East Yorkshire UK

Council Elections 2 May 2019

The nominations for the South West Holderness Ward for the East Riding of Yorkshire Council have been published.

The candidates standing for THREE SEATS in the election on Thursday 2 May, are:

BARON James – Independent
BLACK Neil – Labour Party
BRYAN Mike – Conservative Party Candidate
DENNIS John Paul – Conservative Party Candidate
GALLANT Steve – Labour Party
LANGCASTER Dave – Labour Party
RANCE Simon Edmund – Liberal Democrats
STEEL Sue – Conservative Party Candidate

Candidates’ statements via Democracy Club – South West Holderness Candidates  

Your candidates standing for the TWELVE seats of Hedon Town Council on Thursday 2 May (description of candidate as appears on the Statement of Person’s Nominated), are:

BILLANY Colin Michael – Labour Party
BLACK Neil – Labour Party
BRINDLEY Jason Andrew – Independent
DENNIS John Paul
GALLANT Steve – Labour Party
LANGCASTER Dave – Labour Party
ROMMELL Sarah Jane – Independent of any Political Party
STOCKDALE Brian – Labour Party
THURSTON Gordon Frederick 

For information: From Hedon Town Council website: Council Responsibilities.

Your candidates standing for the THIRTEEN seats on Thorngumbald Parish Council on Thursday 2 May, are:

BOTTOMLEY Ian Christopher
COOK Max Jonathan
DOYLE Trevor
FERRIER Michael Anthony
FORBES Malcolm John
HARDY Denise Elizabeth
SMALES Charles
STEEL Shirley
WILSON Kenneth Stephen

Voting can take place between 7am and 10pm on Thursday 2 May 2019.

ELECTIONS for East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Town and Parishes take place on THURSDAY 2 MAY 2019.

Nominations for candidates open on Wednesday 20 March and close on Wednesday 3 April.

Formal notices, and information about registering to vote, can be found at the ERYC website: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/council/elections-and-voting/elections/

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  1. From Hedon Town Council website:

    Town and Parish Council Elections

    Town and Parish Council elections will be held on 2 May 2019. If you are interested in representing your community and in helping to keep it a great place to live and work you could consider becoming a Town Councillor. You will be supported in your role and will be expected to undertake training. You should have a positive outlook and a can-do attitude and be willing to work as part of a team.

    More information can be obtained from Hedon Town Hall on (01482) 898428 or from East Riding of Yorkshire Council Democratic Services Team (01482) 393203

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