The long-awaited Beverley Real Ale Festival at St Mary’s Church proved to be a massive hit as hundreds attended the first event of its type in one of Beverley’s most historic land marks.
Humberside Fire & Rescue Service held their annual family day at Beverley Fire Station. A very good turnout was helped by sunshine stayed out long enough to make for a top day.
An open day held at Beverley’s Queensgate Allotments has not only raised awareness of the benefits of ‘growing your own’ fruit and vegetables, it has also raised over £450 for charity.
A very good crowd gathered in Wednesday Market to take part in an event to welcome in the Olympic Games as people from the East Riding of Yorkshire gathered to ring bells for three full minutes.
Judges from Yorkshire in Bloom were this week given a tour of Beverley that saw then visit schools and town centre locations. Roger Burnett, Joy Smith were taken around Beverley by Mayor of Beverley
NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Chairman Karen Knapton welcomed members of East Riding Community Hospital’s Local Community Liaison Group and other local guests, including local MP Graham Stuart
Issue 100 of Hu17.net Magazine is available from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way and features a selection of pictures from the following features that have appeared on the HU17.net web site.
St Mary’s Primary School in Beverley held a giant Walking Bus this morning. The entire school’s population was joined by guests who include the Mayor of Beverley Cllr Margaret Pinder
School children and teaching staff from St Mary’s Primary School in Beverley, will be joined on Wednesday 20th June , by members of the local school community in a circular walk to highlight road safety near their school. Schools from all over the country
Following final completion of works ahead of last weekend’s Diamond Jubilee, the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Gardens have today been officially opened by Councillor Chad Chadwick
The Beverley pensioners rights group chaired by Don Steele, held a special Queen’s Diamond Jubilee party at the Cherry Tree Centre on Sunday 3rd June 2012.
Beverley Town Council is proud to launch its new website, propelling the town’s grassroots tier of local government into the 21st Century. The site will offer new ways of interacting with town council service
HU17.net Magazine Issue 95 is available from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way and features the following articles and pictures that have appeared on the HU17.net web site.
Mary Creagh MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs was the guest speaker of Beverley and Holderness Labour Party’s Burns Night Supper at Hodgsons in Beverley.
For many, the Local Government Elections may seem sometime ago now, a lot has happened since. For me however (Stuart Pearce), the time has flown by. Since I heard the results on May 6th I’ve been on a steep learning curve. I am very thankful to HU17.net for always offering the chance for myself and other councillors to reach out to the Beverley community. The Town Council meets on the…
Election Day is upon us and all the parties and candidates are out pushing hard for votes in this final run up to polls. Local elections tend to be the less glamorous relations of national elections, but in the current climate where national government is making major spending decisions that have such serious local implications and which are being enforced on local councils to implement at a local level, these…
MP For Beverley & Holderness – Graham Stuart Graham is dedicated to helping all those constituents who come to him for assistance. Write to Graham at: Graham Stuart MP House of Commons London SW1A 0AA 0207 219 4340 firstname.lastname@example.org Constituency Office: 9 Cross Street Beverley HU17 9AX 01482 679 687 01482 861667 East Riding of Yorkshire Councillor’s For Beverley, East Yorkshire Beverley Rural Ward Bradley Birmingham – The Conservative Party…
On 5 May 2011 people in every village, town and city in the UK will have the chance to vote in the Local Government Elections. This is your chance to have your say about what you want from East Riding Council. Labour candidates are standing for election because we want to give people the choice to vote for a pro-public services, pro-education, pro-NHS, positive alternative to Coalition cuts. Labour agrees…