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.
The High Sheriff in Nomination for the East Riding of Yorkshire and WISHH Trustee, Jacky Bowes, is organising a Midsummer Spectacular Charity Concert to be held at Driffield Showground on June 25th to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee.
In the centre of Hull, proudly overlooking Ferens Art Gallery, stands Queen Victoria’s statue. Now, in Ferens’ latest exhibition, the monarch’s own Jewel-Cabinet will visit the city, as part of an ongoing partnership with Royal Collection Trust.
This collaboration brings the artistic masterpiece, designed by Ludwig Grüner, to Hull for the first time, generously lent by Her Majesty The Queen from the Royal Collection.
The Ferens Art Gallery has announced its exhibition programme for the next eight months. Highlights include a stunning masterpiece from the Royal Collection – Hans Holbein the Younger’s sixteenth-century portrait of Sir Thomas More- and a science fiction-themed contemporary art exhibition Is This Planet Earth?
As it’s 150th Anniversary year draws to a close, Beverley Building Society invited members and guests to a garden party and celebrated the burial of a time capsule.
The winner of the Society’s Red Box Challenge, Natasha Sharpe from Year 4 at Molescroft Primary School buried the time capsule with the help of Graham Carter, Head of Lending. Natasha included a letter to her future self, as well as items from the Society, members of the public and a letter from Her Majesty The Queen.
An established partnership between Ferens Art Gallery and the Royal Collection Trust will bring a total of five exceptional loans from Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace to Hull between 2017 and 2021 as part of Masterpieces in Focus.
Rembrandt van Rijn’s The Shipbuilder and his Wife (1633) complements Hull’s maritime heritage, the gallery’s strength in Dutch 17th century art and the latest exhibition of contemporary art on display:
Clarence House has confirmed today that The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will visit Hull on the 8 February as Hull celebrates its year as the UK City of Culture.
The tour will take in visits to the Ferens Art Gallery, Holy Trinity Church, the literacy charity First Story at The Deep and The Royal Shakespeare Company outreach programme at the Goodwin Development Trust.
The Lord-Lieutenant of the East Riding of Yorkshire, the Hon. Mrs. Susan Cunliffe-Lister, is encouraging residents of Beverley and the surrounding area to join her in attending a service to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Coronation of Her Majesty The Queen this Sunday