Last weekend brought a bumper crop of points for Beverley Town Cricket Club as they recorded two wins and three winning draws from their five games.
Max Harris-Smith, a local Scout who is on a mission to raise funds needed to attend the World Scout Jamboree is to stage an event in the centre of Beverley.
Taking place on Saturday 21 July, Max, who is part of the 1st Walkington troop, will be holding a coffee morning at Toll Gavel United Church in Beverley.
A woman from Hull has been ordered to pay £680.79 after rubbish belonging to her was found fly-tipped in Walkington.
Wrapping paper, cardboard boxes, nappies and other household waste was found dumped at the side of the road in Walkington Heads in January this year.
A remarkable series of three close games on Saturday saw Beverley Town Cricket Club lose two and tie one match as the 1st XI were the only Saturday winners with a 4-wicket success at Whitkirk.
The other three teams could all have won with the 2nds and 4ths particularly wasteful in chasing relatively low scores at Norwood.
Walkington AFC ended their first season in the Humber Premier League with a home defeat, though manager Richard Twigger says his players should be proud.
His comments come as his side lost their final game against Westella & Willerby 2-1 at Broadgates securing them sixth place in the Humber Premier League with 40 points.
Humberside Police are reminding people to be prepared to face delays as the Tour de Yorkshire 2018 comes to the region.
With big crowds expected in Beverley and along the route, Humberside Police say they hope people enjoy the spectacle that is the Tour de Yorkshire.
East Riding Archives, based at the Treasure House in Beverley, started cataloguing on its collections database in January 2000 and has recently completed its 400,000th entry.
It’s taken 18 years of hard work to get there and has meant a cataloguing rate of, on average, 22, 222 documents per year.
Beverley Town Football Club manager Rich Jagger says he is pleased after his side beat East Riding Rangers 4-1 to move up to fourth in the Humber Premier League.
Jagger had called for his side to pick up where they left off last time out when they beat the current leaders Chalk Lane.
A new exhibition,Beverley’s Satellite Villages, opens at the Beverley Guildhall on Friday, 23 March, with a preview on 21 March.
Beverley’s Satellite Villages, looks beyond Beverley itself to the six villages that lie in a neat circle surrounding the town, and includes Walkington, Bishop Burton, Cherry Burton, Leconfield, Tickton and Woodmansey.
Beverley based T C Patisserie were the only business from the Historic Town to be acknowledged at the Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism.
T C Patisserie scooped the award for ‘Remarkable Cuppa’ to ensure the town won something at the awards night which was attended by 500 people.
The men’s and women’s Tour de Yorkshire Trophies will visit Beverley and surrounding villages on Monday, 12 March as part of a week-long tour of Yorkshire ahead of the event, with both races starting in the town on Thursday, 3 May.
Members of the public will be able to catch a glimpse of the silverware in Saturday Market, from 12noon to 1pm, with the trophies also visiting six schools in the morning and five in the afternoon.
A company director has been ordered to pay £1,763.50 after his firm illegally put signs up across the East Riding advertising a Christmas event in Beverley.
Paul Leonard, director of Cottage Industrys Ltd of Ings Lane, Dunswell, had a significant number of advertising boards placed on the public highway without permission in October last year to promote a Mistletoe Fair at Beverley Racecourse taking place in November.
Beverley Town Football Club got back to winning ways after they beat strugglers Hornsea Town 4-1 in the Humber Premier League on Saturday.
Town went into the game at Cranswick looking to bounce back after a disappointing result against South Cave United that saw them slip down the league table.
Richard Twigger says his side can beat anyone on their day adding that Walkington AFC will learn a lot about themselves this weekend as they face league leaders Chalk Lane.
Walkington moved above local rivals Beverley Town FC in the Humber Premier League last week after they claimed a good win away at Hornsea Town.
Beverley Town boss Rich Jagger says his sides first half performance was not acceptable as Town were beaten 3-0 by South Cave United.
Town went into the match looking to maintain their unbeaten run only to come unstuck that also saw their fox in the box Matty Littlefield given a straight red card.
Beverley Town Football Club will be looking to protect their unbeaten run this weekend as they take on South Cave United in the Humber Premier League.
Town, now unbeaten in 8 games, go into the game with a number of players missing but Jagger feels if his side show the right attitude they will get a positive result.