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Member Details


Local Action Group (LAG)

The LAG members below form a partnership that is responsible for rolling out the Programme in the Area in accordance with the approved Local Development Strategy.

Please see 'roles and responsibilities', and 'Governance' for more information.

A table containing LAG member details:
 Organisation  Name Anticipated Nature of Involvement 

East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Cllr Andy Burton

Accountable body

Bishop Burton College

Jeannette Dawson

Wider RDPE, skills

Business Link

Sally Steadman

Wider RDPE, business and social enterprise skills and development

Driffield and Hedon Navigations

Mike Dunne

Waterways

Driffield Agricultural Society

David Tite

Agriculture

East Riding Artists / Pocklington Arts Centre

Hillary Angle

Key communication channel - local artists and creatives

East Riding Cultural Partnership

Arthur Hodgson

Key communication channel to community and strategic link to key agencies (LSP sub group)

East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Claire Watts

Key skills, match funding & key communication channel

East Yorkshire Historic Churches Trust

Revd Stephen Cope

Key communication channels - Rural Anglican Churches of the Archdeaconry of the East Riding

East Riding Market Towns Network

Jane Crossley

Key communication channels - Market Towns partnerships of the East Riding

East Riding of Yorkshire Rural Partnership

Karen Wood

Key communication channels and strategic links - 'the distinctively rural broker'. Rural proofing

East Riding of Yorkshire Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

Chris Oxtoby

Key communication channels - agriculture and youth

East Riding of Yorkshire and Kingston on Hull Joint Local Access Forum 

Dr Peter Ayling 

Key communication channels - user groups (the Ramblers Assoc, Equestrian, Cycling etc,.). Land owners and managers. 

East Yorkshire Wolds Tourism Partnership 

John Brown 

Key communication channel - area based partnership. Tourism / East Yorkshire Wolds 

Filey Chamber of Trade

Kim Wood

Key communication channel - business 

Filey 4 Wards 

Kath Wilkie 

Key communication channel - community and 3rd sector Filey and hinterland 

Growing Routes 

Fenella Gilliat 

Skills and business and social enterprise development. Wider RDPE 

Howden Civic Society 

Charlotte Hursey 

Heritage. Key communication channels - Howdenshire community and 3rd sector orgs

Humber Rural Board 

Colin Walker

Key communication channels and strategic links to the sub region and the wider RDPE

Independent business 1 

Peter Sykes 

Business 

Independent business 2

Gordon Shields 

Business 

Malton and Norton Area Partnership

Andy MacDonald

Key communication channel - community and 3rd sector area partnerships 

Museums Libraries Archives Yorkshire 

Michael Turnpenny 

Rural Heritage and Museums sectors 

NFU

Graham Ward

Agriculture and land management

North Yorkshire County Council

Jochen Werres 

Key communications channel - local authority

North Yorkshire Rural Partnership 

Board to nominate

Key communications channel - rural activists

Ponds for People

Hugh Roberts 

Wetlands and environment

Rural Arts North Yorkshire

Angela Hall

Community Artists and culture

Ryedale District Council

Jane Johnson

Key communications channel - local authority

Ryedale Voluntary Action

Andrea Hobbs

Key communication channel - community and 3rd sector area partnerships

Scarborough Borough Council

Liz Dowson

Key communication channel - local authority

Southern Area Cluster

Aileen Newbury

Key communication channel - community and 3rd sector area partnerships

Sustainable Communities and Transport Action Group

To be appointed

Key communication channel to community and strategic link to key agencies. (LSP sub group)

Sustainable Natural Environment Task Group

David Renwick

Key communication channel to community and strategic link to key agencies. (LSP sub group)

The National Trust

Marianne Blaauboer

Heritage

The HEYwoods Initiative

Stephen Robinson

Woodland and heritage

Humber and Wolds Rural Community Council

Angela Wilkinson

Key communication channel - Yorkshire Rural Community Council, community led planning etc,.

