Graham Stuart, the local MP for Beverley and Holderness, has armed himself with a litter picker and a bin bag to take part in Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British September Clean
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has pledged his support for this year’s Great British September Clean, run by environmental charity, Keep Britain Tidy, together with East Riding of Yorkshire Council Ward Councillors for Beverley Rural, Minster and Woodmansey, South East Holderness, South West Holderness and Mid Holderness.
The annual Countryside Alliance Awards are now open to public nomination, and Graham Stuart MP is urging the local community to get nominating.
The awards focus on championing rural communities and local produce; celebrating people who go the extra mile to ensure that Britain’s food and farming industry, small businesses and traditional skills can flourish.
MP Graham Stuart has praised Fir Tree Nursery School after they were awarded an Outstanding by Ofsted.
The MP for Beverley and Holderness says the news of their achievement is fantastic for the area. He also says it is clear children who attend are receiving the best care.
Hundreds of people supported the inaugural Cherryaid concert that was staged in Cherry Burton to raise funds for the local primary school and church.
Friends of St Michael’s Church and the Friends of Cherry Burton Primary School who worked together to deliver the event say they are delighted after raising £3000.
Campaigners in Cherry Burton are celebrating after “Fairtrade Village” signs were erected by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council on each of the four roads leading into the village.
Thanks to the generous support of village-based businesses who funded the signs, the village now has visible reminders of its status for residents and visitors alike.
Businesses and organisations that employ up to 1,000 employees could be eligible for a new grant to help take on an apprentice. Until March 2013, the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) will provide up to 40,000 apprenticeship grants
Beverley & Holderness Conservatives hosted a Burn Night Supper at Bishop Burton Hall. This was the first time such an event was hosted, it was held a week early in order to secure the service of a piper who piped in the Haggis.
Pauline Greenwood hosted a gathering for members of the Beverley and Holderness Conservative Party at Burton Mount. Those there enjoyed a Canapés and drinks at the Michelin Star Bed & Breakfast on the outskirts of Beverley.
Pauline Greenwood is now taking bookings at Burton Mount Country House for businesses wishing to make a merry Christmas with their team in Five Star hospitality. Diners will now be able to book a lunch or evening meal for some of the best private dining available in East Yorkshire. Pauline Greenwood knows how to entertain her guests and makes Burton Mount a very special place to celebrate and relax. The…
Due to popular demand, Pauline Greenwood is opening up a Sunday Luncheon Club at Burton Mount Five Star Country House. Diners will now be able to book a table on Sunday’s from 12-4pm. Pauline Greenwood makes Burton Mount a very special place to enjoy a relaxing meal for 2 or bring the whole family for a celebration. The luncheon club menu price is set at £25 per head for a…
Burton Mount Country House is a Five Star venue in Cherry Burton which can be found in the Michelin Guide 2011. It provides private dining and can be flexible for any occasion from a lunch table of 8 to a wedding for 200 guests in the beautiful 2.5 acre gardens. In addition to the superb bed & breakfast facilities, the owner, Mrs Pauline Greenwood has opened up her family house…