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Our rationale is simple: we love Beverley and want to protect its many great qualities and assets from threats driven by commercial and other ill-
The time has come to unite and give Beverley a real voice!
There are numerous individuals and groups across Beverley and the surrounding villages campaigning against controversial council initiatives and decisions, such as
The time has come to bring all these people together, and set up a group with the ability to focus its energy directly to where it matters: to oust our existing councillors, who have been putting their would-
Local campaigner Bea Willar has been chosen to fight the up-
Bea, a teacher who lives in the heart of the ward on Central Avenue, has been jointly selected by The Beverley Party, the Green Party, the Yorkshire Party and elected members of the Independent Group on East Riding Council as their ‘Unity Candidate’.
Bea, a member of the Beverley Party, said of her selection:
“I am delighted to have been selected as a candidate for the by-
The issues in Beverley are clear to see:
My motto is a very simple one: I want to hand over this town to the next generation with a clear conscience!
I am an “ordinary” person keen to make a difference for Beverley and the people who live here. I am confident that with the help of the other parties and the independent councillors, we will succeed, and that those welded to the old ways of doing things will learn from The Beverley Party and ensure that the demand of the people of Beverley for change is reflected in the councillors we elect to ERYC.”
The Beverley Party calls for local politicians to think independently and work collaboratively, so is delighted that one of their party members is the first one to have gained wide support under this different, innovative approach to local politics in Beverley and the East Riding.
Stewart Arnold. Leader of the Yorkshire Party, said:
"This is a new way of doing politics and we are delighted to support Bea's campaign in this unique way. She won't be afraid to shine a light on some of the dark corners of the way East Riding council carries out its business. Bea will make a first class councillor for the people of Beverley."
Martin Deane of Hull and East Riding Green Party adds,
“We are proud to back Bea in St Mary’s this year. She is a hard-
Ros Jump, independent councillor on ERYC says:
“I’m supporting Bea as I know from her track record she’ll put the people of Beverley first. I’m backing Bea to break the political stranglehold and so give Beverley residents a voice.”
Finally, Gerri Scargill of the Beverley Party adds:
“We are glad that other party candidates have faith in Bea. For example, Labour’s candidate Margaret Pinder said of Bea: “She is a good egg and I absolutely respect her as a woman of integrity and commitment.”