Commuted Sums Fund Three Play Area Improvement Projects

Communted Sums Fund Three Play Area Improvement Projects
June 20, 2019

Play Areas in Woodmansey Parish have been officially reopened after the completion of works. This work was funded by East Riding of Yorkshire Council as part of Commuted Sums, collected from developers of nearby housing sites.

Deer Park Way Play Area and King Street Play Area have been reopened. While the third play area Southwood Park on Princess Way is set for work to start in July.


Liberal Democrats Target ‘Weak and Wobbly’ Tories

Liberal Democrats Target ‘Weak and Wobbly’ Tories
April 6, 2019

Liberal Democrats certainly have the Weak and Wobbly Tories firmly in their sights. With the local elections just weeks away candidate lists reveal the true extent of their onslaught.

Sources with the Liberal Democrats say that they are fully committed to the election campaign while confident they can oust a number of Conservatives.


Christmas Celebration Concert @ St Mary’s Church

December 12, 2011

On Saturday 10th Decmber at 3 pm once again Bandmaster Graham Janes and his Band started the annual Christmas Celebration Concert at St Mary’s Church in aid of SSAFA Forces Help East Yorkshire. This year pupils from St Mary’s Primary School and St Nicholas Primary were joined by the Longcroft Gospil Choir. The concert has attracted more and more people each year and an estimated four hundred joined in with…


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…


Crazy CJ’s Lifestyle Project Need Your Help!

August 2, 2011

We are the Crazy CJ’s – our team consists of Cassie Wardill, Jasmin Shepherd and Chloe Emanuel. We are year 7 pupils from Beverley High School. We think the Humberside Police Lifestyle project is an excellent opportunity for local children to do something good for their community. The Crazy CJ’s decided that we wanted to make our local park at Normandy Avenue in Beverley a better place to play. A…