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  • Brough Town Council receive grant for 18 green salt bins

    By Emma_Pearson at 13:14 on 18/01/12
    Elloughton-***-Brough Town Council have received a 3000 pound grant to install 18 green salt bins within our area.
    Elloughton-***-Brough Town Council has received a 3,000 pound grant from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council towards the purchase of 18 green salt bins which have recently been installed. The new green salt bins have been placed in areas which fell just outside of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council's criteria for salt bin installation. Elloughton-***-Brough Town Council have said that they will fund for the green salt bins to be...
  • Residents of Brough urge for more salt bins for the upcoming winter months

    By Emma_Pearson at 13:32 on 15/11/11
    Last year Brough and surrpunding areas were hit by awful snow. Image copyright to Keith Arthurby.
    With Brough Town Council issuing that more residents are being urged to clear snow and ice from their paths this year thanks to the government's latest snow code, locals from Brough insist they need more salt bins in the local area. According to the government's snow code, 'There is no law stopping you from clearing snow and ice on the pavement outside your home and in public spaces'. However, when speaking to resident's within...
  • Elloughton-***-Brough Councillors say 'No' to Brough South Development.

    By Emma_Pearson at 16:58 on 18/10/11
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    After the public meeting which was held last Wednesday to discuss the possible future Brough South development, Councillors of Elloughton-***-Brough Town Council voted against the 100m pound development. The meeting came to an end when a five to one vote against the development was made. The five councillors who chose to vote against the development were; Mrs Kate Brogden, Ms Rowe, Mrs Coleen Gill, Mr Anthony Busk and one further...
  • "A sure fire way to cure it- don't build on it"- Brough South Public Meeting

    By Emma_Pearson at 16:05 on 12/10/11
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    "A sure fire way to cure it- don't build on it" was just one of the comments raised by locals at yesterday's meeting to discuss the new development of Brough South if approved. A panel of local authorities sat together with the Brough community last night to discuss the development of 800 homes and retail facilities being built on land south of the railway in Brough.   Ian Hodges from Horncastle Group PLC went through...
  • Councils speak of "grave news" about job losses at BAE Systems in Brough

    By Emma_Pearson at 14:06 on 27/09/11
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    The East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Hull City Council have issued a joint statement today about the recent redundancies affecting BAE Systems in Brough. In the statement they say they are "very disappointed at this grave news of so many job losses at BAE Systems in Brough. This is devastating news for the local economy". The councils have jointly said they will work with BAE and its partners such as Job Centre Plus...

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