WITH some costings still to come in, the East Riding of Yorkshire Council has released the first information about how much the Boundary Referendum that took place in September 2014 actually cost…
In an exclusive report Councillor John Dennis, Chair of the ‘Hands Off’ the East Riding group, reviews the Boundary Referendum and the essential role played by the ‘Hands Off’ campaign which resulted in a 75% turnout….
It might be a NO, NO from local residents to the idea of being part of a Greater Hull, but are our green open spaces still under threat from Hull City Council?
Graham Stuart MP cycles into Hedon sporting his “Hands Off!” T-shirt and urges residents who have not voted in the Boundary Referendum to do so…
Hedon Mayor Councillor John Dennis: “I urge those residents who still haven’t put their crosses in the two ‘No’ boxes, please to do so – now – don’t miss your opportunity…”
“HANDS OFF!” campaigners got civic support in Hedon on Saturday with a formal proclamation in the Market Place read out by the Mayor’s Sergeant at Mace and Town Crier, Dave Young. The booming voice of the Town Crier, served to notify residents that the Boundary Referendum was taking […]
FOR THOSE still undecided about the East Riding Boundary Referendum and who have not yet sent back their ballot forms, there is another opportunity to hear from the “Hands Off!” campaigners on Saturday when another Street Surgery is being held.
EAST RIDING BOUNDARY REFERENDUM (locally involving residents from Bilton, Hedon, Preston and Preston South) Ballot papers must be returned by 4pm, Friday 26th September 2014 to be included in the count! The war of words between the two councils (East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Hull City Council) […]
“Keep your Paws Off Hedon and the East Riding” message to Hull City Council from furry campaigner!
Street Surgery on Saturday 30th August on the Boundary Referendum and “Hands Off!” campaign is planned – but the Hedon Blog raises some controversial issues and calls for a town debate…
DAVE YOUNG has been conducting a one-man protest in Hedon town centre to oppose the idea of Hedon being annexed by Hull City Council….
“It’s vitally important that residents of the potentially affected towns and villages realise just how essential it is to vote in the referendum on this issue…” Hedon Mayor and Cllr John Dennis