East Yorkshire, with its picturesque landscapes and charming towns, is a hidden gem worth exploring. While there are various modes of transportation available, buses offer a unique and convenient way to immerse yourself in the beauty of this region. In this blog post, we will delve into the benefits of using buses to travel around East Yorkshire, uncovering the treasures that await you at every stop.
Travelling by bus in East Yorkshire ensures convenience like no other. With well-connected routes and frequent schedules, you can effortlessly navigate the region’s popular tourist locations. Whether you’re planning to visit the historic city of Beverley, the stunning beaches of Bridlington, or the serene countryside of the Yorkshire Wolds, buses provide a hassle-free and cost-effective means of transportation.
Beverley Minster, a true gem nestled in the heart of Beverley, East Yorkshire, is a captivating masterpiece that leaves visitors spellbound.
This awe-inspiring Gothic cathedral, with its rich history and stunning architecture, is a must-see for tourists seeking both tranquillity and architectural marvels. Join us on a virtual tour as we unravel the secrets and beauty of Beverley Minster.
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.
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.
Action men, dead bodies, potato crisps and what it’s like to be a man in the modern world when you don’t fit a macho stereotype, Big Boys Don’t Cry, from Opposable Thumb Theatre takes the stage at East Riding Theatre (ERT) on Saturday, July 16th.
For adults and teens, Big Boys Don’t Cry, is a bold, brilliant and hysterical production which pulls no punches,’ it premiered earlier this year at the London International Mime Festival.
Short-term road closures in Beverley and Market Weighton will be in place on Wednesday, 13 July 2022 as the East Riding welcomes the Queen’s Baton Relay to the area.
The Relay is due to begin at Beverley Minster at 10:17 and end near Longcroft School at 10:50. The Baton will then travel to Market Weighton where the Relay will begin at Beverley Road roundabout at 11:16 and finish just before the A1079 roundabout at 11:30.
With one month to go until the Queen’s Baton Relay reaches the East Riding, find out more about one of the East Riding’s Batonbearers prior to the Baton’s visit to Beverley and Market Weighton in July.
There will be a chance to join Treasure House Curator, Sally Hayes, to hear about the paintings of Fred and Mary Elwell which are on display in Beverley Art Gallery, on Wednesday, 8 June, from 1pm – 1.30pm.
This short informal lunchtime tour will provide an enjoyable introduction to the renowned artistic Beverlonian couple and will be the perfect companion event to the performances of Gordon Meredith’s new play, ‘Paint the Town Fred’, at East Riding Theatre in Beverley on 9, 10, and 11 June.
Organisers of a spectacular Platinum Jubilee flotilla and flypast have revealed plans to apply the finishing touch to the celebrations by flying the Union Flag from two of the highest points in the region.
Hessle Town Council has secured an agreement with the Humber Bridge Board to raise the flags on each of the two towers of the Bridge on the evening of Wednesday 1 June, the eve of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
It is being planned for the council’s local growth team to do two days of activities in the centre of Beverley towards the end of the month.
There will be no pre-registration required for the events, and there will be no charge to attend. Over the course of two days, a variety of family entertainment will be provided by outside vendors as well as council-sponsored teams and community organisations.