• Beverley Building Society Builds On Its Community Strategy By Supporting Local Sports Clubs
  • Cross Party Member Led Budget Tries To Provide Lifeboat For Residents
  • Ofsted Outcome Adds To National Recognition For Longcroft School
  • Clean Air Night Highlights Harms Of Wood Burning
  • MP Ensures Beverley And Molescroft Councillors Have Their Say On Telegraph Poles
Beverley Building Society Builds On Its Community Strategy By Supporting Local Sports Clubs

Beverley Building Society Builds On Its Community Strategy By Supporting Local Sports Clubs

Beverley Building Society has announced new sponsorship partnerships with both Beverley Rugby Union Football Club (RUFC) and Beverley Town Football Club. The partnership with Beverley RUFC will see the Society become a sponsor of the women’s team as well as supporting some of the mini and junior teams. As an official partner of Beverley Town FC men’s team, they will also support the kids’ teams and the girls’ academy.

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How To Make Your Driving More Economical

How To Make Your Driving More Economical

Though fuel prices might be falling, economical driving is still hugely beneficial for your wallet and your car. Most drivers know that maintaining a constant speed contributes to overall efficiency, but when you look at the bigger picture, there’s much more to it. 

Whether you’ve only just got your licence or you’re buying your next car soon, it’s always worth knowing about the best fuel-saving tactics out there – and why they should make up an important part of your everyday drive.

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Cross Party Member Led Budget Tries To Provide Lifeboat For Residents

Cross Party Member Led Budget Tries To Provide Lifeboat For Residents

For the first time in 17 years, the East Riding of Yorkshire council has passed a budget, shaped and influenced by the opposition groups, and reflects the new no overall control situation on the council.

The Conservative leadership needed to make budget concessions to the Liberal Democrat, Labour and Yorkshire Party groups in order to deliver a budget which was approved by 53 votes at today’s budget council meeting.

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Infusing Playful Art Styles to Create a Lively Home: Our Top Picks

Infusing Playful Art Styles to Create a Lively Home: Our Top Picks

Making your home feel lively and fun doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. Infusing playful and unique art styles throughout your rooms can completely transform the look and feel of your space. From graffiti art in the kitchen to pop art prints in the living room, creative touches go a long way.

In this article, we’ll share some playful art style ideas to liven up your home decor. Whether you want to give your space a bold, colourful look or add some whimsy and character, these fun art styles will inspire you.

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Online Casino Jackpots: Unveiling Jackpot Secrets

Online Casino Jackpots: Unveiling Jackpot Secrets

Welcome to our comprehensive guide on the captivating world of online casino jackpots, your ultimate resource for unraveling the mysteries and excitement of this integral component of the online gambling landscape.

In this section, we embark on an enlightening journey, beginning with a detailed exploration of what online casino jackpots are and the pivotal role they play in the realm of gambling.

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A Boxing Bonanza in East Yorkshire is Assured in 2024

A Boxing Bonanza in East Yorkshire is Assured in 2024

From Olympic hero Luke Campbell to commonwealth champion Tommy Coyle, East Yorkshire has had its fair share of boxing heroes over the years. And 2024 is shaping up nicely for a couple of bright prospects from the area too.

In February, Lewis Sylvester will battle it out for the WBC International lightweight title against Sam Noakes. And it won’t be long before Sonny Taylor, with a perfect 10-0 record, returns to the ring either.

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A Royal Road Trip: Discovering the British Royal Family's Car Ensemble and Why Fog Lights Steal the Spotlight in Road Safety

A Royal Road Trip: Discovering the British Royal Family’s Car Ensemble and Why Fog Lights Steal the Spotlight in Road Safety

It’s no secret that the entire family of British monarchs is constantly travelling with official and unofficial visits around the world. For each country, a certain car was chosen (in fact, some of them even travelled on yachts together with the Queen). It is not strange, because even Queen Elizabeth II in her younger years liked driving, and also during the Second World War was a military car mechanic.

Cars travelled with members of the royal family even to Czechoslovakia. It is worth noting that the royal family treats the choice of cars with special trepidation and stops only exclusive brands. It is about the history of the choice of vehicles by the royal family that we will talk about today. 

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Ofsted Outcome Adds To National Recognition For Longcroft School

Ofsted Outcome Adds To National Recognition For Longcroft School

Longcroft School and Sixth Form are celebrating the outcome of their recent Section 5 Ofsted Inspection, which has further validated the school’s exceptional progress over recent years. Inspectors were hugely complimentary about the school and effusive in their recognition of the journey it has travelled since previous inspections.

They acknowledged the hard work of the dedicated staff, and the profound impact that the Wonder Learning Partnership (WLP) Trust has had in supporting rapid improvements, having been commissioned by the local authority to oversee the school in 2019.

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MP Ensures Beverley And Molescroft Councillors Have Their Say On Telegraph Poles

MP Ensures Beverley And Molescroft Councillors Have Their Say On Telegraph Poles

Graham Stuart, Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness, brought together cross-party councillors from across Beverley and Molescroft to express their concerns to Connexin, the Hull-based fibre broadband provider, about its planned delivery of broadband by telegraph poles to the town.

After seeing other neighbourhoods have telegraph poles imposed on them without sufficient consultation, Graham convened the councillors around the table with Connexin to ensure the people of Beverley and Molescroft have their voices heard.

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Beverley's Max Nicholson Salon Marks Two Years In Business With Unique New Approach To Hairdressing

Beverley’s Max Nicholson Salon Marks Two Years In Business With Unique New Approach To Hairdressing

Beverley’s Max Nicholson Salon has marked two years in business by unveiling a unique, new approach to how hair is cut and styled.

“Our new style menu is a unique mood board that allows our clientele to see and visualise what they want,” said Max, 22, who leads a three-strong team of stylists, colourist and assistants at the North Bar Within hairdresser, including colour stylist Billy and junior stylist Phillippa.

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East Yorkshire Buses Disappointed Over Reduction In Bus Lane Hours

East Yorkshire Buses Disappointed Over Reduction In Bus Lane Hours

East Yorkshire Buses, a leading public transport operator in the region, has voiced deep disappointment in response to Hull City Council’s decision to downgrade bus priorities within the city. Ben Gilligan, Managing Director of East Yorkshire Buses, described the move as a significant step backwards, which potentially leaves a perception that the council has a lack of commitment to supporting the bus network during a crucial stage of recovery.

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