In early June, following a great deal of hard work from local colleges and support in Westminster from Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, it was announced that a regional network of educational institutions had been successful in their bid to become a Yorkshire and Humber Institute of Technology (IoT).
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, took part in a Speakers for Schools event at Beverley High School for the Beverley Joint Sixth Form pupils.
It’s no secret that children from privileged backgrounds with independent educations are more likely to go to a top university and thereafter dominate leading professions.
In February this year, Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, wrote to all schools in his constituency encouraging teachers to attend the UK Parliament Teacher Ambassador Programme.
Natalie Redpath, a teacher from Cherry Burton C o E Primary School, was successful in her application and she returns to the constituency with advanced knowledge of our political institutions following this unique course which ran from 1 to 3 July.
Beverley Food Festival was named the regional winner at the Countryside Alliance Awards. The achievement was celebrated by Town Clerk Helen Watson.
She says she is pleased all the hard work paid off while adding she felt honoured to be invited to the awards ceremony.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, and the founder and driving force behind the CADEY campaign convened a high-level cardiac arrest meeting.
It was for health professionals to consider the patient pathway following an Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest and highlight any weaknesses in the Chain of Survival.
A children’s nursery will bring down the curtain on its milestone anniversary celebrations with an open day to highlight the progress they have made during the last 21 years.
Educare Nursery embarked on a year of celebrations in May 2018 to commemorate its 20th anniversary with a programme of special events.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has visited Beverley Manor Nursery and Hedon Nursery.
He visited the Pre-Schools to celebrate the outstanding performance they both achieved in their Ofsted inspections.
MP Graham Stuart has met with post office bosses in a last-ditch attempt to save Beverley’s Crown Post Office from closure.
The MP for Beverley and Holderness also raised the issue surrounding other Post Offices in Hedong and Pattrington.
Hull Trains will be running two further services to and from Cottingham and Beverley after approval was granted by the Office of Rail and Road.
In addition to the 06:00 service from Beverley and the 18:48 service from London King’s Cross, Hull Trains will now extend its journey to and from Beverley on the 08:23 service from Hull and the 15:48 service from London King’s Cross.
Graham Stuart, The MP for Beverley and Holderness has congratulated two local colleges.
His comments come after both Bishop Burton College and East Riding College were successful in winning a bid to become Yorkshire and Humber Institute of Technology.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has congratulated Bilton resident Dereck Hardman, founder of the Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Club on its upcoming 300th worldwide club.
The first AFVBC was established in 2007 by Dereck Hardman and since 2014 has been growing to hundreds of associated clubs across the world.
An incentive run by MP Graham Stuart to install defibrillators in every community has received national recognition.
Mr Stuart’s CADEY campaign has already helped save lives locally. Following a meeting with top brass at the NHS they are not looking to mirror his campaign nationally.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, was delighted to visit Hull Paragon Interchange.
The MP was there to tour of a state-of-the-art Hitachi Class 802 train. These trains are due to be introduced by Hull Trains later in the year.
Feedback from the consultation and the petition in relation to the future of Beverley’s Crown Post Office will be carefully reviewed.
The Post Office has also cleared up the issue surrounding WH Smith advertising for jobs saying this normal practice.
Local policing is coming under increasing pressure as a result of a lack of funding.
While in Humberside the number of officers has gone up, those numbers are only on par as things were in 2010.
MP Graham Stuart says he is determined to do all he can to help improve the local transport infrastructure.
His comments come following a meeting with Hull Trains Managing Director Louise Cheeseman. At that meeting, the MP discusses the recent issues Hull Trains has faced.