Sunday, 26 June, 2022, will see a major community event at East Riding Leisure Beverley, when many local organisations, sports clubs and local residents will come together for the Beverley What’s On Community Event in memory of Ivan Usher, from 10am to 3pm.
Those attending will have the chance to try out a wide range of activities and sports, support local clubs taking part in football and rugby matches, and find out more about what’s going on in Beverley.
A developer is poised to press on with plans for a new filling station and shop in East Yorkshire after winning an appeal against refusal by the local planning authority.
Lovel Capital Projects, part of Lovel Property Holdings Ltd, was also awarded costs against East Riding of Yorkshire Council after a planning Inspector found the Council behaved unreasonably in dealing with the application.
An East Yorkshire-based firm of Chartered Building Surveyors is helping to preserve village halls, for communities across the East Riding, to ensure these vital community hubs remain standing.
The team at Delaney Marling Partnership Limited (DMP) is working with members of the HWRA, formally known as Humber & Wolds Rural Community Council, which is an independent charity working to improve sustainability and vibrancy of rural communities in the Humber region.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, is due to visit Cherry Burton Primary School on Friday 25 June to celebrate ‘the Great British Spring Clean’, started by the environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy.
Members of all the sports clubs using the sportsfield in Cherry Burton are set to benefit from the existing changing rooms being refurbished along with a new female changing room, thanks to a £33720 grant from FCC Communities Foundation.
The money will be used to provide new showers, toilets and easy clean walls and flooring.
Current champions are going head to head with first-time finalists in the battle to be crowned the “best of the best” at this year’s Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards.
The much-anticipated shortlist of finalists, revealed today by Visit Hull and East Yorkshire (VHEY), is being described as “the most exciting ever”. Tourism bosses say it’s testament to the popularity of the region as a visitor destination and the range of what’s on offer.
In February this year, Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, wrote to all schools in his constituency encouraging teachers to attend the UK Parliament Teacher Ambassador Programme.
Natalie Redpath, a teacher from Cherry Burton C o E Primary School, was successful in her application and she returns to the constituency with advanced knowledge of our political institutions following this unique course which ran from 1 to 3 July.
If you liked Beryl, you’ll love Delicate Flowers, the fast-moving Hull boxing play that punches above its weight and is now heading to Withernsea.
Written by Hull-based playwright Mark Rees and produced by his Single Story Theatre Company, Delicate Flowers tells the story of Barbara Buttrick, the young boxer and wrestler from Hessle, East Yorkshire, who fought adversity in her personal life in the 1940s and ‘50s to fight opponents in the ring.
A plucky tennis coach from Hull has completed what is thought to be the world’s longest match after completing a gruelling 24-hour tennis marathon.
Pete Bridgewater (30) of Summergangs Road undertook the challenge at Cherry Burton Tennis Club in order to raise funds for Sport Relief along with 12 of his friends, who each agreed to play a two-hour slot.