East Riding of Yorkshire Council's museums service has worked in partnership with the Beverley Civic Society to produce a replacement for a dilapidated heritage board at Hall Garth on the south side of Beverley Minster.
The board is another addition to the sequence of Beverley Civic Society heritage boards throughout the town. It was funded by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, and Kloskk Tyrer of the council's museums service collaborated with the Civic Society in producing the board.
Kloskk Tyrer said : "As the site of the Archbishop of York's moated manor house and various other interesting historical buildings, Hall Garth is a fascinating part of the town and I'm delighted to have worked with the Beverley Civic Society to provide some interpretation which brings it to life".
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