Lord Nelson gaffer Terry Jackson said his side dug in well showing great character as his side beat Park Athletic 2 -1 at Longcroft School.
Hull band Young Jack say they had a great night and enjoyed performing at Hodgsons Pub, Beverley.
Beverley Rotary club will be hosting their annual charity music evening on Saturday 28th February at St Mary’s Church.
A local charity is looking for daring people to take to the skies and dive from 10,000 feet to help raise vital funds.
Linda Dale wasn’t going to allow the small matter of snow and fog put a damper on her first official engagement as lady captain of Beverley Golf Club.
Timmy Davis continued his fine form for Beverley AC in the City of Hull AC hosted event, The Ferriby 10. He finished 5th in an impressive 56 mins 8 secs , only 31 seconds from a second place berth
A Beverley election steeped in ancient tradition will soon take place at the town’s Guildhall, when 12 new Pasture Masters and two auditors will be chosen by the Pasture Freemen.
Graham Stuart, campaigning Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness, is supporting the campaign for Flood Free Homes, launched this week by the Association of British Insurers, supported by Friends of the Earth, Know Your Flood Risk, National Flood Forum, and the Property Care Association’s Flood Protection Group. The aim of the campaign is to raise the issue of long term flood defence investment and land and water management. Flood Free Homes is campaigning for: · INVEST. By 2025 £1 billion per year to be spent managing flood risk in order to keep pace with climate change. · ADAPT. A zero tolerance of inappropriate new developments in areas at risk of flooding. · PLAN. Cross party consensus on ambitious long term solutions that manage all types of flood risk. Flooding has long been recognised as the greatest natural threat the UK faces. With Environment Agency data showing around 2 million homes in England and Wales at flood risk now from the rivers and sea, with over 500,000 of these at ‘moderate’ risk or greater, and around 2.4 million additional homes at risk of surface water flooding, we know this is a serious problem facing the country today. Graham, who is […]
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As part of ambitious expansion plans developed since the company was acquired by its owners Chinese conglomerate HNA Group, leading trailer company TIP Trailer Services UK
Following two sell-out Edinburgh runs, two West End seasons and UK tours, impressionist Luke Kempner – star of YouTube hit Downstairs At Downton and the musicals Les Mis and Avenue Q
Kilts, haggis and bagpipes were the order of the evening when Beverley Golf Club hosted a special Burns Night to raise money for the Overseas Plastic Surgery Appeal (OPSA).
East Riding of Yorkshire Council can today reveal that the overall cost of its enforcement operation at a protest camp near Crawberry Hill, last week, could be in the order of £75,000, pending receipt of final details and excluding police costs.
Health and social care workers, as well as members of the public, are being encouraged to show their support for Dignity Action Day by promoting dignity in care in their places of work and communities. Dignity Action Day, which takes place on Sunday 1 February, gives everyone the chance to play their part in upholding people’s rights to dignity and respect whether they are receiving care in day centres, care homes, their own homes, or in hospital. This could include taking time to listen to someone who rarely gets the chance to express how they really feel, organising an activity that a vulnerable person can share and enjoy, or offering to do an older neighbour’s shopping if they struggle to get out. Over the course of next week day centres across the East Riding will be hosting a variety of events to promote dignity in care. On Tuesday 3 February Waterview Lodge, in Driffield will host a ‘coffee morning’ plus stalls between 1pm and 3pm; while Millers Day Centre, in Beverley will hold a coffee morning from 10am, both of which are open to the public. That same day service users at The Pastures Day centre, in Goole will be […]
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Lifeline scheme is helping a local hospital meet the surge in demand for care.