Thursday 12 January 2023
BEVERLEY Gin Festival will be back bigger and better than ever this May, with more music, more food and more gin. This third annual festival will run over two days, Friday May 12th and Saturday May 13th, at Beverley Minster and festival director Rob Snaith told us: “I am incredibly excited as we have grown the festival in all aspects. Last year totally sold out so we have added an extra session with additional tickets on sale, there’s more of the very best of British and international gins for residents and visitors to enjoy, and more, different entertainment and food.”
Tickets cost £20 for any of the four sessions, which includes two drinks, a festival gin glass, a metal straw, pen and a custom-designed festival programme. The increase in tickets this year has been made possible partly by a Love Your High Street grant from East Riding Council and another from the Hull and East Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership. More information at www.beverleyginfestival.co.uk
FLEMINGATE and Armstrong Way in Beverley will be closed to all traffic each evening from next Monday to Thursday (January 16-19), with East Yorkshire Buses saying their services will be diverted after 6pm each evening as a result. Full details from www.eastyorkshirebuses.co.uk/service-updates
BEVERLEY Community Police representatives will be attending the Grovehill residents meeting tomorrow night at the St Nicholas Community Centre on Holmechurch Lane. The meeting starts at 6.30pm.