East Riding Archives – responsible for safeguarding and making available the documentary heritage of the East Riding of Yorkshire – have just selected an automated digital archiving solution called Preservica, and launched a new site, offering access to a new public digital archive.
The new Flat season is underway at Beverley, with racing now scheduled all the way through to September. One of the highlights is the Beverley Bullet Sprint Stakes in August, a Listed race over 5f.
If you are heading to Beverley racecourse this year, here are three trainers to look out for on the race card.
East Riding College Principal Mike Welsh will retire at the end of May. During over four years in charge Mike oversaw a number of major developments. Most significantly, he led the College through what was described as an exemplary merger with TEC Partnership, securing its long term, sustainable future.
Mike’s tenure has also seen significant increases in student and apprentice numbers as well as the construction of a brand new Institute of Technology at the College’s Flemingate campus.
The Blue and Golds will rue missing their chance to pull away from the relegation zone in this scrappy but entertaining clash in Wigan.
In a game which was not allowed to flow the visitors conceded too many penalties, committed too many handling errors and simply had to do too much defending.
Beverley Building Society will continue its Jubilee themed fundraising next week. The branch in Saturday Market will be hosting Jubilee Tea Party throughout the day on 25 May.
Funds raised from the event will go to Cherry Tree Centre a charity that provides services and support to the local community.
Starting a business in today’s age can be difficult. There are so many things to think about – from the initial planning stages to the day-to-day tasks of running the business.
It can be hard to know where to start when you are new to this whole ordeal. Moreover, it can even be hard to know where to turn for help.
A Petanque Club event was held in Beverley on Sunday, 15 May, inviting local residents to come along and try out the sport.
As part of Commuted Sums from local housing developments, Molescroft Parish Council was awarded £20,600 funding earlier this year.
A wine tasting event which explores the Yorkshire Wolds with a stroll through Little Wold Vineyard and a walk through different wine regions along the route is returning this year.
The Wine Dash course is a 5k course not only through the South Cave vineyard but also along part of the Wolds Way, with only the wine stations interrupting the views.
Mauren Morris, a resident of Molescroft, has been honoured with the Molescroft Millenium Award.
The award was presented by the local parish council in Molescroft in acknowledgement of the efforts Mrs Morris puts in to keep the area tidy.
Over the course of the next 18 months, England will have the opportunity to become world champions in both rugby league and rugby union with the respective World Cups drawing ever nearer.
First up, England’s finest rugby league players will be given the chance to set the tone with their World Cup kicking off on the 15 of October 2022 before the rugby union World Cup takes place in the autumn of 2023.
Students from Bishop Burton College were amongst the jet-set last month thanks to a number of study tours that have seen them enjoying life-changing experiences over 3 continents.
Journeying to Sydney, South Africa and Seville Level 3 Sport, Business, Animal Management and Travel and Tourism students enjoyed a fortnight living, studying and participating in hands-on work experience placements in these far-flung and exotic locations.
Police in Humberside and other forces are encouraging people to carry fewer weapons, especially young people, as part of a national campaign.
Superintendent Lee Edwards is leading the weapons surrender in Humberside Police.
In a dramatic move at East Riding Council Annual General Meeting, Conservative Councillor Charlie Bayram crossed the floor at the start of the meeting to join the Liberal Democrats on the Opposition benches.
The defection has also prompted the local LibDems to say they think there will be a seismic shift from Conservative to Lib Dem at the next local elections.
Bus company East Yorkshire will introduce new tickets and fares from next week that will make travelling on bus easier than ever before.
In their first review of fares and tickets since September 2019, East Yorkshire has said that the changes, which are due to come into effect on Sunday 22 May 2022, will make travelling across the region simpler for customers.
A grassroots football team from Beverley sealed a memorable season with a dramatic penalty shootout win to lift the Under-12 Jubilee Cup.
AFC Tickton Wolves showed nerves of steel to beat Hessle Sporting Meteorites 4-3 on penalties after an absorbing 2-2 draw at the Roy West Centre, in Inglemire Lane, Hull.
A Beverley pub is leading a drive to encourage the community to come together more.
The move is on the back of research revealing that whilst eight out of ten people believe socialising is important to their wellbeing 74% feel they have got out of the habit due to Covid.
Parkway Cinema Beverley will be hosting special screenings where admission will be two cans of food per person, which will be donated to the East Yorkshire Foodbank.
Cliff Baillie, General Manager at the Parkway Beverley says he hopes film lovers will get behind the scheme and enjoy a film while helping others.
Make sure you pop into Beverley Building Society this week as the team there tackles a challenge which will see them cycle from Beverley to Buckingham Palace.
Part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Anniversary celebrations the team will be raising funds for the Cherry Tree Centre in Beverley.