Author Archives: andystrangeway

Stamford Bridge Alcohol Prohibition – Top Secret

Like myself, many Stamford Bridge residents will be surprised to discover that there is an alcohol prohibition in the village. ERYC appear to want to keep this top secret as they have failed to put up the required signs. Bridlington … Continue reading

Posted in PSPO, Stamford Bridge

ERYC – Public Spaces Protection Orders

ERYC have many Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO) across the East Riding for various reasons. I will take a close look at PSPO for Alcohol Consumption. As can be seen above there is a PSPO for Alcohol Consumption in Bridlington. … Continue reading

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Conservative Councillors – Residents Fears Confirmed

I would like to thank everyone for their kind messages of support following the recent election. Many residents, especially those in the villages, raised concerns that there would now be a revert back to the dark days of Ward Councillors … Continue reading

Posted in Conservative

Election Result – Lost By 14 Votes

I have lost the election by 14 votes. I would like to congratulate the three Conservative Candidates who will now represent Pocklington Provincial for the next 4 years. I would like to thank everyone who voted for me and the … Continue reading

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Please Remember To Vote

Every four years residents are given the opportunity to elect those who they want to represent them at ERYC. Today is election day. In Pocklington Provincial residents can vote for up to three candidates. Please remember to vote.

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Jane Finnis Coming To Stamford Bridge Library

Local author Jane Finnis will be giving a talk to the Book Group at Stamford Bridge library on Tuesday, 7 May, at 2pm, as part of National Crime Reading Month. “Friends, Romans, Murderers…”: Jane Finnis writes mysteries dealing with life … Continue reading

Posted in Stamford Bridge

London Street Safety – Kerb Stones Requested

Residents on London Street, Pocklington have contacted me to raise safety concerns with regards vehicles mounting the footpath. There is great concern for the safety for young children using the footpath walking to and from school. Although the addition of … Continue reading

Posted in Footpath, Pocklington

Graham Baverstock Exposes ERYC Shameful Conduct

Today Graham Baverstock requested that I visit him at his home so that he could update the public about his continued suffering and distress he is being forced to endure due to the failures of ERYC. How many more East … Continue reading

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ERYC Tory Councillor: Bus Stop For No Buses

Before voting on Thursday I suggest residents read about the ERYC Conservative Councillor who “is working with transport providers into installing a bus stop” despite the fact that there are no buses at said location. Conservative Councillor Kay West Why … Continue reading

Posted in Conservative, Pocklington

ERYC 2019 Election Prediction

Many are asking what is my opinion as to the outcome of next Thursdays ERYC election. Predicted Seats After Thursday I believe the 67 seats will be: Conservative – 37 Independent 16 Labour – 4 Liberal Democrat – 10 Current … Continue reading

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