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28th November 1384

Grants of  town charters in medieval times came from the crown, bishops, religious houses and local nobles. The primary objective of these charters was the creation of  a measure of local government, as well as markets and fairs, thus easing collection of tolls. 571 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Angular

This is the very imposing (and very angular) exterior of St Mary’s Church in Beverley, East Yorkshire.

Weekly Photo Challenge

Hull, Beverley, my art and me; video by Andrew Reid Wildman

I put together a short video about my art and my relationship with my home town. The music is by Kai Engel, courtesy of MovieMaker.

Andrew Reid Wildman

Beverley, St Mary's Church, by Andrew Reid Wildman

This work is tiny! It is the size of a postcard, executed in acrylic. It depicts St Mary’s Church in the historical East Yorkshire town of Beverley. 26 more words

Andrew Reid Wildman

Beer-related events in the East Riding

First night in Beverley (17th October) we popped into the Chequers micropub and I studied the pumps, finally asking for a pint of Atom Brewery’s IPA (5.6%).  445 more words

My Travels

The Best Deli and Cafe in Beverley

If you’re looking for the perfect spot for lunch in the historic market town of Beverley, this is the place.

Vanessa is a deli and café in the vibrant heart of Beverley. 604 more words

Food & Drink