Category Archives: Youth Club

Pock Youth Club Sale – Questions

Councillor Symon Fraser, Portfolio Holder for Asset Management, Housing and Environment at the Council meeting of 12 October informed members that if a building was surplus to requirements and that those using the building could be housed elsewhere the building … Continue reading

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Give The Young Uns A Chance

Why is it when some folk get old they forget that they were young once? Let young uns be young. As old gimmers our role is to help the young and encourage them to help themselves. Some children: Are not … Continue reading

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£750,000 For Youth Club

Like many others I read in local media last December that sport and recreation in the Pocklington area was to receive over £750,000. This included: Pocklington Cricket Club: £150,000 towards the construction of a clubhouse. Pocklington Rugby Club: £150,000 towards … Continue reading

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ERYC Attempt To Silence

After the flooding in Pocklington on Boxing Day, over the course of six days, I made a handful of Freedom of Information requests. The East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) made me vexatious. The manner in which they did this … Continue reading

Posted in Flooding, Pocklington, Youth Club

Youth Club Shame

East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Pocklington Town Council brought shame on themselves, when they failed to secure the Youth Club, on New Street Pocklington, As I believe finance was available why was the Youth Club sold for development? A … Continue reading

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Educating The Tories

Posted in A1079 Roundabouts, Flooding, Leaflet, Pocklington, Stamford Bridge, Wilberfoss, Youth Club

Pocklington Provincial – Election Launch

I am delighted to launch my campaign for the Pocklington Provincial Election. I believe in people not politics. As an Independent I will follow my conscience and truly represent the local residents. I will never be driven by political masters. … Continue reading

Posted in A1079 Roundabouts, Flooding, Youth Club