Georgian Society for East Yorkshire
The Georgian Society for East Yorkshire is for all those interested in the history and culture of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. The society promotes scholarship of subjects relating to the Georgian period and campaigns for the preservation of Georgian Architecture in Hull & East Yorkshire. Society members may participate in lectures and visits to historical sites.
Beverley Georgian Quarter
The market town of Beverley's North Bar Within and North Bar Without form one of the East Riding of Yorkshire's most treasured landmarks. Fascinating streets that are divided by a 15th century North Bar contain the one of the largest number of listed buildings in the region. Also this part of Beverley is home to St Mary's Church a stunning building that stands proudly over the streets and is must see for any visitors.
This free web site produced by HU17.net provides full listings of the shops, bars, restaurants & other business that trade within the Georgian Quarter of Beverley.
Beverley and District Civic Society
The Civic Society was founded 50 years ago, to work for the survival of the essential characteristics of the much-loved market town. It works not solely to preserve, but to encourage any development leading to improved conditions in which to live and work. It holds monthly meetings open to all, runs study days and excursions, has a quarterly newsletter. It is currently involved in organising the Beverley Georgian Festival, in co-operation with other groups within town.
Beverley Town Council
The role of Beverley Town Council is to act as the grassroots tier of local government,
nearest to the residents it serves. It is an elected body that represents the town of
Beverley. It has fourteen councillors and an elected mayor who acts as chairperson of the
council. Mayors of Beverley have been elected since 1573, and the Town Council has an even
longer history, although the present constitution was introduced in 1999. Beverley Town
Council is generously supporting the Beverley Georgian Festival.
Visit Hull and East Yorkshire
Find accommodation in the area, or places to eat. The Visit Hull and East Yorkshire web site has loads of inspiration for exploring this fantastic area. You can also sign up to be kept informed of other events.
Heritage Lottery Fund
The Beverley Georgian Festival committee has been awarded a grant of £8,800 by Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for a project to celebrate the 300th Anniversary of the Beverley Market Cross and succession if George I.
A nine day Georgian Festival is planned in the historic East Yorkshire market town of Beverley. This exciting project will mark and celebrate the 300th anniversary of the accession to the throne of King George I, and also the completion of Beverley’s Market Cross, both in 1714.
The Festival Committee, led by Beverley Civic Society and supported by Beverley Renaissance Partnership and a variety of local arts, history and community voluntary groups has been given £8,800 to develop a programme of events to make the rich Georgian heritage of the town and its influence on the present day better known.
Sharing Heritage is a new funding programme to help people across the UK explore, conserve and share all aspects of the history and character of their local area.