Photos featuring Year 11 students from Longcroft School’s ‘Class Of 2018’ who celebrated with Prom held at Lazaat Hotel in Cottingham.
Photos the Potting Shed where Joanne Da Silva celebrated her big 50 with a private party.
Joined by family and friends Joanne enjoyed a colourful evening at the Flemingate nightspot on their sun terrace.
Photos from the Sunday afternoon performance of Let’s Dance 2018 that was held at Hull University’s Middleton Hall.
The bi annual event organised by Miss Racheal’s School of Dance gives dancers from her school of all ages an opportunity to perform and show case their skills they have acquired through attending lessons.
Beverley Town Football Club hosted their Sportsman’s Dinner on Saturday evening on a night that saw them welcome special guests Paul Merson and Ben Shires to Beaver Park.
Merson who enjoyed a glittering career with Arsenal Football Club making over 300 appearances for the Gunners scoring 78 goals and 21 England appearances scoring three times.
Photos from Beverley Races where a packed crowd enjoyed splendid summer weather at the Westwood course for a specially British themed afternoon.
Thousands of people were track-side with many of them making an effort with their outfits choosing a red, white and blue theme for the Very British Raceday.
Chamas, Beverley’s premier Brazilian Rotisserie hosted an evening where they invited customers and other guests to show off their new intimate dining area.
Opened in July 2017, Chamas which is located in the centre of Beverley in Wednesday Market has proved to be so popular this is their second expansion in less than six months.
Fran Horton celebrated her 60th birthday with friends and family at Maa Indian Restaurant in Beverley.
Fran, who volunteers with Guide Dogs For the Blind had an added treat earlier in the day thanks to her husband who arranged a special visit to the Guide Dogs.
Photos from Alfie Jacob White’s was Christened which was held at St Mary’s Church in Beverley.
Family members said they were excited to have met the Archbishop John Sentamu, while he did not conduct the service he did greet guests who were in attendance.
Photos from Rachel Kynman’s 50th birthday that was held at Beaver Park, the home of Beverley RUFC.
Rachel was joined by friends and family for a night of fancy dress that had a theme based around the hit TV show Peaky Blinders.
Photos from Beaver park where the Ladies took over the club house at Beverley RUFC for the annual Ladies Day event.
A packed club house, which included sponsors and supporters of the event enjoyed a a slap up meal while being entertained by the rugby on the pitch.
Chrissie Lee was joined by friends and family as she marked her 60th birthday.
Chrissie enjoyed a few drinks at her party which was held at the The Moulders in Beverley.
Photos from the Kings Head Hotel in Beverley where Ellie Fordon celebrated her birthday with friends and family.
Ellie had a good night as she marked reaching the ripe old age of 21 with a good drink and a bite to eat.
There was lots of thigh slapping fun happening at Armstrongs Social Club which was where a Barn Dance in aid of British Heart Foundation was held.
Organised by Sonia Healey and Jane Bunn the night was held in memory her partners dad, John Spooner who passed away five years ago this month.
Photos from the Lazaat Hotel which played host to the BE.THE.CHANGE fund raising dinner.
Organised by Rebecca Bennett, the event now in its third year proved to be a huge success as people enjoyed a meal, disco and live entertainment.
Friends and family celebrated the life of Lee Morley, a good friend of Beverley Rugby Club who, sadly passed away last year.
Proceedings from the match and lunch raised over £3000 to be donated to Ward 29 at Castle Hill hospital at the request of Lee’s family in thanks for the care given to Lee during his extended time there.
Suey Smith said she was overwhelmed after a fund raising night she organised in aid of Cancer Research raised thousands of pounds.
Held at the Potting Shed in Beverley, the event raised money through ticket sales a prize draw which was supported by local businesses and sports clubs in the area.
Snap Steakhouse hosted a party ahead of opening to the public which saw friends and local business owners turn out to support the newest restaurant in Beverley.
Snap, which is a Yorkshire themed steakhouse will open its doors to the public on Friday 12 January and will offer a limited but high quality menu.
Photo from the event ‘Talk Of The Grape Vine’ that was held a The Grapes in Beverley on Sunday.
The event feature an afternoon and evening that was themed around Soul Music from years gone by while the DJ’s who ended the night by spinning classic music on vinyl.