Mike Bryan

I was born in Hedon and have lived there all my life apart from a four year spell spent in Canada in the 70s. 

So, as you can imagine, I know the South West Holderness area very well. 

Living in Canada gave me the incentive to start my own business in 1986, and this year being our 25th year I have gained a very astute business head. 

I have been on the Hedon Town Council for the past 22 years. I have represented the Town of Hedon as Mayor for two one year terms and as deputy mayor on three one year terms. 

I have been the Chairman of the Property Committee on four yearly terms and Deputy Chairman on three yearly terms, and Chairman of Finance and general Purposes Committee twice. 

I joined the Conservative Party almost five years ago, and was asked to be a candidate for Hedon at short notice in 2007. I tried hard, but was just 100 votes short, and I feel I was unprepared. 

However, over the past four years I have spent my time supporting the party, helping Graham Stuart MP in his election campaign and spending many hours ringing round improving the number of Intouch deliveries from three to 42. 

Also writing the Intouch leaflets collating with what information I could gather. 

The last delivery I organised was 6,000 leaflets. 

I helped Graham Stuart with street surgeries, learning quite a lot, also getting involved in local issues as an activist in the Hedon and Preston area. 

I have done a lot of door knocking for various candidates including Simon Reevell MP, Peter Turner, Mathew Grove as well as my own candidacy. 

I am keen to become an East Riding Councillor because I feel it is time for me to move on to the next level of the council, as this is where the decisions are made which affect this area. 

I would like to utilise my business acumen to improving communication and making residents have a better understanding of some difficult decisions which have been made.

I believe there is some fighting to be done for the South West Holderness area and I believe there are more benefits to gain for all local residents.

Working with my fellow Conservative candidate John Dennis I look forward to meeting and working with residents in the future for the good of South West Holderness.

My contact details are:

Home telephone number
01482 898542

Email
councillor.bryan@eastriding.gov.uk

Email (Personal)
mike@hedonhire.karoo.co.uk

 

 

 

 

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Brian Skow

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

John Dennis

I have been a Hedon resident since 1967, am a Chartered Surveyor by profession and run a small family business in the town.  

Sue Steel

I have lived in the area all my life and moved to Hedon in 1985. I worked for the NHS locally for 43 years and care about the services provided locally.

David Tucker

Dave Tucker works within the NHS as a Staff Nurse for Hull & East Riding Hospitals. He has also been a a local Parish Councillor in South East Holderness.

Kerri Harold

I am married to Roy and have three daughters aged 15, 13 and nine. I attended Woodmansey Primary School, where I am now a Governor, and then onto Beverley High School. I thoroughly enjoyed my school years and have always loved Beverley and all it has to offer.

David Elvidge

For those that don’t know me I am married to Janet and I have one son Alex. I am the youngest of six children and have lived and worked locally all my life. I was educated first at St Mary’s and then Longcroft School, while my further education took place at the East Riding College. I have subsequently returned to East Riding College three times to study engineering and then health and safety.