Having been inspired by the efforts of the Beverley in Bloom Group who drew in all parts of the community, to make the town a better environment in which to live, and being a finalist in the Britain in Bloom campaign, it was felt that Beverley Town Council should try and carry on the momentum and revive the Brighter Beverley Group.
Beverley Town Council, Beverley in Bloom and town volunteers are busy planning for the summer planting and associated horticultural, environmental and community projects within the town which will contribute to the RHS Britain in Bloom campaign 2018.
This is the first time that our beautiful town of Beverley has been a finalist in the RHS Britain in Bloom campaign, which is managed by the Royal Horticultural Society and entry is by invitation only.
Sport, Play and Arts Service have set up a dual pilot scheme for ladies with children who are looking at getting into shape and feel great.
Children with mild to moderate additional needs can enjoy a range of fun and exciting sport and play opportunities this summer with East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
There are varying statistics about the usefulness of New Year’s resolutions. All of them point to an alarming failure rate. How are you going to avoid becoming a statistic?
Beverley Rugby Union Football Club are hosting a rugby tag festival at their ground on Norwood in Beverley. The festival is on Tuesday 9th October between 3.30pm and 5.15pm.
One of the main reasons people join a fitness club or facility is because they want to get results, fast. It might be weight loss, tone body shape, or to become fit and strong. Results can come from a range of fitness options
The Beverley Power Walking Group is meeting at Beverley Leisure Centre every Wednesday evening at 6pm for a brisk one hour route around the beautiful countryside.
Beverley Leisure Centre is to host an informal, mixed rounders session on Tuesday nights, from 6-7pm. Sessions are pay as you play and are open to men and women of all ages (16+), priced at £1 per person.
From Monday, 3 September, the council is changing the pool programme at the leisure centre and can now offer daily places from Monday to Saturday, mornings, afternoons and evenings.
From Monday, 3 September, school swimming lessons will take place on afternoons at Beverley Leisure Centre rather than in the morning. The change in arrangements comes after discussions with the local schools, the majority of which preferred the afternoon
The Beverley Maze this year has been cut out in the shape of a an Olympic runner, to celebrate the London 2012 Olympics being held.
Tenants and residents across the East Riding are invited to a family information and fun day at Beverley Leisure Complex on Tuesday, 14 August, from 10am-3pm.
Beverley –based Anglo-Indonesian Indigo Moon Theatre Company are set to lay down roots in the local region, having toured nationally in theatres, schools and Arts Centres for over ten years, part of their professional freelance experience of over twenty years.
Beverley Leisure Centre is running snorkelling sessions every Tuesday throughout the summer holidays. These are a great introduction to swimming with masks, snorkels and fins in a safe environment.
Royal Yorkshire Yacht Club, Blyth Park, Bridlington, are hosting a UK Dart 18 Class catamaran Natioals and with the support of Windsport International are encouraging more people to get out on the water in catamarans by holding ‘Have a Go’ sessions.
Beverley Leisure Complex is hosting a range of swim clinics throughout the summer holidays. These are unique and involve a carefully structured programme of drills and skill development work that makes the clinics
Families are invited to the Beverley Treasure House, in Beverley, this summer to discover some new, hands-on learning activities.