Construction students have been given an insight into a live major project during a tour of East Riding College’s new £14m Beverley campus.
A total of 97 members played in the non-qualifying medal on Saturday, with the highlight being another great performance from Peter Robson.
As the sun begins to shine this spring, Dove House Hospice are encouraging local people to join us at our annual Spring Sponsored Walk on Sunday 19th April.
Humberside Police are appealing for the driver of a blue Nissan Micra that is alleged to have collided with another vehicle, a grey BMW X1 causing damage to the vehicle.
SHAFTED! A brand new play by BAFTA Award winning playwright, John Godber, is heading to Beverley later this month.
On Friday 27th March at the Defence School of Transport, Leconfield hosted a charity Boxing event in aid of two military charities, ‘Blesma, The Limbless Veterans’ charity and ‘Wounded Warrior Project’
After all it’s Mid-Summer, so not a time to be too serious and Beverley Folk Festival certainly knows how to enjoy itself.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has been forced to act after Labour activists followed up complaints from local residents about the condition of the road where they live.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council can confirm that 30 units at Lakeminster Park have either been removed from the site, have been permanently vacated or will be vacated imminently
Action photos featuring the game that saw Beverley Whitestar Panthers take on Bilton United in U8s Hull Boys Sunday Football League match.
Beverley Whitestar Wanderers have moved to within two point of league leaders Springhead after they beat their title rivals 2-1 in a top of table clash.
Terry Jackson the current holder of the N.U.R.S.E Charity Darts Knockout titles says he going to give it a go as he looks to defend his crown.
HU17.net Magazine Issue 240 is out and features a selection of contact from the HU17.net Web Site.
Councillor Pat O’Neil, chairman of East Riding of Yorkshire Council, will host a civic reception on Tuesday, 31 March from 7.30pm at The Treasure House in Beverley to honour North Ferriby United’s victory in the FA Trophy. The club, who play in the Conference North – just two divisions off the football league, won the biggest trophy in non-league football when they beat Wrexham, who play in the league above, on penalties at Wembley. The reception will be attended by the team’s players, management and sponsors. Councillor O’Neil said: “I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate everyone involved with North Ferriby United on winning the FA Trophy – it is truly an outstanding achievement. “The football club is an integral part of the North Ferriby community and their popularity is unquestionable given the number of fans who made the trip to Wembley to support them.” Tags: Beverley, councillor, east riding of yorkshire, east riding of yorkshire council, Football, honour, North Ferriby, treasure house, yorkshire
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