People

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.

Kevin Beaumont

Kevin Beaumont is the son of a University Lecturer and Baptist minister and was born in the West Riding of Yorkshire. He has been involved in the Scouts movement from a teenager until his late 20s. In his 30s he worked for a specialist Deaf School and ultimately as Chair of Finance.

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. 

David Elvidge

David Elvidge was first elected to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council representing the Minster & Woodmansey Ward in 2011 following time on Beverley Town Council where he served as Mayor in 2009 – 2010.

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.  

Kerri Harold

Kerri Harold is proud to have represented the Minster and Woodmansey Ward since 2007, particularly as it is the area where she was born and raised. She is married to Roy and has 3 daughters. All her family have attended schools in Beverley.

John Holtby

John Holtby has lived in Skirlaugh and in the East Riding of Yorkshire for all his life. He is an arable and livestock farmer on the farm where his family has farmed since 1890. He was High Sheriff of the area in 2011/12.

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.

Paul Nickerson

Paul Nickerson was born in Beverley Westwood Hospital and has lived in the area all his life. He runs his own small Digital Media business and is a volunteer director of a social enterprise that helps care leavers and other vulnerable people.

Jackie Cracknell

I have lived in South East Holderness for many years, and been an active member of the Roos Parish Council for the last four years, where I have taken on lead roles in emergency planning and fighting for local democracy.Locally I have represented community groups and parishioners. I have raised my profile through the local media and have had a regular slot on Radio Humberside speaking about local issues.