To complete some internal work, East Riding of Yorkshire Council is moving its Beverley Customer Service Centre to the Treasure House Library in Champney Road beginning Monday, 10 July.
During the temporary relocation, the usual appointment-only service will continue. While there will be no payment facilities available, customers can pay by phone, online, and at All Pay and Paypoint outlets.
Beverley’s Treasure House is hosting a free exhibition on the 1970s called ‘Glam and Gloom – 1970s Britain’ for visitors who want to escape the 21st century. The exhibit will be on display until Saturday, 26 August.
This exhibition’s title refers to glam rock bands, sunshine holidays, and great British TV shows of the decade.
Work on the exciting transformation of the Treasure House in Champney Road in Beverley is expected to begin in September.
A new customer service centre and the enhanced library will be built as part of the £3.3 million project, and the council’s registration services will be relocated to the building from Walkergate House.
Beverley Town Council is strongly opposed to the development of the former Minster Towers care home site on Lord Roberts Road.
According to the Town Council, while it appreciates the strategic importance of this site as the last major development site within the town centre, it is concerned about several elements of the proposal.
Beverley Art Gallery’s popular Open Art exhibition is closing on Saturday, 7 January 2023, so don’t miss it.
This year’s selectors, Neil Helyard and Mimi Claughton, well-known Beverley artists and tutors, selected over 100 entries from local artists, reflecting many different styles. The entries to be displayed were selected over the course of two days.
The popular ‘Brick City’ Exhibition created by Warren Elsmore will be on display at Beverley Art Gallery for one more week. Saturday, 10 September, will be the last day of the exhibition. It will close at 3.45PM.
It has been a hot spot for visitors to the Treasure House on Champney Road where iconic buildings from around the world have been meticulously recreated in LEGO® bricks.