On a hot summers night in July the OSC Beverley branch welcomed Tigers legend Dean Windass to the Hodgsons Pub in Beverley.
The Hull City Official Supporters Club Beverley Branch are delighted to announce that Dean Windass will be a guest of the branch on Monday 23rd July.
Preparations for this year’s Beverley Blues Festival are well underway. The festival takes place from Friday 26th until Sunday 28th October.
What feels like a life time ago now but was, in fact, on only few days ago I took a trip to the Beverley Leisure Centre where the Beverley Folks Festival was being held.
Beverley ARLC will hold their Annual General Meeting Monday evening on the 18th June at the Hodgsons Pub commencing 7.30pm.
It promises to be a busy meeting with a new head coach in the shape of Guy Adams place and new
Beverley Rugby League club held their annual presentation evening last Saturday at the Hodgsons Pub. The guest of honour for the evening was former Hull KR, Hull FC.
Beverley have appointed a new head coach at an extraordinary meeting at the Hodgsons last Monday evening. After a diligent application process they have appointed Guy Adams. He brings a wealth of playing and coaching experience to the table at the age of only 33.
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Megan Wanless celebrated her 18th birthday with a party at Hodgsons Pub. There was an extra surprise for Megan as one of her lifelong her friends Lauren Bradley jetted in from France to be there for her party.
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Declan Stevens celebrated his 21st with surprise party at Hodgsons Pub, Beverley. Declan who is a chef at local Lucia Wine Bar & Grill enjoyed a lively party which was organised by his girlfriend Lindsey Pietras and his family.
Lucy Flanagan and Kirsty O’Conner held a joint birthday at The Sloop Inn in the Beverley, the pair were joined by family and friends for drinks and a disco. Mean while down the road at Hodgsons Pub Dave Marrett was also celebrating his birthday as he turned makred his 50th with a party.
Our Sunday played in an Orange strip, we thought we were Holland though played more like New Holland!
Members of the Beverley Branch of the Hull City Supporters Club will be hosting a question and answer session at Hodgsons Pub on Monday 9th January. Special guest on the night will be Italian goalkeeper Vito Mannone who has rejoined the Tigers from Arsenal on loan till the end of the season. Mannone had a good spell with Hull previously as he kept 4 clean sheets in 7 games and…
Buzz Comedy returns to Hodgsons Pub, Flemmingate tonight for their January show. The stand up event features four comedians, Greg Cook, Peter Antoniou, Silky and James Crook. This will be the second time that Greg Cook and Silky have performed in Beverley at Comedy Buzz. Tickets are priced just £10 and availible on the door, payment in cash only, from 7.15pm on the night of the show. Further shows are…
The landlord of Hodgsons Pub Keith Jenkins and his wife Carol Jenkins held a joint 60th birthday at their Beverley boozer. Friends and family joined the couple as they celebrated their birthday in their pub on Flemingate. Craig Darley who was at the party said; “They are a smashing couple it is a real privilege to be here with them tonight.”
The Beverley Beaver Pigeon Club held their annual awards at Hodgsons Pub. Members were presented with trophies and cash prizes for their efforts across a season of Pigeon Racing. Top prize winner was Phil Whitehead, Brian Levitt and Steve Waslin finished second and third respectively. Others on the night who received awards were, Brian Lawson, Dave Galvin, Dave Suggitt, Tracy Malton, Kevin Cooper and Tim Ratcliffe.
Retired players from local football clubs came together for a reunion at Hodgsons Pub where they spent the evening catching up and reminiscing about the days they blessed the playing fields around Beverley with their silky skills. Landlord of Hodgsons Pub Keith Jenkins was thrilled with how the evening went and hoped it could be repeated in the future.