Wednesday 21 April 2021
The police have said they are generally pleased with the way Beverley and East Riding residents have been conducting themselves under the latest stage of relaxed restrictions. Chief Superintendent Darren Wildbore told Beverley FM that they did see some incidents and warned that patrols will continue to monitor hot spots throughout the area over the coming weeks. He emphasised that adhering to the guidelines to prevent the spreading of the virus must remain a top priority. For more information on the current guidance, this is available on the Government website here.
Residents will be able to quiz the candidates currently standing for Police and Crime Commissioner in our area as they set out their plans for policing ahead of next month’s election. The Neighbourhood Network is holding a special online event tomorrow evening at 6.30pm. To reserve your place at the event and forward a question for consideration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org You can find more information on the candidates standing in our area, the role of a PCC, and download a PDF booklet of the candidate’s statements by entering your postcode at www.choosemypcc.org.uk
Beverley Town Council is encouraging residents to raise any issues they may have at an open online event next Wednesday 28th April. The Beverley Parish Meeting will be chaired by the town’s Mayor and members of the public who reside within the Council’s boundary will be able to ask questions via zoom or just watch on You Tube. Full details on the Beverley Town Council website.