East Riding of Yorkshire Council has been forced to act after Labour activists followed up complaints from local residents about the condition of the road where they live.
Conservative MP for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart, has been forced to apologise to his constituents and Labour’s Prospective Parliamentary candidate, Margaret Pinder, in an embarrassing climb down
The news that ERYC has been allowing private emails between constituents and their councillors to be intercepted by officers must be of concern to all residents.
Creation Fine Arts Gallery in Beverley will be hosting “An Evening With Extraordinary Women” on Friday 20 February.
In the week in which figures reveal the Tory and Lib Dems’ disastrous reforms to electoral registration mean one million voters have already fallen off the electoral roll
Following the removal of the Crawberry Hill Protection Camp in Walkington, anti fracking campaigners continue to make their feelings known.
Margaret Pinder has voiced her views in regard to the Crawberry Hill Camp being dismantled by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Margaret Pinder, Labour’s Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Beverley & Holderness is holding an open meeting in Walkington on Friday 23 January to discuss the concerns of local residents for the 2015 elections.
Margaret Pindar has accused a fellow Councillor David Elvidge historical amnesia. In a striking turnabout Councillor Elvidge has announced he believes residents should be consulted
Margaret Pinder, Labour’s Prospective Parliamentary candidate for Beverley & Holderness says the current state of health services in the area are unacceptable.
Labour’s George McManus says that East Riding of Yorkshire Council is not doing enough to defend local people and the environment from industrialisation.
It’s the question most people have asked in advance of Beverley Labour Party’s Burns Night fundraiser on January 24th 2015.
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”
Beverley Labour party is pleased to announce that, following the interventions of Town Mayor Councillor Paul McGrath and Councillor Margaret Pinder
This week Graham Stuart, MP voted against a new cross-party clause to the Small Business Bill which offered new protections for local publicans against the predatory practices of large pub owning companies
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
Today saw the Beverley Georgian Festival come to a brilliant. Mid-morning the Arbeau troupe in full 18th cent. costumes began to dance beside the Market Cross.