Liberal Democrats in East Yorkshire say residents are suffering while the tories focus on their leadership battle. As a result, they intend to take direct action and raise the concerns at the next possible opportunity.
Councillors will be seeking to put pressure on the Government at ERYC when the Full Council meets this week to tackle the cost of living emergency and to locally create a Cost of Living Summit.
Pub retailer and brewer Greene King have launched a new report Untapping Potential: the role of pubs in levelling up skills, jobs and communities, highlighting the crucial role that pubs play in providing fulfilling careers in local communities.
Greene King, who owns the Hayride Pub in Beverley also makes a number of new commitments around recruiting and training people from any background to be able to have a successful career in their local pub.
An exciting programme of events has been arranged to accompany the new exhibition, ‘Brick City’, opening at Beverley Art Gallery in the Treasure House. The events are being led by Brickbox, specialists in LEGO brick model making.
The ‘Brick City’ Exhibition, created by Warren Elsmore, will be on display until Saturday, 10 September, with free admission, and no need to book in advance.
Lib Dem deputy leader Cllr Denis Healy will put forward a Motion to East Riding Full Council calling for an explanation by the Leader of the Council about the “explosive” resignation letter from former East Riding Council Deputy Leader Cllr Mike Stathers.
Eleven boundaries from talented youngster Adam Pashby helped Beverley Town Cricket Club secure maximum points against South Holderness CC. Beverley won the toss and opted to bat posting a score of 232, while Holderness in reply, was bowled out for just a 146. When Pashby came to the crease his side was in real trouble at 50-4. His job on walking out there in the heat was to rebuild and…
Bishop Burton College student Kieran Woodall is celebrating after being awarded a Diana Award for his services as a Covid vaccination volunteer during the pandemic.
Kieran was nominated for the prestigious award after volunteering over 800 hours in support of the nationwide Covid vaccination programme. This is the most hours volunteered by an under-18 in the country.
Hundreds of people lined the streets this morning as the East Riding welcomed the Queen’s Baton Relay through Beverley and Market Weighton.
The Baton’s journey started at Beverley Minster with the Mayor of Beverley, Cllr Linda Johnson, chairman of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, John Whittle and portfolio holder for economic investment, growth and tourism at the council, Cllr Jane Evison, present to send the first Batonbearer on their way towards Highgate.
After the huge success of last summer’s ‘Brick Wonders’ exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery, LEGO® will return to the Treasure House this month with ‘Brick City’.
The ‘Brick City’ Exhibition, created once again by Warren Elsmore, will be on display in Beverley Art Gallery from Saturday, 16 July until Saturday, 10 September, with free admission, and no need to book in advance.
Beverley-based racers have enjoyed a successful time on the track following the return to the Isle of Man after a 2-year wait for the TT races.
Three Beverley-based sidecar racers would compete with Gary Gibson and Tom Christie riding the all-new Beverley-built CES F2 chassis and Daryl Gibson partnering 17 times TT winner Dave Molyneux onboard the DMR KTM.