Monday 14 November 2022

BEVERLEY police station will be joining the Operation Sceptre national campaign from today in a bid to tackle knife crime. Bins will be placed at the station for the surrender of any knives, bladed weapons and other offensive weapons, such as knuckle dusters and throwing stars.

The bins will remain until Sunday, with Beverley being just one of a number of police stations throughout the Humberside Force area to take part. Supt Lee Edwards, who’s leading the operation, told Beverley FM: “We just want to get as many unused knives out of circulation so that they cannot get into the wrong hands and be used in crime.”

He said officers will also be conducting weapon sweeps throughout the area, with proactive patrols attending local schools and colleges to speak about the dangers of carrying knives. 


Scenes from yesterday’s Remembrance Day Parade in Beverley

BEVERLEY turned out in force yesterday with the streets lined for the annual Remembrance Day Parade. Town Mayor Cllr Linda Johnson was among dignitaries to lay wreaths at the Memorial in Hengate Gardens following a service in Beverley Minster.

A military parade of the East Yorkshire Regiment faces the Market Cross on March 4, 1905.


UNIQUE VIEWS OF Beverley taken using a drone will fill next years Beverley Civic Society calendar, which has just gone on sale priced £8. Proceeds will be in aid of the Daisy Appeal. Orders here


A MAGNIFICENT Festival of Angels is planned for St Mary’s Church, Beverley, on Sundays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from December 2 to January 6. The Angels (pictured below) form a beautiful display as lights around them bring them to life.