Residents in the East Riding are being reminded that passes will be needed to gain entry to any of the area’s household waste recycling sites from Friday, 1 October.
THE RESPONSE from Hedon Town Council to proposed parliamentary constituency boundary changes has been agreed. With the perceived ‘expansion plans’ of Hull bringing ‘industry right up to Hedon’s boundaries’ the council has registered its complete opposition to South West Holderness being taken into the Hull East constituency.
A magnificent £1,855.80 was raised to support the Ruben’s Voice concert in a sponsored swim held by the South Holderness Swimming Club.
A NEW Kingston Upon Hull East Parliamentary County Constituency including South West Holderness? Have your say!
Fix My Street is a special website and app that uses maps of your local area to report problems. Graffiti, flytipping, dog poop, potholes and broken streetlights can easily be reported…
Burglary advice: Be vigilant when using cycling apps, and keep car keys out of sight
The Queen’s Green Canopy invites people to “Plant a Tree for the Jubilee.” Schools and community groups invited to apply for free tree packs.
Chair Steve Gallant says that the current proposals contain lots of anomalies, need rethinking, and the character of the constituency should be preserved. But the BCE proposals are not “a done deal” he says and urges people to have their say.
THE BOUNDARY REVIEW of Parliamentary constituencies announced yesterday has provoked strong reactions, particularly from MP Graham Stuart and local South West Holderness Councillors.
IT HAS BEEN proposed by the Boundary Commission for England (BCE) that in 2023 a new Kingston Upon Hull East Parliamentary County Constituency is formed that would incorporate the current South West Holderness Ward (Hedon, Paull, Preston, Thorngumbald, etc).
NEWLY ELECTED Councillor David Winter has passed on his gratitude to residents for their supprt in the South West Holderness by-election.
With the South West Holderness Election Results in, the election campaigns conducted by the different candidates merit some scrutiny. What impact did they make on the result? Is a Preston Bypass now on the agenda?