Two churches in Beverley have got together to create giant advent calendars, one at each end of the town.
The idea comes from Beverley Minster’s National Lottery Heritage Fund Sanctuary Project which explores the Minster as a place of medieval sanctuary. The £700,000 project restores the Minster’s Lesser South Transept roof and stonework and tells the story of its fascinating medieval role in Sanctuary. The Minster recently also successfully secured a further grant of £600,000 from the Culture Recovery Fund to do further repairs to the Nave roof. CONTINUE >