Graham Stuart, Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness, brought together cross-party councillors from across Beverley and Molescroft to express their concerns to Connexin, the Hull-based fibre broadband provider, about its planned delivery of broadband by telegraph poles to the town.
After seeing other neighbourhoods have telegraph poles imposed on them without sufficient consultation, Graham convened the councillors around the table with Connexin to ensure the people of Beverley and Molescroft have their voices heard.
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.
Beverley Town Council is strongly opposed to the development of the former Minster Towers care home site on Lord Roberts Road.
According to the Town Council, while it appreciates the strategic importance of this site as the last major development site within the town centre, it is concerned about several elements of the proposal.
At 9.45pm last Thursday evening, the Mayor of Beverley lit Beverley’s platinum jubilee beacon of fire before 200 people in Coronation Gardens and connected Beverley to the national and worldwide beacon celebrations that were happening to honour the Queen at that precise moment.
On Friday 3 June 2022, the Town Council is preparing for a once in a lifetime event taking place across the Town Centre.
The 70th anniversary of the accession of HM Queen Elizabeth II to the throne will be celebrated this year across the country, with Beverley setting the stage for a wide range of events and entertainment.
Beverley Puppet Festival will be back bigger and better than ever this summer, Friday 15th July to Sunday 17th July, as a giant, fantastical creatures roam Beverley’s historic streets, and tiny, magical worlds are revealed to unsuspecting audiences.
ERT is delighted to announce the launch of the ‘Time Travellers’ Theatre Trail’ app.
Users can enjoy a FREE outdoor walking theatre trail travelling back into Beverley’s past, where they meet local characters and discover what the town’s theatrical life really looked like in times gone by.
As winter has finally reached us, we have something to cheer us up and to look forward to in those long, cold and dark winter nights.
Beverley’s Winter music festival, Stage4Beverley, is back again next February ( 13th – 20th ) after a year’s break due to COVID. Chris Wade, the programmer for the festival said “ the festival has felt so long in coming that we all now feel the need to get out and hear live music and entertainment. S4B is the perfect answer.”
The Beverley Christmas Lights Appeal Group is holding its last-ever fundraising event in Saturday Market on Saturday, 11 December – a tombola on their charity stall.
The tombola will be the final event after more than 15 years as a collective of fund-raising including retailers and citizens. The group has organised a variety of events which have raised over £50,000 to light up Beverley at Christmas.