Wednesday 4 January 2023
HOW MUCH extra are you prepared to pay for the services of Humberside Fire and Rescue in the new financial year? That’s the question being asked in a new survey of local residents. There are four options: An increase of 22p per month (£2.69 per year) on a Band D property; an increase of 42p per month (£4.99 per year); an increase of 67p per month (£7.99 per year) or no increase at all.
As previously reported by Beverley FM, the survey follows one by the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner Jonathan Evison whose preferred option, based on a Council Tax Band D property, is an increase of £14.99 over the whole year, equivalent to 29p per week. The Humberside Fire and Rescue survey can be accessed here The Humberside Police survey survey can be accessed here
THE BEVERLEY campus of East Riding College is holding an open day on Saturday January 21 for prospective students to fund out more about full and part-time courses available, including degree courses, teacher training and apprenticeships. It takes place at the Flemingate campus between 9.30am and 12 noon – to find out more visit www.eastridingcollege.ac.uk
HUMBERSIDE Police Chief Constable Lee Freeman was awarded the King’s Police Medal for services to policing in the New Year’s Honours List. During his tenure as Chief, Humberside Police has transformed from being in “special measures”, to being graded as one of the top performing forces in the country following the most recent official inspection.