East Riding Councillor David Boynton who also works locally as a Community Nurse, has stated how pleased he is with the response from the community to the Governments request for people to stay at home due to Covid-19.
We wanted to thank the people of Beverley and Molescroft for giving us the opportunity to serve them since our election in May.
It is a huge privilege for us to represent Molescroft, the historic heart of Beverley and the Model Farm and Swinemoor areas as your ward councillors on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Beverley Braves move to Thurlow Avenue has been welcomed by local councillors. The Braves officially opened their new clubhouse at a special event.
Funding for the project included an award of £144,000 commuted sums, money that was accessed as a result of help from local officials.
Beverley Braves Rugby League Club is set to officially open at its new home on Thurlow Avenue, Molescroft on Saturday, 7 September.
The opening comes after completing the works funded by East Riding of Yorkshire Council as part of Commuted Sums, and receiving funding from Inspired Facilities.
Plans submitted to build an Energy Centre near to Beverley Leisure Centre have sparked concerns from residents.
Local residents brought their concerns to Beverley Town Council after they learned of the application made to East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Local officials have praised a young Scout for his efforts in the community They also say he is a great role model for young people.
Max Harris-Smith has for the past 18 months been working tirelessly to raise the money needed to take a trip of a lifetime to Scouts World Jamboree.
St Mary’s Primary School have been awarded a cash windfall, money they say they will be used to improve their outdoor area.
The school on Eden Road in Beverley was awarded the money by the Tesco in Beverley. In all, they received £2,000 as a result of finishing first in the supermarket’s Bags of Help incentive.
Findings by the Sub Committee for Children and Young People to help tackle the increase in mental health issues have been welcomed Cllr David Boynton.
Cllr Boynton of the Liberal Democrats says he will be fully behind anything that helps tackle mental health issues in young people.
Cllr David Boynton says that while it is sad that a business is closing in Beverley over all the town centre remains a vibrant place for business.
His comments come following the news that Steamer Trading said they are to close their stores. This includes the one in Beverley.
Beverley will again welcome the classic cars as the local motoring club host their Midsummer Gathering in the town.
A hugely popular event organised by the East Yorkshire Thoroughbred Car Club it is a must for all the family.
A missing swing will be replaced as a matter of urgency says Councillor David Boynton. His comments come after he was contacted with regard to swing going missing from the local play area.
Cllr Boynton says that while this may seem like a trivial issue, he was pleased it was brought to his attention.
Six years in the planning the Beverley Braves will soon be ready to move into their new home on Thurlow Avenue.
Chairperson of the club Neil Gay says the new facility will help them develop as a club. He also says having a base they can call home will benefit the young people in their ranks.
Councillor Denis Healy is promising the people of Beverley that under the Liberal Democrats residents can enjoy change.
The Liberal Democrats enjoyed an outstanding night at the local elections that saw them take control of Beverley’s Historic Core.
The Conservative Party have suffered a catastrophic defeat at the local elections in Beverley.
Results from the polls held on Thursday saw the Tories wiped out in Beverley’s Historic Core. They were defeated in St Mary’s while also been banished from Beverley Town Council.
ERYC have rejected calls for a crossing to be installed in Beverley saying the road is not busy enough.
Concerns were raised at the number of people needing to cross Woodhall Way at the junction with St Leonard’s Road.
Molescroft Parish Councillor David Boynton is backing a local schools bid to collect old batteries.
Cllr Boynton says he wants to try and help St Mary’s Primary School climb the leader board and earn some prizes for the school.
As the anniversary to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I approaches later this year, Molescroft Parish Council has restored the village’s Roll of Honour.
Parish Councillors David Boynton & Jackie Heffer formed a working group, with the aim of restoring the Roll of Honour which lists the names of 20 Molescroft servicemen who took up the call to arms in the conflict. The roll records the death of only one serviceman Lieutenant Edmund Wigfall Military cross.
David Boynton who will be standing in the elections today Beverley Town Council in St Mary’s West took one last trip around the Beverley Westwood Hospital before the bulldozers moved in.