Beverley is quite a small town in East Yorkshire but it has a fine county hall which served it as County Town first of the East Riding of Yorkshire upp to the 70s and then of Humberside, a new county that only lasted until the 90s. It is now generally regarded as the county town of East Yorkshire, though it is dubious whether this is actually a county!
However that may be, Beverley is a great place and the County Hall was the inspiration for the fictional one in the novel 'South Riding' Among its churches, Beverley Minster and St Mary's both have wood carving to match the very best in England. Its race course, just outside the town, is charming enough to appeal to others than the betting or riding fraternities.
A northen seaside port also known as Kingston-upon-Hull. The city has a rich seafaring history, and has a reputation for being tough, and uncompromising. The old town of hull which retains …