Kieran Sheehan from the Beverley Party will is standing is looking to elected to Beverley Town Council in St Mary’s West Ward, alongside Nick Machen and Taz Korosec.
Beate Willar the Beverley party has hit out at the local media claiming are simply not getting the coverage afforded to those with large marketing budgets.
My name is David Sweet. Presently I’m a Beverley Town Councillor. In the elections in May I’m standing as a Labour Party candidate for the East Riding Council in the St Mary’s ward here in Beverley.
On 7 May your three Labour Party candidates for East Riding Council in St Mary’s ward are Ben Cooper, Paul McGrath and David Sweet.
Beate Willar will be standing for newest local political offering, The Beverley Party where she will be hoping to be elected as an East Riding of Yorkshire Council councillor in St Mary’s.
An opinion poll conducted by HU17.net over the past 36 hours has revealed that UKIP appear to be the front runners in Beverley.
With the news that the Grovehill Site is going back onto the market in the summer, Labour Party candidates for the Minster North ward of Beverley Town Council
The Beverley Party have released a statement ahead of the local elections without questioning who the town belongs to and also the decisions being made that are impacting the lives of the residents.
Lee Walton has expressed the importance of would-be voters attending the Hustings event that will take place at Beverley Minster on Tuesday 28th April.
On the day Margaret Pinder, Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate for Beverley and Holderness, begins her exploration of the constituency’s North Sea coast to look at the effects of erosion
Howard Tomlinson will be standing for The Beverley Party in the Minster and Woodmansey Ward and looking to get elected to the East Riding Yorkshire Council on 7 May 2015.
The financial position of East Riding schools is becoming an increasingly controversial topic in the campaign leading up to the general election on 7 May 2015.
Members of the Conservative Party, Dominic Peacock, Kerri Harold and David Elvidge who will be looking to win your vote in May talk about a range of topics that will impact local residents.
Two of the youngest candidates standing for East Riding Council in the upcoming May elections have launched a campaign to encourage young people in the East Riding to register and vote.
Ali Crompton who will be standing in the local elections in May says more should be done to engage young people saying he would look to re-open up facilities in the local area if elected.
Monday saw the publication of two important manifestoes for the local Labour Party: the first was the launch in Manchester of Labour’s national manifesto by Ed Miliband while Labour
The Green Party Manifesto, ‘For the Common Good’, will be unveiled by Green Party Leader Natalie Bennett, and Green MP Caroline Lucas, in London.