Tuesday 12 October 2021
Business leaders say the initial enthusiasm shown as the country came out of lockdown has now been replaced by a more cautious reality, as increases in national insurance, energy prices, transport and food costs point to rising inflation and ultimately increases in interest rates. Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce’s External Affairs Director, David Hooper, told Beverley FM: “It’s clear businesses are facing a difficult period and there is considerable trepidation about what the future may hold, in the face of rising costs, supply issues and rising inflation.” He said there seemed little doubt that local businesses were going to be facing a tough winter as the public drew back on spending as living costs rise.
Beverley Baptist Church has recorded a video update of progress as building works continue at their new home, the former Armstrong’s Social Club which, when completed, will be for the use of the church and the wider Beverley community. The video can be viewed via a link on the local news page of our website. [The video can be viewed here]
And finally, Beverley has a national boxing champion after Rocco Pulling, of the town’s Track Fitness and Boxing Club scored a unanimous judges decision to win the Under 65kg category at England Boxing’s National Schools Championships held in Newcastle