Beverley is a market town, the county town of the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. The town is noted for Beverley Minster and St Mary’s Church, for Beverley Westwood and its other commons, North Bar, the Dominican friary and the racecourse. It has a lively Saturday and Wednesday market, and a historic centre of mainly Georgian buildings.
An independent, non-political organisation that helps to preserve and promote the area's heritage and community.
Ensuring the highest standards of architecture and development across our town.
A society dedicated to preserving Beverley's historic character and civic pride.
The Romans had many settlement sites in East Yorkshire, centred around Brough, a port for the Roman fleet, or Malton, HQ for a Cavalry division...
Beverley has a wealth of historic buildings that give the town its unique character. Take a virtual tour of these buildings by using our map to discover more about the town's heritage
Beverley is rich in architectural heritage. Within a square mile are compressed a cornucopia of buildings dating from the middle ages, when Beverley was listed as the 11th most populous town in England, through the Georgian and Victorian construction booms up to the present day.
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