Campaign for extra NHS funding

Day after day, local people tell us that their number one issue is the state of the NHS. That’s not surprising. So many people rely on it every day. It’s vital Hull’s NHS is fit for all and gets the funding it deserves. So it's great news that the Liberal Democrats have committed to an extra £1 billion funding for the NHS in our manifesto for next year. Read more

Call for action to tackle speeding traffic on Laburnum Avenue

Campaigners are calling for action from the Council to tackle speeding traffic on Laburnum Avenue, East Hull.

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1 NOVEMBER 2014 - BEVERLEY WARD ‘BRING OUT YOUR RUBBISH DAY’

More roads in Beverley Ward are set to have a ‘Bring Out Your Rubbish Day’ on Saturday 1 November 2014. Thanks to funding secured by Cllrs Dave McCobb and Karen Mathieson, all homes in Beverley Ward should benefit from a Bring Out Your Rubbish day between mid September and the end of the year. ...

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Lib Dem campaign against new parking charges for the stadium zone a success

At today’s Cabinet meeting, Labour Councillors decided not to introduce charges of £33 for the residents’ parking zone around the Stadium, but they did not rule out introducing the charges in the future. The Cabinet once again deferred the decision on what the new parking charge scheme would be,...

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Calls for new green spaces to be opened

Pickering ward’s Lib Dem councillors are calling for green spaces at the former Tilbury School and former Bethune School sites to be opened to the public. The Council had promised to convert and redevelop the areas into new pieces of green space open to the public as part of the planning conditi...

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Derringham ward – 25 October ‘Bring out your rubbish day’

On Saturday 25th October streets in West Hull’s Derringham ward will have a ‘bring out your rubbish day’. Local councillors Eliza Mann and Cheryl Payne worked to get the ‘bring out your rubbish day’ after requests from residents in the area.  

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West Hull Customer Service Centre unlikely to happen

At a meeting of scrutiny councillors last week it was revealed that it was unlikely that West Hull would get a new Customer Service Centre (CSC) as previously promised. Last year West Hull lost its Calvert Lane CSC as part of the cuts made by the Labour administration. At the time Labour council...

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Councillor Claire Thomas calls for action on former Birds Eye site on Hessle Road

The former Birds Eye site on Hessle Road has been empty and on the market since 2006 and Birds Eye moved off the site. Birds eye have put forward two different planning applications which have both been turned down by the Council. The most recent development is that Birds Eye has put in a legal ...

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18 OCTOBER 2014 - BEVERLEY WARD ‘BRING OUT YOUR RUBBISH DAY’

More roads in Beverley Ward are set to have a ‘Bring Out Your Rubbish Day’ on Saturday 18 October 2014. Thanks to funding secured by Cllrs Dave McCobb and Karen Mathieson, all homes in Beverley Ward should benefit from a Bring Out Your Rubbish day between mid September and the end of the year.

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Claire Thomas

Prospective MP for West Hull and Hessle Councillor Claire Thomas. Claire is a long term resident of Hull who is active in her local community. Claire has been involved in many local campaigns, such as the campaigns to save Anlaby Park Library, the campaign for improvements to Gower Park, and campaign against car parking charges in Hessle. Read more