On Wednesday 18th October the Office for National Statistics (ONS) published new figures highlighting how the Conservative government is getting more people into work, with unemployment at its lowest level in over four decades.
In accordance with the rules of the Conservative Party the Executive Council of the Beverley & Holderness Conservative Association met on April 20th to vote for a candidate in the forthcoming General Election on June 8th. Mr Graham Stuart was elected unanimously.
A General Meeting of the Association’s Beverley & Rural Branch was held on Tuesday 20th September to select a candidate for the East Riding of Yorkshire Council by-election in St Mary’s Ward. The by-election had been caused by the very sad and untimely death of Councillor Irene Charis.
The large chapel at Chanterlands Crematorium in Hull was the unexpected scene on Thursday 1st September for a vigorous and moving celebration of the life of East Riding Councillor Irene Amanda Grace Charis. Irene was a member of the Revive Church and the celebration was led by the Pastor Rev.
David Tucker won a hard fought by-election for the South East Holderness ward on the East Riding Council on Thursday August 4th. The by-election followed the resignation of Councillor Arthur Hodgson in June.