on the Charity’s core services, possibly even leading to Beverley Community Lift being forced to close down.
East Rising Ward Councillor, Denis Healy, whose St Mary’s ward includes Beverley Community Lift, explained the problem in more detail following a meeting with Jan Stainforth.
Cllr. Denis Healy has revealed that East Riding Council is holding nearly £450,000 received from developers who have built houses in Molescroft, which it needs to spend on community projects.
Cllr Healy says these figures have been kept away from the public though since his election and now he is the only non Conservative councillor is happy to share these figures with the public so they can stake their claim.
Local Cllr Denis Healy says that ‘We Can All Be Proud Of What Beverley Street Angels Do’ after he spent a busy Saturday evening with them in the town centre.
Clrr Healy who represents the people of St Mary’s Ward hit the streets with the Angels as looked to learn more about the work they do to support the towns night time revellers.
I have lived in Beverley for 20 years and worked here for over 30. During that time I have seen many changes to the town, both good and bad.
This Good Friday, March 25th will see Beverley Chamber Choir presenting two popular choral works, Faure’s and Durufle’s Requiems.
Set in the stunning St Mary’s church in the historic market town of Beverley, East Yorkshire. The Speak Easy are proud to present this beautiful concert.
East Riding College is holding three open events for people who are thinking about studying in further or higher education from September.
Pupils at St Mary’s School in Beverley enjoyed an afternoon of sport as they held their annual sports day.
On 7 May your three Labour Party candidates for East Riding Council in St Mary’s ward are Ben Cooper, Paul McGrath and David Sweet.