Saturday 3 July 2021

The Environment Agency has been undertaking a survey of the River Hull, in East Yorkshire, in an effort to understand possible causes of the flooding of farmland and remedial action that could be undertaken. Farmers told us the upper river is in a desperate state. The virtual meeting was chaired by Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart. He said that a single plan would now be worked up and costed to secure private and public funding. Read Graham Stuart’s report on the meeting here

Rail operator Northern has issued a warning to customers to expect busier services tonight, following the Euro 2020 quarter final between England and Ukraine. Officials told Beverley FM that with kick off at 8pm, it only leaves a handful of trains on key routes. Passengers are being asked to think carefully about their journeys and not to wait until the last train home. Up-to-the-minute details of Northern’s services can be found via the rail operators journey planner at

A new exhibition called ‘Brick Wonders’ opens at Beverley Art Gallery today. It features over 40 amazing sights from seven continents around the world created out of LEGO® by artist Warren Elsmore. It features manmade and natural wonders. The centre-piece measures over 60-square feet and depicts marine life around Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. More details here