Brian Skow

I am married with two grown up children and have lived and worked in Holderness all my life.

I have now retired, having been an insurance broker in the area for a number of years, during which time I was lucky enough to have the opportunity of meeting many of the residents of Holderness in their homes and on the phone.

It is a great honour for me to represent the Mid-Holderness ward as a Conservative Councillor..

This often involves bringing together different community groups to develop a case for change and for a better future.

I gain a huge amount of satisfaction from helping ward members who are dissatisfied with a particular council service.

Together with my fellow ward councillors, Jacob Birch and John Holtby, I work hard to make Mid-Holderness a better and safer place to live and work.

If you have any issues or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me.

My contact details are:

Home telephone number
(01964) 613035

Mobile Number
07815 881708

Email
councillor.skow@eastriding.gov.uk

Email (Personal)
brian.skow@sky.com

See Also

Lyn Healing

Lyn Healing has represented South East Holderness as Councillor and is well known, respected and active within the Ward and throughout the East Riding. Lyn works hard on your behalf to ensure that you and your family have access to the best Schools, Health, Highways and Social Care.

David Tucker

Dave Tucker lives locally in Easington, and is proud to be a member of the South East Holderness community. Dave has been a Ward Councillor since 2016 and is a local Parish Councillor. In his professional life Dave works as a Staff Nurse in the NHS.

Paul Whitehead

Paul Whitehead is a respected member of the South East Holderness community and a local businessman within Withernsea. He and his wife run the Castle Cafe on Pier Street in Withernsea and employ local residents in the business.

Paul Nickerson

I’ve lived in East Riding for most of my life and was born in Beverley. 

In 2019 I was humbled to be sent by the people of Minster & Woodmansey Ward to represent them at County Hall.