Beverley in East Yorkshire is a market town dominated by the historic Beverley Minster and is located inland from the North Sea Coast with Hull, Driffield and York within easy distance.
Beverley is a market town dominated by the Beverley Minster but probably better known for its racecourse. Situated 8 miles from Hull and 12 miles from the seaside town of Hornsea it has a history stretching as far back as the 7th century. Although the main occupation of its inhabitants is agriculture the town also benefits from the tourist trade. The oldest state school in the country is Beverley Grammar School and is amongst the schools servicing the community.