Tuesday 8 March 2022
As part of its efforts to help people in war-torn Ukraine, Beverley-based charity Jacob’s Well is planning to send at least five lorry-loads of medical and other aid to help refugees. Now, Molescroft Primary School is lending its support to those efforts by hosting a Jacob’s Well collection van in the school playground next week.
The van will be parked in the South Playground on Thursday March 17, between 8.30am and 9am, to accept donations. Suggested items include toiletries, nappies and baby clothes, tinned or dry goods and small toys. Head teacher Michael Loncaster told Beverley FM: “The human catastrophe which we see unfolding on our TV screens every day is shocking, worrying and devastating to witness.”
More information can be found at www.jacobswellappeal.org
Beverley Building Society has been named “Mortgage Lender of the Year” in the Yorkshire Financial Awards for 2022. Judges said the society had focused “on the needs of its community’s most underserved members” and continued: “Beverley Building Society has been vital over the past 18 months, resulting in significant customer retention. An example that must be followed.”
Society Chief Executive Karl Elliott told Beverley FM: “This is the culmination of a huge effort on behalf of our entire team.”
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And finally, police have issued a CCTV image of a woman they wish to interview following the theft of a purse belonging to an elderly woman who was shopping in Saturday Market, Beverley.
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