PRESTON traffic campaigners are holding a Public Meeting to consider next steps. Meanwhile, the Conservative Group have issued a statement.
THE CREMATORIUM earmarked for Lelley Road, Preston continues to generate controversy. The Liberal Democrat group on the council say that its members will be challenging the business case for the crematorium as “full of holes” at the full ERYC council meeting tomorrow
“We’ve got to ‘think big’,” argued the councillor “rather than tinker about at the edges, we should back a proposal that is going to make a significant difference to parking in the area.”
“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 […]
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…
YOU don’t have to get far over the border into Holderness to be reminded of the UKIP factor in both the local and national elections – a giant poster board on Hedon road at Saltend implores residents to ‘Vote UKIP’ on 7th May. In the second part of our series
IS the Labour Party about to pull off a major coup in local politics and unseat the sitting Conservatives defending their seats in South West Holderness on the East Riding Council? In the first of our reviews of the four political campaigns being waged to win your vote in the South West Holderness Ward, we look at the Labour Party campaign.
THIRTEEN candidates are standing for the twelve seats on Hedon Town Council. This means that whatever the outcome the Labour Party will have at least two of its candidates elected.
Is parking a big issue in the town? Would you agree with the statement: “Woe betide any candidate who doesn’t mention this at the election!”
LIBERAL DEMOCRATS have selected their candidate to fight the General Election for the Beverley and Holderness Parliamentary seat to be held on 7th May 2015. Denis Healy says on the constituency party’s website that he is looking forward to campaigning in the constituency on how the Liberal Democrats […]
HOLDERNESS BRANCH Labour Party will be holding one of its regular street stalls in Hedon Market Place tomorrow (Saturday morning 1st November 2014) from 10am for approximately two hours. Steve Gallant, Branch Secretary and candidate in May’s East Riding Council elections, said: “We will be collecting names for our […]