Lifestyle 2018 Team From Walkington Shortlisted For Final

Lifestyle 2018 Team From Walkington Shortlisted For Final
Nov 14, 2018

Two girls from Walkington will find out tonight if they have won the Lifestyle 2018 Award after their incredible efforts this summer.

Amelia Elvin and Jess Clark under the name Team Stand Tall spent their summer raising money to purchase a defibrillator. Furthermore, the pair also trained a number of young people how to use the equipment.

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Jagger Looks For His Side To Bounce Back Against Hull United

Jagger Looks For His Side To Bounce Back Against Hull United
Sep 14, 2018

Rich Jagger will be looking for his side to bounce back this weekend as they return to Humber Premier League action against Hull United.

Beverley Town FC, who are placed fifth in the standings will fancy their chances against Hull United who have managed just one win this season from their opening five games.

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Walkington Village Girls’ Defibrillator Campaign Backed By MP

Walkington Village Girls’ Defibrillator Campaign Backed By MP
Aug 29, 2018

Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart was recently contacted by local school girls Jess Clark and Amelia Elvin, aka ‘Team Stand Tall’.

As part of the Humberside Police Lifestyle Challenge 2018 Jess and Amelia have been raising money and awareness for a community AED to be installed at the playing fields in their village of Walkington.

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HPL Champions Beat Town On Opening Day Of New Season

HPL Champions Beat Town On Opening Day Of New Season
Aug 21, 2018

Beverley Town travelled to Hull to take on defending champions Chalk lane in a game between two sides that should be pushing for honours this season.

The first 20 minutes were competitive, with both sides looking to get a foothold in the game early on. Town created a couple of good chances after good work down the right by Joe Norton.

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East Riding Archives Hits Its 400,000th Catalogue Entry!

East Riding Archives Hits Its 400,000th Catalogue Entry!
Apr 12, 2018

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.

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