Lib Dems in the East Riding have been battling in support of the community to save Track Fitness & Beverley Boxing Club from the threat of eviction hanging over it caused by the Conservative-run Council.
A Park & Ride for Beverley will be the centrepiece of the Liberal Democrat opposition’s alternative budget, to be discussed at the East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s budget meeting this Thursday.
Liberal Democrat led Beverley Town Council has delivered a Council tax reduction for Beverley residents for the second year running.
Following last year’s reduction of 2%, the Beverley precept for residents of the town will reduce this year by a further 4.29%, whilst the Council continues to invest in public services.
Local councillor Denis Healy has welcomed the COVID Vaccinations programme that is underway in Beverley.
Speaking got HU17.net Cllr Healy urged residents to be patient while he also thanked healthcare professionals for their efforts.
Local councillors want residents to have a say on Beverley’s proposed 24-hour fast food and industrial development at Swinemoor Lane roundabout
The Liberal Democrat ward and town councillors in Beverley are inviting their residents to express their views after a Lancashire based developer submitted a planning application.
Denis Healy, a councillor in Beverley has clarified just when residents in the town will see the Covid 19 vaccination programme begin.
He says following a number of contacts from people in the town he has taught clarity. Cllr Healy was able to confirm that the Covid 19 vaccination programme will begin in Beverley from the 4 January.
A councillor in Beverley says it is likely that Beverley will end up in tier three on 3 December. As a result, pubs will remain closed but shops will be able to re-open if covid secure.
Cllr Denis Healy says while this may not be the news people want to hear, there is light at the end of the tunnel.
The East Riding Council has confirmed that £10,000 of Government money, intended to provide Covid relief for small businesses, has been applied for, and paid to the Beverley & Holderness Conservative Association.
Funding awarded to East Riding Council to promote walking and cycling has been welcomed by local councillors and MP.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council will receive £467,400 from the Government’s Active Travel Fund. Both Cllr Denis Healy and MP Graham Stuart have welcomed the news.
Beverley Town Council has joined forces with two businesses in the town to ensure that no children go hungry in the town this half term.
They have stepped in following the Government’s decision not to fund free meals for children in struggling families over the half-term break.
Liberal Democrat councillors on Beverley Town Council and East Riding of Yorkshire Council have given their support for plans to pilot a part-pedestrianisation scheme in Beverley’s Saturday Market.
The majority of businesses surveyed are overwhelmingly behind the scheme, which will see an extension to the pavement area from the Grapes to the Yorkshire Bank, taking in the King’s Head and businesses on the east of Saturday Market as well as Browns.
Beverley Town Council has confirmed that the 2020 Beverley Food Festival has been cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
They say that hosting such an event, which attracts around 10,000 is just too risky in the current climate.
Local councillor Denis Healy says he has some concerns relating to hospitality sectors reopening on Saturday.
He also is urging people to be sensible if they are planning on heading out. While he added people going out should be prepared for a different experience.
Medieval Beverley, one of England’s leading manufacturing towns in the middle ages, reached down through 600 years of history yesterday, to provide a much-needed boost for its modern-day residents when it was confirmed from a meeting taking place in Germany, that Beverley had been accepted as a member of the Modern Hanseatic League.
News that markets in Beverley will resume in June has been welcomed by Cllr Denis Healy.
Speaking to HU17.net Cllr Healy says that the return of markets is a major step forward to reopening Beverley. While he also says those using markets will have to do so with care.
Graham Stuart must back calls for Dominic Cummings to go and put the fight against coronavirus first says local councillor, Denis Healy.
Cllr Denis Healy has written to Graham Stuart urging him to “end the distractions” and support calls for scandal-hit Dominic Cummings to go, so the country can focus on the coronavirus emergency.
While a number of councils in England say they will not be opening primary schools East Riding of Yorkshire Council will be.
However, schools in East Yorkshire will open a week after the date set by the government on 8 June.
History was made on two counts in Beverley on Monday evening when the town’s youngest-ever mayor, Cllr Tom Astell, 24, was elected using virtual meeting technology.
The ancient Mayor making ceremony was conducted online, with councillors electing their new mayor from their own homes due to the lockdown restrictions.