GRAHAM STUART MP was in Preston at lunchtime on Friday to see for himself some of the problems faced by the village with the flow of traffic.
THE BOUNDARY REVIEW of Parliamentary constituencies announced yesterday has provoked strong reactions, particularly from MP Graham Stuart and local South West Holderness Councillors.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has written to local Paull residents to offer his thanks for their efforts to support vulnerable people in the community over the last few weeks. Many in the area are being forced to self-isolate or shield in order to reduce and […]
GRAHAM STUART MP for Beverley and Holderness, will be holding one of his regular outdoor surgeries on Saturday 17th October 2015 in Hedon Market Place, weather permitting…
GRAHAM STUART, the MP for Beverley and Holderness, will demand Yorkshire Water puts an end to the recurring stench from the Saltend Waste Water Treatment Works plant when he appears before an official council inquiry on Tuesday (tomorrow 10th September 2015).
Despite the rain there was a great turnout today at the gates of the Waste Water Treatment Works to protest at YORKSHIRE WATER’S STINK – an obnoxious nuisance to our local communities!
Graham Stuart MP – here boxing at Eastside – will open the Gala on Saturday 18th July 2015…
GRAHAM STUART (Conservative) is the re-elected Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness.
The new Active Day Care Centre in Hedon opened this year to offer energetic and dynamic activities for young adults with learning difficulties…
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.
A visit to their Recruitment Day found out a little bit more about these local volunteers that make up Hedon’s Community First Responders – and they really are a modest lot reluctant to sing their own praises very much, so we’ll have to do it for them!
“We’re really pleased it’s finally in place after all this time! With all the community support given to the Helpful Hands Lifestyles girls in raising the money in the first place in 2012, it has been a real community inspired project and now the town can benefit.”