Barrel Move Six Points Clear With Home Win

Feb 20, 2011

The Barrel Walkington made hard work of their game against Haltemprice though came out winners. In a scrappy game the Barrel Walkington came out on top winning 2 – 1 to move six points clear at the top of the East Riding County League Division 1. HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full size HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture…

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Burns Does the Trick as Barrel Hammer Leven

Jan 31, 2011

Barrel Walkington comprehensively beat Leven at Longcroft School 5- 1 thanks to a fine hat-trick from Oli Burns. Burns claimed three while Mike Thompsons and Lewis Palin were also on target for the Barrel Walkington. Skipper Mike Stansfield was full of praise for Palin who scored with a volley from 30 yards out. Final score Barrel Walkington 5 Leven 1 Photos by Paul Linton: Click on the thumbnail picture below…

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Orienteering Event on Beverley Westwood

Jan 27, 2011

Saturday afternoon on February 5th, sees an Orienteering Event on Beverley Westwood.  The event, which will start and finish near to the Walkington / Westwood Road entrance, will feature four separate orienteering courses, catering for the absolute beginner up to the more experienced competitor. This is a great opportunity for anyone who wants to test their map reading ability.  There will also be a “fun” MAZE-type Orienteering course on a…

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KC Transforms Walkington Village From Online ‘Not Spot’ to Broadband Hotspot

Jan 26, 2011

Local communications provider KC has transformed the online experience of people living in the East Yorkshire village of Walkington by installing ‘fibre to the kerb’ to give residents average broadband connection speeds of around 15Mbps. It’s no secret that across the UK, rural residents are less likely to enjoy high-speed broadband than people living in towns and cities. That’s because an important factor affecting broadband speeds is the distance you…

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Dr. Katerina Steventon, Face Workshops, Skin Care Expert

Jan 13, 2011

Dr Katerina Steventon MSc. PhD. – from the Czech Republic , is a skincare expert with over 17 years experience and has worked in the skin care industry, gaining an in-depth knowledge of skin science. Her objective is to provide advice and recommend the right skin care routine for any individual, bridging the gap between the skincare consumer, beauty therapy and the skincare industry.  Katerina also actively pursues the role…

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United Beaten by Barrel in Local Derby

Jan 9, 2011

Mill Lane United switched their game with Barrel Walkington after Broadgates was deemed unplayable. United were well beaten as Walkington cruised to a 3 – 1 win. Brad Palin scored late on for Barrel Walkington as well as being named as Man of the Match. HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full size HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below…

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Free Power Walking Sessions in January

Jan 4, 2011

Free power walking sessions will be running from The Barn House, Walkington, Haltemprice Leisure Centre and Beverley Leisure Complex in January. The walks are a great way to improve health and meet new people and will take place from Beverley Leisure Complex, on Thursday evenings, from 13 January, The Barn House, on Wednesday mornings, from 19 January and Haltemprice Leisure Centre, on Monday nights, between 6 and 7pm, from 17…

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Looking Back at 2010: Hodgsons FC

Dec 30, 2010

Hodgsons FC will end 2010 flying high as they top the Humber Premier League Division 1. The Tanners started 2010 after a long lay-off when their pitch at the Beverley Leisure Centre became unplayable. Hodgsons did not play their first game until January 30th when they entertained Goole Office losing 2 – 4. By the end February Hodgsons had recovered.  They progressed to the semi-finals of the East Riding Senior…

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Humberside Police: Beverley Rural Update for November 2010

Issue: – Farm Watch – Remote Crime -Wednesday 10th November saw the launch of “Cesar”. A national scheme for the security and registration of agricultural and farm machinery. Two Farms from our area had nine items of farm machinery security marked. As a direct result of extensive press coverage and talks to local farming groups, farmers are ringing to make enquiries about the scheme and signing up to have their…

Dec 14, 2010
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Winning Town Trail Quiz Sister Has a School Surprise Day!

Dec 8, 2010

Her 3yr old brother enjoyed Surprise Day No.1 when Harvey Lee was presented with a framed photograph of his family, for winning the Beverley Town Trail Family Quiz, at Walkington Primary School. It was another day of surprises for his big sister, 7yr old Isobel, when Head of School, Mrs Susan Eves, called her name to come to the front of the afternoon’s assembly to be presented with the photograph,…

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Wednesday Came With a Surprise for One Young Trail Explorer!

Nov 25, 2010

Three-year-old HARVEY LEE had a surprise start to Wednesday, at Walkington Primary School, when he was presented with a framed family photograph which was the prize for him, and his family, winning the Beverley Town Trail Family Quiz, earlier this year. Harvey’s head teacher, Mrs Susan Eves, made special arrangements for this very different start to his school day.  His seven-year-old sister, ISOBEL, will be equally surprised at the school’s…

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Traditional and Unexpected Feel to East Riding Company Theatre Tour

Beverley-based actors Neil King and Richard Avery say the tradition of telling ghost stories on Christmas Eve is the inspiration behind their latest touring production, which is launched later this month in the East Riding (Friday 19 November). The duo, who run Other Lives Productions, have toured for the last three years with a first half of semi-dramatised readings around a theme, followed by a second half featuring a new…

Nov 10, 2010
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Information for Beverley Lions Bonfire Night 2010

Each year the Beverley Lions Club organise their Annual Fireworks Display on Guy Fawkes Night, which this year is on Friday 5th November and will take place as usual on the Beverley Westwood adjacent to Westwood Road. **INFORMATION FOR BEVERLEY LIONS BONFIRE 2011 ** The Bonfire which is provided by the Beverley Town Council will be lit at 7-15 pm by the Mayor of Beverley, Councillor Bessie Foot, together with…

Oct 23, 2010
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Beverley Lions Bonfire Night: Traffic Plans

A traffic management plan has been put in place around Beverley Westwood for bonfire night. This will involve part closures of Keldgate Road, Westwood Road and Walkington Road, which will reduce the availability of parking nearby. To reduce congestion visitors to the Beverley Lions bonfire are advised to use town centre car parks in Beverley which are all free after 6pm. The following road closures will be in effect: 1  …

Oct 15, 2010
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Walkington Crash Out of Cup After ET

Oct 4, 2010

The Barrel Walkington were dumped out of cup on Saturday despite forcing extra time. The match finished 2 – 2 at Longcroft School though it was the visitors who had the last laugh scoring two goals in extra time. Final Score Barrel Walkington 2   Park Athletic  4 HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full size HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail…

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Local Theatre Company Explores Deep Meanings

Sep 29, 2010

Theatre company Other Lives Productions has announced the double-bill of plays which it will take on tour around East Riding villages this autumn. The Beverley-based company is presenting “Is There Anybody There…?”, described as a light-hearted sortie into the metaphysical – the world beyond the normal. Mysteries, ghosts and so forth will feature, with a first half comprising stories  which will be recited by actors Neil King and Richard Avery….

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