RESULTS from Hedon Town Council elections 2015… sadly one of the 13 candidates was always due to lose… Labour has gained a foothold on the council for the first time (as party candidates) with three members.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council Elections 2015 South West Holderness – Results: Elected Councillors: John Dennis (Con) 3,062 Mike Bryan (Con) 2,704, Sue Steel (Con) 2,368, Not Elected: Neil Black (Lab) 2,190, Terry West (UKIP) 2,108, Steve Gallant (Lab) 1,987, Brian Stockdale (Lab) 1,815, Sarah Rommell (Ind) 775 […]
GRAHAM STUART (Conservative) is the re-elected Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness.
It is Thursday 7th May 2015. It’s 7am – and THE POLLING STATIONS are OPEN. They will remain open until 10pm tonight! Registered Electors in Hedon have the opportunity to VOTE TODAY in the General Election and East Riding Local Elections. Additionally there are Hedon Town Council Elections. The Rev. Susan […]
THERE has been some public interest in the run up to the Hedon Town Council elections in obtaining the attendance figures for current Councillors during their term of office…
As part of our Blog coverage of the Hedon Town Council elections we have reproduced those leaflets circulated to residents’ homes. These will be useful for residents who might have missed the original leaflets, but also serves to collect them for historical record. GORDON THURSTON seeks your vote on Thursday 7th
“Because of the vandalism, some of our supporters have now expressed concern and worries about displaying boards. This can’t be right and can’t be allowed to succeed…” – UKIP’s Terry West…
In the last of our series looking at the local political campaigns in South West Holderness, we look at the Conservatives. IF politics was a sport then locally the Conservatives deserve to win in South West Holderness! Why? Because of the simple fact that they have been ‘in […]
AS part of our coverage of the Hedon Town Council elections we have reproduced leaflets circulated by candidates and here include a statement from John Dennis specifically aimed at this town election.
HAS the cause of the underprivileged and vulnerable found a champion in the local elections? Sarah Rommell is standing as an anti-cuts candidate in the East Riding of Yorkshire Council elections – but is it enough to get her elected? In the third part of our series…
ELECTION candidates for the Parliamentary seat of Beverley & Holderness will be taking part in a hustings in Hedon hosted by Hedon and District Churches Together. Come on Hedon! We really need to pack St Augustine’s Church out for our event!
In many ways individual parish councillors strive to champion the views of local people they represent. Quite often the work that they undertake is behind the scenes, unsung and unrecognised. Yet it is a valuable role within the community. With this in mind it is timely to offer congratulations to Tracy Lister and Geoff Bell on being elected.