Fenners Sneak Past Beverley In The Cup

November 1, 2011

The blue and golds bowed out of the Tom Beautiman Cup at the first round stage. They will rue many a missed chance as they squandered quality possession and field position. They threw almost everything at their opponents in the first 20 minutes but the final decisive pass too often went to ground. It was against the run of play that the visitors took the lead as a result of…


From Beverly, New Jersey To Beverley East Yorkshire

October 12, 2011

Meet Stephen Ferri, Stephen is 99 years old and from a place called Beverly, New Jersey, USA. On a recent trip here to Beverley in East Yorkshire Stephen was introduced to our current Mayor of Beverley Peter Astelle. To mark his visit to the town he was presented with the Beverley Coat of Arms to take back to his home town Beverly in the United States. Last year four Australian…


Beverley’s Most Successful Author to Attend Lit Fest

October 5, 2011

It’s been at least 10 years since celebrated Beverley Author Val Wood appeared at the Beverley Literature Festival. This year Val is back to celebrate the release of her 17   th   novel The Harbour Girl. Val says: “I’m so looking forward to meeting readers old and new and will be reading from my new novel, The Harbour Girl, which is set for release in November so all attendees will be…


Amanda Price Celebrates Her 43rd @ Beverley Racecourse Family Day

July 27, 2011

Beverley Racecourse hosted their family race day yesterday. Amanda Price a Nurse at Hull Royal Infirmary spent the day at the Westwood course with family friends as she celebrated her 43rd birthday. Dave Price and Dave Bignell both managed to scoop place pot, the pair were delighted at picking the right results in each of the races and scooped £4.50 each for their efforts. Rachel Falkingham of North Bar Without…


An Afternoon With Paddy Sweeney

July 20, 2011

I have just spent an afternoon with Paddy Sweeney and his dog Charlie. Anyone who lives in Beverley will know who Paddy is and without question he is one of Beverley’s characters. This morning I received a phone call from Jerry O’Connell who had been called by his wife, Christine, relating to Paddy who along with Charlie was holding a protest outside the Tesco store on Morton Lane, Beverley. Paddy…


Tribfest is Having a Laugh

June 3, 2011

Tribfest, the country’s leading Tribute music festival is branching out further in 2011 with the addition of the Laughing Cow Comedy Marquee. Not only does the festival have over 80 musical acts but also twenty two comedians as well to bring further fun to the festival weekend of August 19th-21st at Beverley Polo Club The Laughing Cow Comedy Marquee will be running through the weekend and includes dozens of comedians…


Mohicans Scalp Springhead In Plate Cup Final

May 22, 2011

Beverley Town Mohicans under-13s were on top of their game to win the Plate Cup at Hall Road Rangers’ Dene Park ground today (Sunday). They coped with windy conditions far better than opponents Springhead FC on a bobbly pitch to claim a fully-deserved 4-2 victory. Man of the Match Danny Naldrett and Will Collingwood led the way for Beverley with a double apiece, and an all-round display of bravery and…


Beavers Hope Forecasters Get it Wrong

December 16, 2010

Beverley RUFC will be keeping an anxious eye on the weather over the next few days in the hope that the forecasters are wrong and the prediction of more heavy snow and ice for Friday and the weekend will not materialise. They are due to visit table topping Stockport for the National 3 (North) fixture on Saturday, for their first action since mid November. They will be without first choice…