East Yorkshire MP to Help Raise Funds For Armed Forces Charities

September 16, 2011

Tomorrow Graham Stuart will participate in a Cyclothon for charity to help benefit the armed forces. Graham will be competing on a team representing the Defence School of Transport, a residential driver training school, as they battle against the Tesco store in Beverley. The Defence School of Transport team will be participating on behalf of four service related charities including the Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity, the RAF Benevolent…


MP & Councillors Meet Members of The Community

September 10, 2011

On the afternoon of Friday 9th September Councillors David Elvidge, Kerri Harold and Dominic Peacock were joined by Graham Stuart MP on the Swinemoor Estate. Vicky Bolton from the Beverley Local Action Team also attended with a representative from EastRiding of Yorkshire Council Housing and Tenant participation. This event generated a great deal of interest and by design or luck also enabled us to engage with the school run from…


MP Joins Councillors in Street Surgery on Beverley’s Swinemoor Estate

September 9, 2011

Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, will be attending the street surgery organised by ward councillors at 2.30pm on today, Friday September 9th. The local ward councillors, David Elvidge, Dominic Peacock and Kerri Harold will be answering questions from residents of the Swinemoor Estate between 2.30 and 5.00pm, alongside their local MP. The surgery will take place outside “Swinemoor Chat” on Sammam Road. All residents are welcome to come…


Council Reward Hard Work

September 6, 2011

Woodmansey Parish Council’s newly elected chairwoman, Kerri Harold, presented vouchers to the Lifestyle team Crazy CJ’s. As previously reported on our website the girls, Cassie Wardill, Jasmin Shepherd and Chloe Emanuel have been working hard over the summer holidays cleaning up their local play park at Normandy Avenue in Beverley. Initially they picked up litter and filled over 17 bags of refuse from the park. The second stage of their…


Meet Your Councillors & MP

September 5, 2011

On Friday 9th September between 2:30 and 5:00 pm all three East Riding Ward Councillors for Minster and Woodmansey, Kerri Harold, David Elvidge & Dominic Peacock will be joined by Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart on the Swinemoor Estate, they will be outside “Swinemoor Chat” on Samman Road. Councillors David Elvidge, Keri Harold and Dominic Peacock are eager to give residents a chance to talk over issues affecting them…


Healthy Living Event @ The Beverley Leisure Centre

August 24, 2011

East Riding of Yorkshire Councils detached team held an event at the Beverley Leisure Centre Skate Park. The event which was aimed at 13 – 17 year olds featured a number of activities including a 6-a-side football competition and the Kit Kat challenge. The Mayor of Beverley Peter Astell, Cllr David Elvidge and Cllr Kerri Harold were also at the event which was held t6o help encourage young people to…


MP & Councillors Visit Swinemoor

July 25, 2011

On Friday 22nd July I (David Elvidge) joined Graham Stuart MP and my colleague, fellow Cllr Kerri Harold to meet with residents on the Swinemoor Estate in Beverley to discuss issues that affect their everyday lives and that of their friends and neighbours. We walked to the all weather pitch and the residents seemed glad to be reassured that very soon the all weather pitch would become the responsibility of…


Yorkshire Racing Festival Comes To Beverley

July 18, 2011

The Yorkshire Racing Summer Festival came to Beverley this Monday evening. Poor weather throughout the day threatened to cast a shadow on the final evening meeting of the season though by 6pm the skies had cleared and the sun was shining through what little cloud remained. For those who had made it to Beverley Racecourse they got to enjoy a thrilling evening of racing. On the track Silvestre De Sousa…


Local Action Team Committed To Local Communities

June 2, 2011

Beverley’s Local Action Team (LAT) will give Beverley residents their chance to influence and determine policies and services relevant to the town at their latest meeting next Thursday (9 June). The Beverley Local Action Team is chaired by new East Riding of Yorkshire Council councillor and former Beverley Town mayor David Elvidge, his first major committee role since he was elected in Minster and Woodmansey last month. The purpose of…


Ginny Vorwerg New Chair of Beverley Ladies Circle

May 24, 2011

New Beverley Ladies Circle chair Ginny Vorwerg was welcomed into her new role last night at Cerruti 2 restaurant. Members also voted in a new committee and, as is tradition, gave presents to Ginny and her committee members. Outgoing chair Diane Holmes was thanked for her efforts in the role, and as the evening closed and the meal finished, the ladies enjoyed a ‘The Price Is Right’-themed game show to…


David Elvidge: I’m Amazed By Public’s Support

May 6, 2011

New East Riding of Yorkshire Councillor David Elvidge admitted he was overwhelmed by the level of support that swept him into office in the Minster and Woodmansey Ward. David, 48, took the decision to stand in the county council elections after spending four years on the Beverley Town Council – one as Mayor. A born-and-bred Beverlonian, David cut a nervous figure at Beverley Leisure Centre as the votes were counted…


Kerri: Now That’s What I Call An Election!

May 6, 2011

A delighted Kerri Harold hopes to use her next four years on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to help deliver improved services, while providing the taxpayer with greater value. Kerri was elected for a second four-year term, along with county council newcomer David Elvidge and Dominic Peacock, after a tense few hours of counting at Beverley Leisure Centre today. She initially thought she and her fellow Conservative candidates were…


Conservative Candidates Joined by MP & Student On Election Day

May 5, 2011

Local Conservative Candidates in the Minster and Woodmansey Ward, David Elvidge, Kerri Harold and Dominic Peacock were out early to rally support for the local election and as always put themselves forward to discuss local issues. They were joined by Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart and Connor Ferguson a student from Longcroft School and Performing Arts College. Graham Stuart once again stressed the importance of people making the effort…


Kerri Harold: Passionate about Beverley and Woodmansey

May 4, 2011

Just a reminder that Thursday 5th May is the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Election day. Once again I ask for your support. I am still as passionate about Beverley and Woodmansey as I ever was, even more so now that I have seen what can be achieved when you try. Give me your vote and I promise to you is to do all I can to improve services for…


Local Politics

MP For Beverley & Holderness – Graham Stuart Graham is dedicated to helping all those constituents who come to him for assistance. Write to Graham at: Graham Stuart MP House of Commons London SW1A 0AA 0207 219 4340 graham@grahamstuart.com Constituency Office: 9 Cross Street Beverley HU17 9AX 01482 679 687 01482 861667 East Riding of Yorkshire Councillor’s For Beverley, East Yorkshire Beverley Rural Ward Bradley Birmingham – The Conservative Party…

April 27, 2011

Local Elections: Kerri Harold, Minster Woodmansey

April 23, 2011

Hi, my name is Kerri Harold, I have been married to Roy for nearly 18 years and have 3 lovely daughters Beth, Georgia and Brittany. I am Beverley born and bred and attended Woodmansey Primary School, ( where I am now proud to be a Governor) and then onto Beverley High School. I had a year at Hull College on their hairdressing course, but changed career course after being told…


Michael Gove MP Visits St Nicholas School

April 12, 2011

Conservative candidates for the Minster and Woodmansey Ward met with Secretary of State for eduction Michael Gove MP and Graham Stuart MP when Michael visited St Nicholas School in Beverley. Cllr Kerri Harold questioned the Secretary of State about several issues including the funding for pupils in the East Riding which under the last government was allowed to slip well below the national average. Also raised was the good work…


Don’t Miss The Chance to Vote

April 7, 2011

East Riding residents are reminded to make sure they are on the electoral register so that they do not miss out on the chance to vote in the local elections taking place on Thursday, 5 May. It is not possible to vote without being on the electoral register and the deadline for registering in time for the May elections (including the town/parish council elections and the national referendum on the…