Election Statement by SAM BANKS a candidate in the election for a new Hedon Town Councillor. Election takes place Thursday 4 November 2021.
A poll for the election of ONE TOWN COUNCILLOR for HEDON TOWN COUNCIL will be held on THURSDAY, 4 NOVEMBER 2021, between the hours of 7:00AM and 10:00PM.
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?
Conservative Jonathan Evison is the new Police & Crime Commissioner for Humberside.
ELECTION RESULT – Conservative DAVID WINTER wins In South West Holderness
A call to vote! Make your mind up time on your next South West Holderness Ward Councillor. Candidates answer some questions from residents.
POLLING STATIONS open at 7am across South West Holderness on Thursday 6 May. They remain open until 10pm. Four candidates are standing for election and hope to secure enough votes to be your Councillor on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC).
Join the Neighbourhood Network’s 2021 Hustings Event on Thursday 22nd April at 6.30pm and meet all three Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner Candidates via Zoom; listen to their ideas and solutions, and put your own questions to them.
Whilst your experience of voting this year will be very different, another negative impact of the pandemic is the lack of any hustings. We invite you to quiz the candidates.
Extra measures to ensure staff and voters’ safety at polling stations are being put in place for Thursday 6 May 2021. The 6th May is the date for the local South West Holderness by-election and the election of the next Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner. While polling stations […]
CAMPAIGNING in the South West Holderness by-election campaign was suspended over the weekend. This was done as a mark of respect following the announcement of the passing of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. The suspension of campaigning activities was in line with the decision of the major national […]
TWO PEOPLE were nominated for the vacant two positions on the Hedon Town Council. They are therefore elected unopposed. The new members are: Ben Hanson – Labour Party and Carl Minns – Liberal Democrats