The Beverley Building Society team have been a little busier than usual during the last two weeks of May, raising much-needed funds for its Charity of the Year for 2022, the Beverley Cherry Tree Community Centre.
From Monday 16 May to Friday 20 May, the Society’s team bravely took on a 211-mile ‘Beverley to Buckingham Palace’ Exercise Bike Challenge (the equivalent distance of the actual route), in advance of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
MP, Graham Stuart, nominated the Beverley Cherry Tree Youth Club for the Kids Count Inspiration Awards in October and the judging panel has awarded them Highly Commended for the Community Group Award category.
The Cherry Tree Youth Club have been invited to attend the Award Ceremony later this month.
Beverley and Holderness MP, Graham Stuart, nominated the Beverley Cherry Tree Community Association for the Kids Count Inspiration Awards in October and it has just been announced that they have reached the shortlisted stage for the Community Group Award category.
The aim of the Kids Count Inspiration Awards is to recognise those individuals and organisations that have inspired young people in their communities.
Business leaders and regional investors alongside an excited audience of friends and supporters of regional grant-maker Two Ridings Community Foundation, came together at Birdsall House, Malton to hear six small grassroots charities pitch at a Yorkshire version of Dragons’ Den.