Saska Hunt from Beverley has been given the big thumbs up by judges at the Open Mic UK auditions. Along with other impressive acts, Saska has made it through to the Regional Finals and will now be performing at the live stages of Open Mic UK 2012.
Beverley RUFC’s second team remained unbeaten in the league with after 37-8 win against Scarborough at Beaver Park. The whole team played very well but the backs, in particular, gelled together this week to produce an outstanding performance
Smudge was last seen when she was fed early Saturday morning at her home on Dennett Road, Beverley. Can anyone please contact Darren or Deborah on 01482 865072, 07990505253 or 07791778835 if with any information of Smudge’s
Local success story Hugh Rice Jewellers has been helping people to find the perfect piece of jewellery for over forty years. Stocking the finest international brands, including Pandora, Thomas Sabo, Chopard, Omega, Swarovski
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, is encouraging people to turn out for the seventh annual Food Festival to be held on Sunday 7th October at Beverley’s Saturday Market Place from 9am until 4pm.
Police investigating a theft in Beverley are requesting the help of the public in tracing a person who may be able to assist them with their enquiries. The theft happened at approximately half past midnight on Sunday 16 September 2012 in the Kings Head Hotel in Beverley.
A soldier who took on the role of his absent officer to deliver vital supplies to one of the deadliest regions in southern Afghanistan has been awarded a Queen’s Commendation for Valuable Service (QCVS) in the latest Operational Honours and Awards.
Police are continuing to seek witnesses to a road traffic collision that happened at the traffic light junction of Morton Lane and Walkergate in Beverley, close to the Tesco supermarket.
As a town rich in heritage and history, Beverley has a wealth of stories from its past. One in particular is that of the Reverend James Graves and the legacy he left in his Will, which continues to have a positive impact on local children and young people.
The achievements of four groups of young people from Bridlington, Beverley, Haltemprice and Holderness who took part in the National Citizen Service this summer were celebrated at Willerby Manor Hotel.
East Riding College is celebrating its eighth consecutive increase in the number of 16 to 18-year-old students enrolled on full-time courses. With more than 1,150 now enrolled, the College is expecting to beat the growth targets set for this year, despite a significant reduction in the number of 16-year-olds
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
Literature lovers across Yorkshire have just two weeks to wait until the tenth Beverley Literature Festival gets under-way. Organised by the East Riding Library Service, this year’s programme is packed full of events to suit all tastes and ages, ranging from readings and performances to workshops and activities for children.
As part of his long- running campaign for better broadband in East Yorkshire, Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart has written to Parish Councils across the constituency urging them to engage with the roll-out of superfast broadband services across the county.
Chris Hutchinson, of Murray Hills solicitors, advises couples to check their rights. Many people believe that just because they have lived with their partner for some time they automatically acquire rights under the law, and indeed some believe that they have become ‘common law’ man and wife.
Humberside police are hosting a hard hitting young driver event at Bishop Burton College on Thursday 4 October 2012, educating students the dangers of dangerous driving.
Beverley Mum, Louise Barrett, is excited to bring James Bond to Hull in memory of her son, Ellis, who died almost 10 years ago. What a great way to celebrate his short life whilst raising vital funds for the Foundation for Study into Infant Death.
Thank you certificates are still being delivered to those that assisted to make sure this years event took place and was a success the Town can be proud of. If anyone has any other suggestions, acts, etc to improve and add to next years event please contact David Elvidge.