26 Butcher Row
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|Tuesday||9:30 - 17:30|
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Beverley is the county town of the East Riding of Yorkshire, located 8 miles north-west of Hull, 10 miles east of Market Weighton and 12 miles west of Hornsea. The town is around 1,300 years old, so there are plenty of historic buildings - the most notable being Beverley Minster which is the main landmark in the town founded in the 8th century."
Tucked away down Beverley’s narrow streets are antique shops and craft arcades, and on every other corner is a pub full of history and atmosphere. Market day is lively and colourful, and each year there are various annual music festivals in the town, catering to different genres such as the Early Music Festival in May, the Beverley Folk Festival in June which features two days of folk music, comedy and workshops, the Jazz Festival in August, followed by the Chamber Music Festival in September.
Beverley hosts an annual Literature Festival, Kite Festival and a biannual puppet festival. In terms of sport, the most noted field of participation is horse racing at the Beverley Racecourse. The sport has a long history in Beverley, with evidence of a permanent race track reaching back as far as 1690, while its first grandstand was built in 1767.
Onto food and drink - Beverley is full to the brim with great places to eat and some fantastic pubs (too many to mention!) A couple to watch out for near the Rohan shop are Chamas (Brazilian) and Yo Tuk Tuk (Indian street cuisine).