Flemingate Development is well underway, here are some photos and thoughts on one of the many major constructions projects happening in Beverley.
Three large street hoardings packed with local children’s aspirations now decorate the border of the Flemingate Regeneration Scheme in Beverley.
At a meeting of East Riding of Yorkshire Full Council on 19th November 2014 Cllr David Elvidge will be asking Cllr Parnaby the following question:
A Beverley primary school is celebrating after Ofsted inspectors ruled that it is a ‘good’ school, which is well placed to improve still further.
Children at a Beverley primary school are to have their artistic skills put on display as part of a forward thinking arts-in-business programme.
St Nicholas Primary school celebrated their annual Green day, a culmination of Eco- week in which the children learned about the environment and recycling .
Children from St Nichols Primary School took part in a Wear A Hat Day, a national campaign to help raise money and awareness about brain tumours.
HU17.net Magazine Issue 182 is available from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way. This week’s edition features a selection of content including Ramp Up The Red at St Nicholas Primary School
Pupils and staff at St Nicholas Primary School in Beverley swapped their uniforms for red clothing as they took part in ‘Ramp up the Red’. Ramp up the Red is a national campaign raising awareness of the dangers of heart disease which causes over 80,000 deaths a year in the UK.
Friends of St Nicholas Primary School, Holmechurch Lane, Beverley are working in partnership with the local hospice to raise much needed funds for their school through a Lottery partnership scheme.
Keiran Franciosys (St Nicholas School, Beverley) newly promoted to the Myton league, FC Sutton U11’s reached the final of the East Coast Beach tournament at Bridlington.
St Nicholas Primary School won the Joe Wheatley Memorial Trophy beating for the time in competition’s history.
Children from St Nicholas Primary School enjoyed a teddy bear’s picnic which was held to end their year.
This Sunday sees Beverley Armed Forces day takes place in the town centre, and it promises to be a real family affair.
On Saturday 8th December, the annual Celebration of Christmas Concert in support of SSAFA Forces Help East Yorkshire took place in Beverley’s historic St Mary’s Church, blessed by Revd Becky Lumley’s most welcome support.
On Friday 9th November, Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart visited St Nicholas Primary School in Beverley to observe the recent improvements to the standard of education at the school.
Tesco for Schools & Clubs is our long-running and very successful scheme that last year gave over 440,000 pieces of useful equipment worth £9.3m to schools and clubs around the country. This year we celebrated its 21st anniversary.