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Beverley Town Council is pleased to support organisations and events within Beverley.

If you would like us to support or advertise your event, please contact the Town Council office or send the details to us via email to clerk@beverley.gov.uk.

Fair Trade

Beverley and Fairtrade

Beverley first became a Fairtrade town in 2007. In 2015 there are 500 registered Fairtrade Towns in the UK and 2000 across the world including some in Europe, America, Japan and Ghana ‘ The UK is the leading supporter of Fairtrade and in 2013 sales of Fairtrade products reached £1.5 bn

We have an active group in Beverley who promote Fairtrade , sell products and campaign for more products to be sold under the Fairtrade banner  We have to renew our Fairtrade status every two years and produce evidence that we are active and developing  support.  We are active in local churches and schools supplying goods to sell and doing school assemblies.

In 2014 we were supporting the national Fairtrade campaign to increase the amount of Fairtrade bananas sold in supermarkets.  We have been using on line petitions as well as hard copies to sign and campaigning directly with the supermarkets. We even purchased a banana costume to help promote the campaign. We were fortunate to have a banana farmer from Colombia visit Yorkshire in 2014 and she gave a presentation in Hull University and Cherry Burton.

 Fairtrade Fortnight in 2015 took place from February 23rd to March 8th.  This is an annual national focus when a whole range of events take place. We rely on the Fairtrade Foundation for ideas and resources. They are celebrating 20 years since they began their work. Some of our members have visited Fairtrade producers in South Africa, Chile and Ghana and seen first hand the benefits of working with Fairtrade

If you would like to support Fairtrade in an active way they would welcome additional members to join our group. You can contact John Turner on Tel 01482 867573 or e mail jeturnerbev@hotmail.com

Detached Youth Work

Beverley Town Council supports the Detached Youth Work with the provision of two workers for one evening per week.

Cherry Tree Centre

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Beverley Town Council supports the Cherry Tree Centre in 2015/16 with a service level agreement. 

Please see the news page for events at the Cherry Tree Centre.

 

To contact the Cherry Tree Centre please telephone: 01482 871993 or call in at 117 Cherry Tree Lane Beverley.

Email: ctca@ctca.karoo.co.uk  or website: www.cherrytreecentre.com

Beverley Community Lift

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Beverley Community Lift offer a caring and supportive voluntary service for people who cannot easily use other forms of transport, eg. elderly, disabled or those who are rurally isolated.  Beverley Community Lift provide Car Service to medical appointments, Minibus Service for local organizations - with volunteer driver or own qualified driver, Door-to-door shopper to a local supermarket and Day trips.  Beverley Community Lift wheelchair accessible vehicle.

Local Stroke Victim Support

Monthly meetings held at Cherry Tree Centre.

Please see the news page for events at the Cherry Tree Centre.

To contact the Cherry Tree Centre please telephone: 01482 871993 or call in at 117 Cherry Tree Lane Beverley.

Email: ctca@ctca.karoo.co.uk  or website: www.cherrytreecentre.com

Beverley Lions Bonfire Night Fireworks

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Each year the Beverley Lions Club organises its annual Fireworks Display on Guy Fawkes Night, 5 November, on the Beverley Westwood adjacent to Westwood Road.

Beverley Lions Club would like to thank people in Beverley and surrounding areas for their generosity at the recent Bonfire and Fireworks event on the Westwood.

The Bonfire will be lit at at 7.15pm, and the fireworks began at 7.45pm. Thanks go to Beverley Town Council who fund the building and dismantling of the bonfire.

Beverley Folk Festival

The festival was established in 1983 and was organised by the White Horse Folk Club, based in Beverley. It has developed over the years into one of this country’s most popular festivals of its kind.

Whilst remaining relatively small and intimate, if offers a programme of artists that some of the larger festivals find hard to beat. It aims to provide an eclectic programme to interest all age groups and interests.

Musical genres cover Folk, Acoustic, World Music, Americana, Contemporary and some Classic Rock. Whilst it retains its roots in the traditional music of the British Isles, the music is a terrific mix of new and old, big stage set piece performances along with intimate break out sessions.

But the Beverley experience doesn’t just include music. Over the past few years, it has added to its events, focusing on the Written and Spoken Word, Poetry; Comedy and an increasingly popular ‘Festival Film Club.

Beverley Festival of Christmas

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Beverley Festival of Christmas takes place in December and is a fun-packed day for all the family to get into the festive spirit.

 

 

 

Beverley Memorial Hall

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Beverley Memorial Hall, on Lairgate, is a memorial to the men and women of Beverley who fell in World War II, and in gratitude for those who returned.

The committee has fixed very reasonable charges and it is intended to be used for all kinds of community activity - dances, stage plays, musical shows, bridge and whist drives, meetings and recreational activities. Any suggested use of the hall will be gladly considered on application.

Beverley Real Ale Festival

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The Memorial Hall hosted the 2013 Beverley Real Ale Festival in October 2013.

Set within this fantastic building, the festival showcased some of the countries finest real ales and ciders, food and live entertainment.

The festival got underway on Friday with an exclusive all-ticket event, with guests getting the chance to sample world-class ales from local producers, including Great Newsome Brewery, Wold Top, Moorlands Cider, with top entertainment from some of the region's finest acts.

The festival’s family atmosphere continued throughout Saturday with family games, more live music, and the chance to sample more great cask ales and cider.

Beverley and District Chamber of Trade

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The Chamber of Trade is at the heart of the Beverley community.

