A Christmas Message From Your St Mary’s Ward Councillors

A Christmas Message From Your St Mary’s Ward Councillors
December 25, 2019

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.

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Liberal Democrats Are Only Choice For Those Wanting To Stop Brexit

Liberal Democrats Are Only Choice For Those Wanting To Stop Brexit
November 1, 2019

Liberal Democrats say they are the only party for people wanting to put a stop to Brexit. Following the news that a general election will be held on 12 December, the Liberal Democrats have made their position clear.

They are now urging people in Beverley& Holderness to back them if they want to put a stop to the fiasco that is Brexit.

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Nature Project Funding Boost Welcomed By Cllr Denis Healy

Nature Project Funding Boost Welcomed By Cllr Denis Healy
August 19, 2019

News that Beverley Town Council has been awarded funding to deliver a nature-based project has been welcomed by Cllr Denis Healy.

Beverley Town Council has secured £17,000 in commuted sums. This cash will be used to develop a nature trail. It will feature information boards, trails, bat boxes and also benches.

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Signals Failure At North Bar Caused By Faulty Switch

Signals Failure At North Bar Caused By Faulty Switch
July 19, 2019

Issues surrounding the outage of the North Bar Traffic Signals has been attributed to a faulty switch.

Cllr Denis Healy took on the issue after he received a number of complaints from local residents. Since taking on the issue he has been given a response from the council with regard to the issue.

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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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