On 28 August, all of the entries were evaluated anonymously by the judging panel, which included Councillor Chad Chadwick, chairman of the council; Sally Hayes, Beverley Art Gallery curator; and Ian Rayner, tourism service manager.
Residents at Keldgate Bar were joined by friends from around Beverley as they held a street party to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Around thirty, people got together with plenty of red, white and blue on display.
People pictures taken at Saturday Market during the Beverley Jubilee event. The pictures show a giant cake by Crofts Cakes, some of the civic guests and local people who were all out to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
Beverley signed off the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with a spectacular show in Saturday Market. Thousands of people gathered in Saturday Market were treated to a good old fashioned knees up and a fire work display
Thousands of people have taken to the streets of Beverley as the town celebrates the Queen’s Jubilee. So far the people have been entertained with live music, puppet shows and fashion shows as the event builds up to what promises