ON SATURDAY 6th MARCH 2010, Graham Stuart, Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness, will be holding a Street Surgery in Beverley, weather permitting.

The outdoor surgery will take place between 10am and 12.00pm, on Toll Gavel at its junction with Cross Street.

All residents are welcome to come and speak with their MP about any issues or concerns that they may have.

Beverley too far to go? Consider travelling by bus (see below) or go to Graham Stuart’s Hedon Street Surgery which is planned for the following Saturday 13th March at the Market Place from 10:30am until 12:00, weather permitting.


LOCAL HEDON FOLK might care to use the No. 242 bus service to travel to Beverley which leaves the Market Place at 9:30am. It will get you into Beverley at around 10.25am. The bus back to Hedon departs at 1.30pm giving you plenty of time to enjoy Beverley town centre.

Note: This bus service No. 242 has been requested by local folk. It has been operating for a pilot period which finishes at the end of March 2010 when a decision will be made whether the service has proved viable and useful to passengers and should continue or not.

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