A Community Open Evening held by Tesco in Beverley was a success with a number of local groups attending. Held in December the event was a chance for local groups to learn more. While there they found out about the grants available and projects funded by the company. Tesco has been funding community projects in the town through their Bags of Help Incentive. The Incentive raises money through the ‘carrier…
Woodmansey Primary School won Bethan Nicholls says she is thrilled after they won £2,000 in the Bags of Help scheme.
Mrs Nicholls says the money will be used by the school to help develop a learning space for the schools youngest pupils.
Woodmansey Christmas Craft and Gift Fair will take place this weekend, Sunday 4 November from 11am to 3pm.
Woodmansey Village Hall is the venue that will see twenty independence businesses and stallholders from across East Yorkshire selling their goods.
Thierry Condette of TC Patisserie, Beverley took part as a guest judge in The Great Woodmansey Bake Off 2018.
Children, parents and grandparents entered the competition on Thursday, adults competing for both a trophy and afternoon tea kindly donated by Thierry and children competing for a winner’s party kindly donated by Mega Fun, Beverley.
Woodmansey Primary School parent, teacher and friends association (PTFA) advertised for volunteers and the community did not disappoint.
Well over a 100 volunteers of all ages turned out to support a tree planting session at Woodmansey School.
Woodmansey Primary School is looking for volunteers to help plant 420 trees.
The school’s parent, teacher and friends association (PTFA) has won a donation of trees from The Woodland Trust and needs volunteers to help plant them.
Schools across the East Riding were represented at a ceremony which celebrated their success in supporting cycling, walking and other forms of sustainable travel.
The schools were presented with certificates and plaques in recognition of their work towards the Modeshift STARS national schools awards scheme.
MP Graham Stuart celebrated the installation of two new defibrillators in Beverley by making personal visits to Minstergate Surgery and Woodmansey Primary School.
The children and parent/carers of Woodmansey Primary School raised £254 pounds by holding an Easter Bake Off, Easter Bonnet competition and Easter Fair.
Woodmansey Primary School’s dream of creating a tri-sensory garden in memory of a much-loved teacher is one step closer to reality after the PTFA
Children in East Yorkshire enjoyed the opportunity to plant poppy seeds to mark the 100th anniversary of World War One.
Beverley Ladies Circle met at Cerutti2 for their annual ‘Handover’. The theme of the evening was ‘Childhood friendships’, which was apt as outgoing Chair Kerri Harold handed over to Lyn McCoid.
HU17.net Magazine issue 98 is available from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way. This special edition is full of Queen’s Diamond Jubilee pictures that have appeared on the web site.
Pupils and staff from Woodmansey Primary School got into the Jubilee spirit with a special party. The event which had a red, white and blue theme saw children dress in a range of outfits that included the Queen