Saturday 4 September 2021

Police are warning East Riding residents to be on their guard against investment fraud following a number of reported cases in our area. Sergeant Ben Robinson from the Economic Crime Unit told Beverley FM that they want to warn people to be on their guard and check the legitimacy of the people they’re dealing with before handing over their money. He added that the schemes seem a great way to make money grow but are actually worthless or don’t even exist.  Police recommend checking brokers credentials on the Financial Conduct Authority’s register. If you think you have been a victim of Investment fraud tell Action Fraud  For more information about how to invest safely, go to

East Riding Leisure are looking for Ambassadors from a wide cross-section of people to reflect the diverseness of their customers. Councillor Mike Medini, portfolio holder for cultural and leisure assets, told us they’re looking to select ten people with different stories about their fitness journey to be used in Leisure marketing to inspire people from all walks of life, ethnicity, age and ability. Full details from East Riding Leisure here

The Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell, is coming to St Mary’s Church in Beverley to celebrate the restoration of the Nave. He’ll be participating in services on Sunday 19th September, but booking is essential. More details and registration here. Or call the church office 01482 869137