Going out might not be an option at the moment but there’s still plenty to do around our lovely town. Here’s what’s currently floating our boat.
Buying delicious local handmade chocolate from White Rabbit Chocolate. The shop and café might be temporarily closed but chocolate making is still going on behind the scenes, and with Easter season still in the air, why not treat yourself. Postage is available, or they’re also offering a click and collect service. https://whiterabbitchocolatiers.co.uk/
You’d have to have been living under a rock not to have seen the boom in virtual quiz popularity and there’s plenty around to join, but we’ve found a local one for you, with Hull City Official Supporter’s Club on the 20th April. Check out the details here https://www.hullcityosc.org/news/virtual-pub-quiz-2-2529117.html
Checking out these rare old photos of Beverley in times gone by https://www.francisfrith.com/beverley/photos. Whether you’re an expert historian or just looking to be entertained for half an hour, this massive collection of much loved Beverley landmarks dating back to 1885 is utterly fascinating (look out for the Hurn in 1906, although we can’t make out the racecourse!)
Giving the sensational Pipe and Glass a follow on Facebook. Michelin-starred owner and chef James Mackenzie is treating followers to secret recipes including dark chocolate honeycomb bites and hot smoked salmon scotch egg, as well as photos of the beautiful surroundings. We can’t wait for our season to start when we bring you his 2020 dishes, but for now, this will do nicely https://www.facebook.com/pipeandglass/
Ok, not in Beverley, but still a fascinating way to spend your time, have a look round some of Yorkshire’s visitor gems on W2Y’s virtual tour page. From Yorkshire Wildlife Park to our local Yorkshire Wolds Cookery School, it’s a great way to plan where’s top on your visit list when we get back up and running https://www.yorkshire.com/inspiration/yorkshire-days-in/virtual-tours