New mayor to be decided in December, well if Beverley Musical Theatre’s production of their 27th pantomime Dick Whittington has anything to do with it.
Pupils from St Nicholas Junior School in Beverley and All Saints Junior School in Hessle proudly have unveiled their Amy Johnson moths as part of the A Moth for Amy public art project
Pupils at St Nicholas Junior School in Beverley have launched themselves into the “A Moth for Amy” project by designing and creating more than 300 mini moths
East Yorkshire pupils are excitedly starting work on weird and wonderful designs for the “A Moth for Amy” project – the Amy Johnson Festival’s flagship event
Beverley Minster’s Christmas Tree Festival saw well over 4500 people pass through the doors of the iconic landmark during the three-day event.
With over 80 Christmas trees on display, there was plenty of competition to be named the best tree at the event.
St Nicholas Primary School in Beverley has opened a new library, but this one will not loan their pupils books; it will be loaning them bicycles.
St Nicholas Primary School welcomed the Mayor of Beverley, Peter Astell into their school today to officially open their Minecraft After School Club.
Pupils at St Nicholas Primary School got to experience what it was like to set up and run their own business as they took part in The Virgin Fiver Challenge.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council have dismissed claims being made in a petition that land adjacent to St Nicholas School has been earmarked for development in the new local plan.
The Beverley Party have released a statement ahead of the local elections without questioning who the town belongs to and also the decisions being made that are impacting the lives of the residents.
Staff and pupils at St Nicholas Primary School enjoyed a magical World Book Day with a Harry Potter Themed event.
For the past three years, the Soldiers’, Sailors’, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA) East Yorkshire Branch has joined forces with Longcroft School to stage a ‘Celebration of Christmas’ at St Mary’s Church.
Children from St Nicholas Primary School enjoyed a teddy bear’s picnic which was held to end their year.
On Friday 9th November, Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart visited St Nicholas Primary School in Beverley to observe the recent improvements to the standard of education at the school.
The latest edition of HU17.net Magazine has been produced early ahead of the long weekend and bank holidays. Available from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way Issue 97 featuring the pictures
Children at St Nicholas Primary school got into the Jubilee spirit with a special lunch. Pupils enjoyed a selection of treats with some of the teachers and staff at the school adding to the occasion with silly