A brand new exhibition called Capturing life in the East Riding @ Work, Rest and Play will be on view at Beverley Art Gallery from Saturday 23 May until Saturday 18 July, 2015.
A host of fun activities will be held at East Riding leisure centres during next week’s half term holiday.
TSB in Beverley has selected the Cherry Tree Centre as the banks local charity partner for 2015.
Simon Crisford takes aim at the biggest prize of his short training career when First Selection runs in the Brian Yeardley Continental Two-Year-Old Trophy at Beverley on Saturday.
Children Beverley Minster Primary School are set to get smart new sports kit thanks to the efforts of 12 cyclists which included their head teacher completed a 60-mile bike ride.
Cherry Burton skipper Stew Scott says he is looking to Tom Davies to maintain his form going into their game this weekend against Hessle.
County Durham trainer Michael Dods believes Easton Angel can cope with a rise in grade when she runs in the Hilary Needler Trophy at Beverley on Saturday.
Beverley Town Cricket Club third team look to continue this season’s campaign with the first home game of the season against the newly promoted Hull Ionians Coal Exporters.
Mill Lane Wizards u13’s won their 2nd tournament in a week following up on their York RI success by adding the Poppleton Juniors tournament.
Tesco were pleased to welcome Mill Lane Eagles U14s to bag pack in our Beverley store.
Nigel Tinkler will dare to dream at Royal Ascot next month if Arranmore Girl fulfils her potential at Beverley Races on Saturday.
An East Riding based branch of the Trefoil Guild have generously donated several innovative knitted creations to a council run care home for people living with dementia.
Lesley Wegg, the Beverley Building Society’s new Head of Operations was pleased to present this month’s donation of £250 to another deserving charity.
Beverley Town Cricket Club claimed 12 vital league points as they drew with Fenner at the Norwood Recreation Ground.