Plans to pedestrianise a part of Beverley’s Saturday Market have moved a step forward thanks to a successful funding bid from the Department of Transport’s Active Travel Fund.
Beverley Community Lift is celebrating the start of the transport charity’s golden jubilee year by taking delivery of its latest minibus.
It has taken the charity three years to raise the funds needed to buy the vehicle. As a result of the new arrival, this means the charity will maintain a fleet of five buses.
Beverley Community Lift (BCL) is celebrating the start of the transport charity’s golden jubilee year by taking delivery of its latest minibus.
It has taken BCL three years to raise the funds needed to buy the vehicle, which maintains the charity’s fleet at five. The 16-seater, named Clover, is already in use for shopping trips and outings.
There will be a chance to come along to a musical afternoon with Chameleon at the Toll Gavel United Church, Beverley, on Thursday, 6 February at 2pm.
Chameleon is a multi-instrumental woodwind quartet, exploring a varied programme of folk, classical and twentieth-century music.
Hull Samaritans say they are overwhelmed with the generosity shown by shoppers in Beverley. The comments come after the group raised almost £800 in donations on Christmas Eve.
This was the second time the Hull Samaritans had fundraised in the town centre over the festive period.
The London Theatre Voices will be making a welcome return to Toll Gavel United Church, Beverley.
They will be back in Beverley on Saturday, 18 January 2020, at 7.30pm with ‘The Gentlemen of English National Opera’.
Hull Samaritans would like to thank everyone who supported them and made a donation when fundraising in Beverley.
In all the charity raised over £800 which will be used to fund their work which they undertake in the area. Money raised by the charity was almost £200 more than the previous year.
Yorkshire-based jewellery retailer, Azendi, has revealed the opening date for their new Beverley store.
The British brand, known for selling unique jewellery designs in sterling silver, will open at 44 Toll Gavel on Friday 29 November.
There are still some tickets left for classical number one selling soprano Rebecca Newman in Beverley.
She who will present a special programme of her favourite operatic arias, traditional folk songs, sacred arias and songs from her childhood growing up on the coast in Devon.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, will be continuing his regular street surgeries this Saturday 21st September.
The surgeries are an opportunity to raise an issue with Graham about personal matters or to raise any kind of concern to do with government or parliament, or simply just to pop by and say hello.
Kindred Spirits is the latest business to open in Beverley. Located in Beverley’s Historic Core on Toll Gavel, they have a very unique approach to selling alcohol.
Kindred Spirits which opened this week and sells crafted spirits which are sourced from around the UK. Furthermore, they do not just bottle them, the packing, if desired can also be personalised.
MP Graham Stuart says he is extremely disappointed with the decision to close Beverley’s Crown Post Office.
Mr Stuart had joined others in campaigning to keep the postal service at the office in Register Square. The MP also met with bosses of the postal service handing them a petition signed by residents.
Beverley Crown Post Office will be closed and the service transferred to nearby WH Smith store on Toll Gavel.
Despite the public consultation and intervention by local councillors and the MP, Post Office bosses confirmed it will close.
Humberside Police want to trace this woman in connection with two alleged purse thefts in Beverley on the same day.
Both victims were women, one in her 90s and one in her 60s.
A new Beverley-based festival is seeking young musicians who would like to take part in what promises to be a very special event.
The First Beverley Gentle Festival is being organised by Music Living, a local not-for-profit organisation, and follows their successful Gentle Concerts held In 2018.
Cllr David Boynton says that while it is sad that a business is closing in Beverley over all the town centre remains a vibrant place for business.
His comments come following the news that Steamer Trading said they are to close their stores. This includes the one in Beverley.
The White Company, a luxury lifestyle brand have announced the date they will be opening their long-awaited Beverley store.
Following a major project, The White Company have confirmed the store on Toll Gavel will be open to the public on 28 March.
New Paths Music has announced the programme for its fourth spring festival in Beverley, which runs 4th-7th April.
Almost thirty events take place across the four days in a packed programme of song, chamber music, talks, late-night events, a world premiere, performances for families and children and a recital on the Minster’s world-famous organ. Performers in this young festival include rising stars from the world of classical music alongside veteran international artists.