Hull’s popular Streetlife Museum is redisplaying over 175 years of local cycling history in time for the school summer holidays. The cycling gallery at the Museum contains rare early examples of cycles including a Hobby Horse reputedly used by the Reverend Joseph Coltman, of Beverley Minster in 1837. Bone Shakers and weird and wonderful experimental machines sit alongside iconic Victorian Penny Farthings. There are many bikes from the mid twentieth…
People looking to get to the races in style this summer are being urged to make sure the vehicle they hire is licensed correctly.
Finding something for families and children to do during the long summer holidays is a perennial problem.
Beverley Town Football Club needed to dig deep as they had to come from behind twice to earn a draw away to local rivals Walkington.
Big crowds were at Beverley Racecourse for their Family Fun Day. With plenty to do for all the family there was lots of happy faces around the Westwood Course.
Photos from the Norwood Recreation Ground featuring the game between Beverley Town Cricket Club and current league leaders Easingwold.
Spectacular flying displays are set to fill the skies this weekend over Beverley Racecourse as the two day Kite Festival comes to town.
To commemorate the centenary of the Battle of the Somme during the First World War, the Treasure House in Beverley is hosting a day of activities for families this Saturday (30 July).
An East Riding care home specialising in caring for people with advanced dementia is inviting the loved ones of former residents to help them create a memorial wall.
Beverley Town Football Club return to action this evening with a tricky encounter against local rivals Walkington.
Acclaimed Beverley author, Val Wood has teamed up again with Hull Central Library to launch a new creative writing competition for 2016 called “Hull in 500” and entries are now being accepted.
Premium burger venue, Gourmet Burger Kitchen (GBK), has hailed the launch of its latest restaurant at Flemingate in Beverley as a resounding success after welcoming more than 1,300
Williamsons Solicitors has gained further recognition for clinical negligence expertise, achieving a status unmatched by any other law firm in the East Yorkshire, North Yorkshire and Lincolnshire regions.
This summer will see lots to do for young children – and their families – at Sewerby Hall and Gardens, and at the Treasure House in Beverley, as they both take part in ‘Five Things to Discover’