East Riding of Yorkshire Council is encouraging people to support their local high street by choosing to ‘Do It For East Yorkshire’. Following the Government’s guidelines and the roadmap, residents will have the chance to safely rediscover those businesses which are now able to reopen and the businesses […]
With nominations having formally closed today at 4 pm, we can now say that the ELECTION CAMPAIGN is on! This looks set to be the most keenly contested election ever held in the Ward.
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Sunday, April 4 2021 (at approximately 6:25pm) Police responded to an incident on the playing field at the rear of Watkinson Close, Preston.
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Police officers are appealing for witnesses to a collision this morning on Staithes Road, Preston. The collision between a dark silver Vauxhall Astra and a blue Yamaha motorbike took place around 7.15 am
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Planning Committee has approved planning permission to build a new crematorium to be called “Lelley Fields” in Holderness.
Councillor John Dennis in his speech today as South West Holderness representative will ask the council for additional investments in the local highways network as a planning condition of granting permission to build the new crematorium.
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
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“Pathetic!” was the retort of Preston traffic campaigner after studying the proposed Crematorium ‘Road Safety’ reviews published by consultants on behalf of East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
A short circular walk starting from Preston Community Hall and taking in Nuns Walk. About 25 minutes.