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We are beyond thrilled to be announcing that the next New Paths Festival will take place in Beverley Thursday 1 – Saturday 3 July this year. The lineup will be announced in early May, and you can be sure it will be filled with New Paths magic! Of...


"Pevsner describes Beverley as “among the finest of England’s small country towns, yet it is one of the least well known”. He is right about that: in addition to the extensive evidence of medieval building, apart from the minster itself, there is some of the...


January 2021. A view from the north west tower showing the progress of the latest project, funded by a grant from the Government's Culture Recovery Fund, to renew the lead on part of the nave roof. Photo by Libby Naylor....


Press release. 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 Vicar of Beverley Minster, Canon Jonathan Baker, spoke of the long-term challenges that the building faces. “Covid-19 affected us in different ways. The maintenance staff were furloughed, but they are back now; so there’s no major issues with our work on the lesser south-transept...


Yorkshire Post 24/06/2020 C S Lewisʼs The Chronicles of Narnia rank among the top childrenʼs literature of all time and many growing up in the 1980s will have nostalgic memories of Sunday afternoon BBC dramatisations.  LINK > Now one of Beverleyʼs oldest churches, St Maryʼs, is...


Beverley Minster and this welcome glimmer of hope – The Yorkshire Post says. A WELCOME sign of the renewal of everyday life has been the continuing construction of scaffolding around Beverley Minster, perhaps the most spectacular church in our region after the medieval masterpiece at York. Beverley...