Beverley the Dining Room of East Yorkshire | Gary Hall

In recent years, Beverley has gained an enviable reputation as being one of the best places in Yorkshire for good food. People from far and wide visit Beverley, eager to eat in one of the fabulous restaurants that the town is famous for. From smaller establishments using local produce and creating speciality ethnic food, to national high street eateries and smaller fine-dining independents, Beverley has it all.

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Beverley the Dining Room of East Yorkshire | Gary Hall

In recent years, Beverley has gained an enviable reputation as being one of the best places in Yorkshire for good food. People from far and wide visit Beverley, eager to eat in one of the fabulous restaurants that the town is famous for. From smaller establishments using local produce and creating speciality ethnic food, to national high street eateries and smaller fine-dining independents, Beverley has it all.

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Beverley, East Yorkshire | Gary Hall

I live in Beverley, a market town in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. The town is probably best known for its Minster (which is used quite frequently as a TV setting), the Westwood (a fabulous expanse of land to the west of the town, North Bar (a 15th-century gate) and the Racecourse. You may not know that it inspired the naming of Beverly Hills in California. Well now you do!

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Beverley, East Yorkshire | Gary Hall

I live in Beverley, a market town in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. The town is probably best known for its Minster (which is used quite frequently as a TV setting), the Westwood (a fabulous expanse of land to the west of the town, North Bar (a 15th-century gate) and the Racecourse. You may not know that it inspired the naming of Beverly Hills in California. Well now you do!

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Creative Ways to Teach Money at Primary School | Gary Hall

Money is an important aspect in all of our lives and children need to be exposed to it at school, as we are living in a world where money is becoming intangible. As adults, we handle money less and less and, because we pay by card, mobile or bank transfer so children don’t tend to see coins or notes as much as they used to. So how can we teach children about money, how it makes the world go round, in a creative way that makes it relevant to their lives?

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