Beverley Town Council Eye Up Acquiring Vacant School Site

Beverley Town Council Eye Up Acquiring Vacant School Site
June 18, 2019

Beverley Town Council has hit the ground running with a cross-party initiative to acquire premises that can provide administrative offices alongside facilities for the benefit of the town as a whole.

Following the first meeting of Full Council after mayor-making, members discussed the initiative and agreed that the old school buildings on St Nicholas Road could be ideal to fulfil this vision.

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Mayor Of Beverley Cllr Duncan Jack Is Worthy Choice

Mayor Of Beverley Cllr Duncan Jack Is Worthy Choice
May 21, 2019

Beverley Town Council’s Lib Dem group leader, Cllr Denis Healy has congratulated Cllr Duncan Jack on his appointment as Mayor of Beverley.

Cllr Jack will be supported by his wife Joy in the role. He replaced the outgoing Mayor, Bryan Pearson at an event held at the Beverley Guildhall.

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Pasha Has Final Laugh As ERYC Planners Are Overruled

Pasha Has Final Laugh As ERYC Planners Are Overruled
May 10, 2019

Cllr Denis Healy has welcomed the news that a local business has won their battle with East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s planning committee.

The LibDem Cllr has always supported the local entrepreneur in his quest to diversify his business. After East Riding Council reject his application, Pasha took his battle to the highest level.

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Liberal Democrats Welcome Former Labour Members Into The Fold

Liberal Democrats Welcome Former Labour Members Into The Fold
February 21, 2019

Two high profile local councillors have made the switch from Labour to the Liberal Democrats. Cllr Peter Astell and Cllr Tom Astell made the switch bringing with them a wealth of experience.

Their move has certainly been welcomed by Cllr Denis Healy. He also confirmed the pair would be contesting the Minster Woodmansey seats in the upcoming local elections. 

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Longcroft To Keep Parents Informed Of Improvement Plans Following Meeting With Cllr Healy

Longcroft To Keep Parents Informed Of Improvement Plans Following Meeting With Cllr Healy
February 4, 2019

St Mary’s Ward Councillor Denis Healy has met with the Acting Head of Longcroft School, Andy Baker, together with Longcroft pupils and teachers, following last week’s publication of the national progress scores, which revealed that Longcroft had the lowest score in the East Riding for pupil progress and below the national average.

Cllr Healy had said that parents needed to “have faith” that the school could turn round its performance. That prompted Mr Baker to contact Cllr Healy with an invitation to visit the school, to see for himself the work that is going on to get Longcroft back on track.

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Good News For Local Scout Group And Cadets Who Face Eviction

Good News For Local Scout Group And Cadets Who Face Eviction
December 28, 2018

1st Molescroft Scouts have had some good news with regard to finding a new home within the grounds of Longcroft School.

The scouts were served with an eviction notice from their current site. The notice was issued as a result of plans by the local authority that want to sell off the land for development.

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