The RSPB

Ian Kendall

Environment and Biodiversity

The Sobriety Project (at the Waterways Museum & Adventure Centre)

Bob Watson

Key communication channel - waterways

University of Hull - Department of Geography

Dr Lewis Holloway

Local food sector development. Key communication channel - academics

Visit Hull & East Yorkshire DMO

Andy Gray

Tourism

The Wolds Action Group

Pauline Reeve

An emerging Yorkshire Wolds community group covering both North and East Yorkshire villages.

Yorkshire Country Houses Partnership

Dr Gerardine Mulchay

Key communication channel - built heritage, culture and tourism

Yorkshire Mills Group

Geraldine Mathieson

Community heritage & culture

Yorkshire Wolds Buildings Preservation Trust

Dr David Neave

Community built &  cultural heritage

Yorkshire Wolds Way Project

Malcolm Hodgson

Natural environment & tourism

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

Jon Trail

Natural environment and biodiversity


 

Decision Making Board (DMB)

Below are the members of the Decision Making Body (DMB) which is a subset of the LAG with the specific role of decision making on funding.

A table containing DMB member details:
Organisation  Name  Brief description

East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Cllr Andy Burton

Accountable Body. Local Authority – Unitary

East Riding Artists / Pocklington Arts Centre

Hillary Angle

East Riding Artists supports and encourages artists  through a programme of events, opportunities and networking. It aims to raise the profile and promote economic growth within the creative community. Pocklington Arts Centre is a nationally recognised model of community owned cultural space.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Claire Watts

Accountable Body. Local Authority – Unitary

East Yorkshire Wolds Tourism Partnership

John Brown

A community tourism partnership aimed at promoting joint working between 3 market towns to improve their tourism offer.

Filey 4 Wards

Kath Wilkie

A social enterprise  working towards the economic, social and environmental regeneration of the southern area of the North Yorkshire Coast . Providing a number of community services including; use of ITC equipment; capacity building programmes and the production local plans for Filey and the villages in the surrounding areas.

Howden Civic Society

Charlotte Hursey

As a voluntary organisation, Howden Civic Society has for more than thirty years acted as a watchdog on all developments in the town. Its principal task is to monitor proposals which might impact on the historic core and traditions of Howden.

NFU

Graham Ward

The National Farmers' Union represents the farmers and growers of England and Wales. Its central objective is to promote successful and socially responsible agriculture and horticulture, while ensuring the long term viability of rural communities.

North Yorkshire County Council

Jochen Werres

Local Authority - County

Rural Arts North Yorkshire

Angela Hall

Rural Arts North Yorkshire is an arts charity based in the Old Courthouse in Thirsk, providing an extensive outreach programme of taster sessions, workshops, courses and projects in visual and performing arts across the whole of the County of North Yorkshire.

Ryedale District Council

Jane Johnson

Local Authority - District

Scarborough Borough Council

Liz Dowson

Local Authority - Borough

The Humber and Wolds Rural Community Council

Angela Wilkinson

Humber and Wolds Rural Community Council is a registered charity working in the villages and smaller rural communities throughout East Riding of Yorkshire, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire. One of 38 Rural Community Councils, which together cover the whole of England and form the Rural Community Action Network (RCAN). This is headed up by Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE), who form our collective national voice.

The RSPB

Ian Kendall

The RSPB is the UK charity working to secure a healthy environment for birds and other wildlife, helping to create a better world for us all. We work for the conservation of wild birds, other wildlife and the places in which they live in a wide variety of ways.

The Sobriety Project (at the Waterways Museum & Adventure Centre)

Bob Watson

The Yorkshire Waterways Museum offers an extensive collection which tells the story of the Port of Goole, the transportation of coal, the lives of barge families, and the boat building tradition of our ancestors.

The economic and social purpose of the Museum is to be an attraction and archive for visitors and to offer friendship, dignity and training to disadvantaged people to enable them to gain the skills and confidence to be economically and socially active.

The Wolds Action Group

Pauline Reeve

An emerging community group concerned with issues facing remote rural villages and hamlets across the Yorkshire Wolds facilitated jointly by Humber & Wolds and the Yorkshire Rural Community Councils.