The General Election takes place on THURSDAY, 12 DECEMBER 2019 and polling stations will be open from 7am – 10pm. There are FIVE candidates standing for Parliament in the Beverley & Holderness constituency.
GRAHAM STUART (Conservative) is the re-elected Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness.
AN outbreak of election mania hit Hedon Town centre this morning… and beware getting locked in the loo; it turns you purple!
WE have made it easier for people to quiz their election candidates for the Parliamentary, County and local elections…
GRAHAM STUART MP (Member of Parliament) for Beverley and Holderness, will be holding one of his regular outdoor surgeries on Saturday 28th February 2015 in Hedon Market Place, weather permitting.
ELECTION candidates for the Parliamentary seat of Beverley & Holderness are to be invited to a hustings in Hedon hosted by Hedon and District Churches Together…
GRAHAM STUART MP for Beverley and Holderness, is taking to the road on a bike ride around the constituency (including visits to Thorngumbald, Preston and Hedon) to promote installing Public Access Defibrillators across the area. The MP will be cycling for two days, beginning in Beverley and heading to North Holderness […]
LABOUR has selected a Beverley councillor, Margaret Pinder, to stand as its parliamentary candidate for Beverley and Holderness for the next General Election to be held on Thursday 7th May 2015. In a statement announcing Margaret Pinder’s selection, Beverley and Holderness Constituency Labour Party, said: One of only […]
UNDER PROPOSALS published today by the Boundary Commission for England (BCE) then the South West Holderness Ward (Hedon, Preston, Paull, etc) would be included in the Kingston Upon Hull East constituency for Parliamentary elections from 2015 (when the next General Election will be held).
Congratulations to Graham Stuart on his re-election as Member of Parliament for the Beverley and Holderness Constituency. The results of the poll are as follows: Graham Stuart – Conservative – 25,063 Craig Dobson – Liberal Democrats – 12,076 Ian Saunders – Labour Party – 11,224 Neil Whitelam – […]
THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA has stated that the General Election at a national level will be a close run affair. And it is far from clear whether any single party will win a majority of the 650 seats up for grabs on election day Thursday 6th May 2010. In […]
ELECTION 2010: THE GENERAL ELECTION Prospective Parliamentary Candidates have all being asked the following two questions by the Hedon Blog: 1. What are your views on the building of a waste burning incinerator at Saltend near Hedon? 2. If elected, then what will be the major changes you […]