TWO news items about new funding available to help tackle crime – and to fill in potholes!
Final victory over Saltend incineration plans…..
EAST RIDING of Yorkshire Council has confirmed that electors will vote on two separate questions in a postal referendum on whether or not voters want to remain in the East Riding
It is hoped that more public information will soon be available on the date and terms of the referendum following a meeting on 19th May in Beverley…
THURSDAY 8th May, at South Holderness Technology College, Preston starting at 4pm….
The Annual Town Meeting saw a key report delivered by town Mayor and council Chairman Councillor John Dennis. Highlights of speech…
F&GP – Destroyed and muddy verge at bus stop was replaced with a hard standing; despite ERYC saying initially that nothing could be done….
Councillor John Dennis has issued a ‘call to battle stations’ to defend Hedon and Holderness in a Referendum on Hull’s expansion…..
Where’s tha’ bin?
Regular users of the car park at South Holderness Technology College during peak times will know how problematic the design of it can be, leading to further congestion along the road from Hedon to Preston. I have thought of a way that will hopefully help the situation and […]
Living in a rural place, especially without a car, means that you may be several miles away from the services and facilities you need – like hospitals or a Jobcentre. So for a lot of people public and community transport services are essential…
THE ROUNDABOUT coming into Hedon from Hull Road is to be improved under an East Riding Council funded programme to improve key routes into towns and tourist areas…..