During a meeting hosted by Graham Stuart MP, the public expressed their anger at Network Rail’s decision to close without notice the England Springs level crossing just outside Beverley, which is used by over 150 people every day.
Graham was invited to speak at the event, attended by around 50 people, through Sue Crowther, the organiser of the Open England Springs Facebook group.
In response to the completion of the Strategic Outline Business Case for reestablishing the York to Hull rail link, Graham Stuart MP, a passionate campaigner for the line for many years, is encouraging residents to share their thoughts on the Minsters Line.
The next phase of the campaign for the new Line will be an Engineering Study that will show how it would be built so that the plan for the Line can be oven-ready.
MP for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart, met the NFU and local farmers to discuss the concerns and challenges of the Farming Rules for Water. The group consisted of arable, horticultural, poultry and pig farmers.
The CADEY Committee, accompanied by their generous funders Esh Construction and Humber Aid have made a whistle-stop tour of Beverley and Holderness to pay visits to the life-saving public access defibrillators installed over the summer.
MP Graham Stuart met with Paul Coe, Chairman of the Wombles of Beverley to pay thanks for all the work they have put into preserving Beverley’s green spaces and public hotspots that people have come to depend on more during the pandemic to meet loved ones.
Graham Stuart MP, Chair of CADEY, met with CADEY committee members Nick Middleton (HEY Smile Foundation), Nicola Waudby (Humber Aid), and Warren Bostock and Jo Watson (Yorkshire Ambulance Service) to congratulate them on their hard work and inroads into covering all communities in Beverley and Holderness with publicly accessible defibrillators.
Graham Stuart MP has welcomed a revolutionary new bus strategy for the UK, which he has hailed as a chance for his constituents to finally benefit from cheaper, more reliable and more frequent bus services.
Backed up by £3 billion of funding from the Government, the strategy will formalise the relationship between East Riding of Yorkshire Council and local bus operators.
MP for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart, has sung the praises of schools across his constituency – offering his thanks to teachers, teaching assistants, governors, and parents and pupils themselves for their resilience and flexibility during the coronavirus pandemic.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has written to secondary schools in his constituency for Restart a Heart Day, which this year took place virtually.
The local MP, who is the founder of the CADEY campaign to ensure full coverage of publicly accessible defibrillators across Beverley and Holderness, is encouraging schools to apply for a free CPR kit from the British Heart Foundation (BHF) to improve awareness of the importance of knowing CPR in the event of a sudden cardiac arrest.