Exhibition Opens For Beverley Minster’s Sanctuary Project With A Celebration

Exhibition Opens For Beverley Minster’s Sanctuary Project With A Celebration
September 9, 2021

A celebration is being held in Beverley Minster on Sunday 12 September to mark the opening of an exhibition to highlight the Minster’s historic role in providing sanctuary and relating that to what sanctuary means for people today.

The exhibition and associated digital and print content explore the real stories of sanctuary seekers past and present and includes moving modern testimonies as well as dramatised historical accounts.

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Beverley Man Fined £3,119 For Fly-Tipping Offences

Beverley Man Fined £3,119 For Fly-Tipping Offences
April 3, 2021

A man from Beverley has been ordered to pay £3,119.41 after two incidents of fly-tipping in August 2019.

Dominic Dixon, of Canterbury Close, Beverley, pleaded not guilty to an offence under Section 33 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 when attending court in January 2020. Following delays due to COVID-19, the case was heard at Hull Magistrates Court on 25 March 2021 with Mr Dixon failing to attend court.

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Art and Soul Retail Hub Opens At Flemingate Retail Park

Art and Soul Retail Hub Opens At Flemingate Retail Park
September 2, 2020

A retail hub aimed at putting the talents of local and regional artists and makers on the map has opened at Beverley’s Flemingate centre.

Art and Soul showcases framed art, jewellery, prints, woodwork, ceramics, glassware, embroidery and much more within a creative community with shared goals and ambitions.

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Beverley Community Lift Thrilled With Birthday Gift

Beverley Community Lift Thrilled With Birthday Gift
February 26, 2020

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.

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Dorchester Hotel Documentary Prompts Chef To Reprint Memoir For Charity

Dorchester Hotel Documentary Prompts Chef To Reprint Memoir For Charity
January 27, 2020

A chef who has raised thousands of pounds for charity by telling the tales of a career which took him from The Dorchester in London’s Park Lane to some of the top kitchens in East Yorkshire will share his stories on national TV this week.

Derek Baugh, who won acclaim as Managing Director of Willerby Manor Hotel and as owner with his wife Lee of the renowned Manor House Hotel in Walkington, will celebrate the broadcast by ordering a reprint of “Memories of a Dorchester Chef and Beyond” to raise more money for the Daisy Appeal.

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Personal Training Makes Getting Into Shape For 2020 Simple

Personal Training Makes Getting Into Shape For 2020 Simple
January 2, 2020

Personal Training is one of the best ways to help you shed those post Christmas pounds. With the festive period over our minds are now focused on summer and also holidays.

For many, this will mean sunning yourself of the beach. But between now and then for most of us that means shedding some weight and toning up.

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Graham Stuart MP Keen To Address Local Flooding Issues In 2020

Graham Stuart MP Keen To Address Local Flooding Issues In 2020
January 2, 2020

Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has spoken of his determination to keep on tackling flood prevention to make sure we never see a repeat of the devastation caused by floods in 2007.

Heavy rain throughout the beginning of November led once again to people’s homes being flooded as the overly saturated ground couldn’t cope with the amount of rainfall.

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Remembrance Donation For Much-Loved Foodie Professional

Remembrance Donation For Much-Loved Foodie Professional
June 25, 2019

When Nesta Merrells passed away, her family discovered a tube of twenty pence pieces which she had been collecting throughout Lent, for an annual fundraiser along with the rest of the congregation of Walkington Methodist Church.

This year the congregation took up the East Yorkshire foodbank challenge of saving forty pence for forty days. Nesta’s, however, was only recently found in her bedside table.

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