East Riding of Yorkshire Council say they are in ongoing talks with Track and Fitness Boxing Club after it was revealed they have not been subject to rental charges for use of the gym at Burden Road.
Beverley is set to get more police officers as is Withernsea as Humberside Police responds to calls from the public about their concerns policing in the region.
Humberside Police have congratulated the thousands of young people who have spent their summer holidays working on projects to improve their communities.
The news that Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner, Matthew Grove, is to face a further shortfall of £1million in funding from Central Government over and above the “unsustainable cuts”
Independent crime-fighting Charity Crimestoppers is supporting Humberside Police in launching a campaign to tackle Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE).
Local people took the opportunity this weekend to put their names to a petition opposing cuts to Humberside police service which will see the loss of over two thirds of police stations
Leaders of East Riding’s newest ‘Neighbourhood Watch’ are delighted that Matthew Grove, Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside, has accepted their invitation to him to meet with them in November.
Beverley and Holderness MP, Graham Stuart, has contacted the recently elected Police Commissioner for Humberside, Matthew Grove, to ask for a review of new rules introduced
Matthew Grove standing on behalf of the Conservative party has been elected as the new Police Commissioner for Humberside. Currently, an East Riding of Yorkshire councillor, the Conservative candidate also runs his own business.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, is calling on people to vote in the election for the new Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside.
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Matthew Grove joined local MP Graham Stuart in Beverley as the MP held one of his regular street surgeries meeting members of the public as he continued his campaign to be elected as the new Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner.
On Saturday 1st September Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, and Matthew Grove, candidate for Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner, will be holding a Street Surgery in Beverley, weather permitting.
Ten teams of highways staff from East Riding of Yorkshire Council are carrying out repairs to the road network across the area following the big freeze. From Monday, this will increase to 14 teams as the council responds to reports of damage to the East Riding’s 3,500km (2,100 miles) of roads. Councillor Matthew Grove, portfolio holder for highways and emergency planning, said: “December’s weather was among the most severe on…
An event held in Beverley saw drivers given advice as their vehicles were checked to make sure they are safe, road-legal, insured, and properly taxed. Stop-checks were made on cars at Norwood in Beverley on Wednesday, 29 September, to help keep everyone on the East Riding’s roads as safe as possible. Councillor Matthew Grove, portfolio holder for highways and emergency planning, said: “Reducing the number of people killed and seriously…
New traffic lights at a busy junction will be switched on this Tuesday. Work to install traffic signals at the busy Jock’s Lodge Interchange where the A1079 Beverley Bypass meets the A164 between Beverley and Willerby is almost complete. The scheme has been designed to improve traffic flows at the junction with particular emphasis on allowing traffic coming off the A1079 to join the A164 safely. The signals are due…
Drivers in Beverley have been given safety advice and had their vehicles checked to make sure they are safe, road-legal and properly taxed. Stop-checks were made on cars at Norwood in Beverley on Wednesday, 1 September, to help keep everyone on the East Riding’s roads as safe as possible. Councillor Matthew Grove, portfolio holder for highways and emergency planning, said: “Reducing the number of people killed and seriously injured on…
A meeting of East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s cabinet on Tuesday, 25 May, will discuss how the council may take control of parking enforcement in the East Riding. Members of the cabinet will discuss how the council and Humberside Police can work closely together to see control of parking in the East Riding handed over to the local authority by October, 2011. If approved the proposals would see the council…