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Events & Local Attractions

Major festivals and other events take place in Beverley and the surrounding area throughout the year.

As you can see there's a lot going on - something to suit all tastes and interests!
(all information correct at time of publication).

Festivals & Events:

April

4th - 7th: New Paths Music Festival

May

24th - 26th: Beverley & East Riding Early Music Festival

June

21st - 23rd: - Beverley Fringe Festival - visit Facebook for further details

July

12th - 14th: Burton Agnes Jazz & Blues Festival

Biennial event - next festival is in 2020: - Beverley Puppet Festival

August

15th - 18th: Tribfest Music Festival

September

25th - 28th: Beverley Chamber Music Festival

October

18th - 20th: East Riding Festival of Words

25th - 27th: Beverley Blues Weekend

December

8th: Beverley Festival of Christmas

TBC: Beverley Christmas Tree Festival

Tophill Low Nature Reserve

Bempton Cliffs

Spurn Bird Observatory

Burton Agnes Hall

Burton Constable Hall

Sewerby Hall & Gardens

Burnby Hall Gardens & Museum

Services and events happen regularly at Beverley Minster and St Mary’s Church

There are also frequent and varied performances at the East Riding Theatre
which is under 10 minutes' walk from Hunter’s Hall

Regular meetings at Beverley Racecourse 10 minutes to town centre Taxi Rank
or a pleasant 20 minute stroll

East Yorkshire Trails From Hunter's Hall

Church Trails

St Mary's, Kirkburn

Sykes Trail – Part 1 (North) - PDF

A collection of churches in the county refurbished to the highest standards in the 19th century by the Sykes family. An unprecedented level of generosity that has left a treasure trove of jewels to enjoy – and it will take several visits to do them all.

St Augustine's, Hedon

Sykes Trail - Part 2 (South and East) - PDF

The wealth generated by the agricultural richness of East Yorkshire translated into stone, ending at one of the strangest pieces of English coastline.

St John of Beverley, Harpham

Sykes Trail - Part 3 (North and East) - PDF

From wealthy manorial church to humble farmstead place of worship, four contrasting churches with fascinating histories.

Howden Minster

Sykes Trail - Part 4 (South and East) - PDF

Selby Abbey, Howden Minster and Hull Minster each narrowly avoiding total destruction and standing proud today.

Beverley Minster

The best of the lot – Beverley Minster (nearby)

One of the finest Gothic buildings in Britain, today a huge parish church and able to boast a long and very illustrious history. Special tours in roof available. Also St Mary’s Church, Beverley. Once the Minster’s chapel of ease, since the Reformation a remarkable parish church in its own right.

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