Beverley’s Treasure House is hosting a free exhibition on the 1970s called ‘Glam and Gloom – 1970s Britain’ for visitors who want to escape the 21st century. The exhibit will be on display until Saturday, 26 August.
This exhibition’s title refers to glam rock bands, sunshine holidays, and great British TV shows of the decade.
A new town entry sign is being developed by Beverley Town Council and they want your input.
Several places have bespoke entry signs that illustrate something about the town or village where they are located. Several city landmarks are depicted in abstract designs in these murals, which have been funded by Hull City Council in recent years.
Work on the exciting transformation of the Treasure House in Champney Road in Beverley is expected to begin in September.
A new customer service centre and the enhanced library will be built as part of the £3.3 million project, and the council’s registration services will be relocated to the building from Walkergate House.
East Riding College is investing £500,000 in manufacturing and engineering machinery to upskill local workers.
Beverley-based TEC Partnership college, which is a member of the group of education providers, has acquired four pieces of specialist equipment for businesses to train their employees in the latest production technology, boosting both worker skills and business efficiency.
In East Yorkshire, a well-known estate agent has launched her own business and wants to shake things up in the housing industry.
As a senior manager in the property industry for 36 years, Linda Taylor has worked in both corporate and independent sectors, including residential sales, lettings, facilities management, and commercial and new homes. Now she has teamed up with one of the world’s fastest-growing estate agencies, eXp UK.
Beverley Art Gallery’s Home is So Sad exhibition opens with a talk at the Treasure House on Saturday, 1 April. This Artist’s Talk will take place on the opening day of the exhibition at 1.30pm and will last until 2.45pm. Two international artists living and working in Korea will be presenting their wor
Spring Live will take place at Bishop Burton College on Sunday 26 March, a family-friendly event.
The college opens its doors to the public once again after welcoming over 4,000 visitors at last year’s event. A fun-filled day out with activities and entertainment for the entire family at Spring Live.