Friday 26 November 2021

Beverley Grammar School has been rated as “outstanding” in all areas, following its recent Ofsted inspection.  The inspection took place over two days at the end of September and looked at all areas of school life, from quality of education and behaviour and attitudes, to leadership and management. Head teacher Gavin Chappell told Beverley FM: “The great thing about our latest report is that it recognises the unique character of our school. Staff, students and parents should be rightfully proud of the contribution they make on a daily basis.”

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A Hull woman, who claimed she had asked a family member to dispose of household rubbish, which was subsequently found dumped in Eske Lane in Tickton, was fined £120, ordered to pay £430 costs and a victim surcharge of £34 when she appeared before Beverley Magistrates. She admitted she did not use a registered waste carrier and did not conduct any checks to ensure her waste would be disposed of correctly.

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And finally, Beverley Musical Theatre’s 30th annual panto, Mother Goose, opens in Beverley Memorial Hall tomorrow afternoon and evening and continues until Sunday December 5. For more information and tickets go to