Historic event to mark 50 years at school site
BEVERLEY: A town school's Golden Jubilee celebrations will be marked with an historic occasion on Friday.
A celebration of Mass will be held in Beverley Minster by the Bishop of Middlesbrough to mark St John of Beverley RC Primary School's 50 years at its Wilberforce Crescent site.
The minster holds the Shrine of St John of Beverley, after whom the school is named.
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Friday's celebration will be an historic occasion as it will be the first time a Pontifical Catholic Mass – one said by a Bishop – has been celebrated in the minster since the Reformation.
Head teacher Theresa Rogerson said: "We all have occasions in our lives when we feel privileged to be part of something truly special.
"The Golden Jubilee of our school is one of those times."
The school was founded in 1860 and for more than 100 years was on the site of the parish church in North Bar Without before moving to Wilberforce Crescent.
The Right Rev. Terence Patrick Drainey will say Mass in the minster at 2pm on Friday.
BEVERLEY: The town's annual apple festival will be held next month.
The Millennium Orchard, Beverley Parks, will be the venue for the Beverley Apple Festival on Sunday, October 14.
The annual apple day will involve a feast of activities for all the family, from 11am to 3pm.
The free event is organised by the Women's Institute. For more information, call 01482 395320.