Our aim is to grow and develop all Beverley based businesses through working together by increasing awareness of each other's capabilities. We focus on education, promotion and understanding of the changing needs of the business community and promote Beverley as a destination venue, as well as being the voice of local business.

"Working together to build a better business community for Beverley"

Beverley Renaissance Partnership

Beverley Renaissance Partnership is one of several renaissance partnerships within the East Riding of Yorkshire that support the region's market towns.

The Partnership brings together a number of private, voluntary and public sector organisations who aim to develop Beverley and its surrounding area for residents, businesses and visitors, whilst respecting the natural and built environment and celebrating the town’s heritage and ancient past.  The Partnership aims to make Beverley an even better place to live, learn, work, visit and invest in.

The Beverley Renaissance Partnership works to strengthen links within the community and has developed a long-term plan to help secure the future prosperity of the Beverley area.

Beverley and Rural Community Partnership

Community Partnerships help to encourage individuals and communities across the East Riding to become more involved in decisions that are made about the public services that they receive.

The Community Partnerships also involve local people in tackling local issues to improve the quality of life of communities across East Riding.

Charter Trustees

Charter trustees are set up to maintain the continuity of a town charter or city charter after a district with the status of a borough or city has been abolished, until such time as a parish council is established.

Duties are limited to ceremonial activities such as the election of a mayor, and various other functions depending upon local customs and laws. The charter trustees are made up of local councillors in the district representing wards within the boundaries of the town/city.

Some abolished boroughs, such as Beverley, included a large rural area. In such cases, the charter trustees were not established for the entire area of the former borough, but were limited to that part of the new authority which was unparished: the area identifiable as the town.

Fix My Street

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Fix My Street is a social enterprise set up by MySociety, who develop online applications for community benefit. Fix My Street is a reporting service where members of the community can raise their concerns over the quality of the roads and pavements in their areas. Pothole in the road? Flytipping or broken street lights? Just type the postcode and FixMyStreet will send your report to the correct council representative (In Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire Council is the responsible authority). And it's all archived online.

If you would like to report an issue in your area, please visit Fix My Street

East Riding Community Hospital

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Patient care at the East Riding Community Hospital is provided by Humber NHS Foundation Trust and Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals Trust.

The hospital primarily serves the Beverley, Driffield, West Wolds and Hornsea communities.

Services provided at the hospital include:

  • 30 beds for intermediate care/rehabilitation and palliative care
  • Minor Injuries Unit
  • Outpatient consultations and treatments, including a state-of-the-art audiology suite
  • GP out of hours services
  • Diagnostics (including digital x-ray, ultrasound and facilities for mobile CT and MRI scanning)
  • Therapy services for adults and children
  • Wheelchair assessment

Walkers are Welcome

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Walkers are Welcome towns and villages are places which have something special to offer walkers.

Planning a walking trip? Come and discover Beverley, a 'Walkers are Welcome' town.

Beverley has joined this innovative new community-led scheme, to demonstrate its commitment to making your visit an enjoyable one.

Designated coach parking in Beverley

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Beverley now has designated coach parking facilities at the School Lane site, off New Walkergate, near the town centre.

The charge for coaches as at September 2013 is £5.50 for a half day (4 hours) and £9.00 all day. The current capacity is seven coaches.

Please see the map below which shows all the car parks in Beverley.

Humber Raiders Basketball Club

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Humber Raiders Basketball Club

Under 13's Team at the moment but could more age groups if enough children are interested

Boys and Girls from 10 to 13 years old

Training at Cottingham High School, Harland Way

Wednesday evenings - 7pm to 9pm
Saturday afternoon - 1pm to 3pm

First 4 sessions are free

Contacts
recruitment@humberraiders.co.uk

07789 986323

Website (under construction but has a visible page for information)
www.humberraiders.co.uk
 

Beverley Against Poverty

Beverley Town Council supports Beverley Against Poverty in 2014 2015 with a donation to its work.

N.U.R.S.E Charity (Needed. Urgent. Remedial. Surgical. Equipment.)

Beverley Town Council supports N.U.R.S.E. as the Mayor of Beverley's Charity for 2014/15.

Dove House Hospice

Beverley Town Council supports Dove House Hospice as the Mayor's of Beverley's Charity for 2014/15.

Dementia Action Alliance

The Dementia Action Alliance is a movement with one simple aim: to bring about a society-wide response to dementia. It encourages and supports communities and organisations across England to take practical actions to enable people to live well with dementia and reduce the risk of costly crisis intervention.

CRUSE Bereavement Care

Cruse Bereavement Care is the leading national charity for bereaved people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. We offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies and work to enhance society’s care of bereaved people.

Cruse offers face-to-face, telephone, email and website support. They have a Freephone national helpline and local services, and a website (hopeagain.org.uk) specifically for children and young people. Our services are provided by our network of 5,000 trained volunteers and are confidential and free. Cruse also provides training and consultancy for external organisations and for those who may encounter bereaved people in the course of their work.

Riding for the Disabled Assocation

At RDA, horses and ponies provide therapy, achievement and enjoyment to people with disabilities all over the UK.

There are a network of 500 volunteer groups organise activities such as riding, carriage driving, vaulting, showjumping and Hippotherapy to up to 28,000 people each year.

They have been carrying out life-changing activities for over 40 years, and take great pride in the exceptional standard of instructors and volunteers (18,000 in all).

They offer activities for all age groups and, wherever possible, to people with any disability – and you’re just as likely to find an RDA Group in an urban setting as a rural one.

They rely on voluntary help, donations and legacies to deliver our services.

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Beverley Town Council

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Beverley

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clerk@beverley.gov.uk

01482 874096