Member of Parliament for
Brigg & Goole and the
Isle of Axholme

Andrew Percy MP

More Scrubs Delivered to Local NHS

Andrew has provided a further update on the delivery of scrubs on his Facebook page. Andrew wrote: "I was back serving in my role as delivery driver for the brilliant The Marshlands Sewing Brigade group on Friday. This time scrubs were dropped once again to the Bartholomew Medical Group (where one of the team was already wearing a set of the scrubs from last drop) and this time I also did a delivery to Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust specifically the Queen's Cancer Centre at Castle...

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Snaith and Cowick Flooding – Further Update

Andrew has provided the below update regarding the flooding in Snaith and Cowick. Andrew said, "As referenced earlier in the week, I have copied below further information I have received from the Environment Agency on the Snaith and Cowick flooding issue. "   Managing flood risk on the lower River Aire    The Environment Agency has remained operational throughout the restrictions we all face during the Coronavirus emergency and we have adapted how we work in line with government guidanc...

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Funding Success for Outcasts Cricket Club and Crowle Men’s Football Club

Andrew recently provided an update on funding that he and Community Support Manager Julie Reed helped secure for the Peatland Heritage Railway project and Crowle Boxing Club. Andrew has provided a further update on funding that has been secured for Outcasts Cricket Club and Crowle Men’s Football Club. Andrew explains, "For Outcasts Cricket Club, £17,582 has been secured via the SSE Windfarm. This funding will go towards the purchase of new matting for winter cricket nets, which were vandalis...

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Snaith and Cowick Flooding Update

Andrew has provided the below update regarding flooding in Snaith and Cowick on his Facebook page.  I had a useful briefing with the Environment Agency (EA) earlier today to update me on the Snaith and Cowick flooding issue. I’ve summarised some bullet points below, but residents can rest assured that I am continuing to prioritise this issue and will continue to do so.    In summary: 1The EA are engaging with the formal section 19 inquiry which is being led by East Riding. This inquiry ...

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Imagination Library Further Update

Andrew has provided the following update on the Imagination Library on his Facebook page.    Following my post from a couple of weeks ago, I am pleased to report that we have added nearly 70 children from the Goole and Snaith area to the under-5s free book gifting scheme I run locally. Under-5s in North Lincs of course are all entitled to these books thanks to North Lincs Council funding the service. I fundraise all of the money for the Goole and Snaith Dolly Parton Imagination Library ...

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Covid-19 Snake and 4R Planning Update

Andrew provided the following Facebook update on the Covid-19 snake on Western Road, and on the 4R planning application. You can find Andrew's Facebook page online here:   Loved seeing the Covid-19 snake on Western Road whilst delivering some shopping to older residents in the area. What a great idea and a really fab way of giving people something positive to focus on. Well done to the kids who came up with the idea. In other news the planning ...

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Community First Responder Volunteers - Register Your Interest

Andrew has provided the following update on the Community First Responder scheme with the Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS).  Andew explained on Facebook: I am spending much of today on duty as a Community First Responder in the Yorkshire Ambulance Service first responder scheme I set up for the Goole, Hook and Airmyn area sum 8 years ago. As volunteer First Responders we are fully trained by the Ambulance Service and attend serious incidents such as cardiac arrests, strokes, diabetic colla...

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Scrubs and Books Delivered to Hospital

Andrew has once again been delivering NHS scrubs that have been sewed by the Marshland Sewing Brigade. Andrew reports, "The Marshland Sewing Brigade have had another incredibly busy week sewing more scrubs for our local hospital trust. I promise they aren't all locked in some sort of basement sweat shop, they are just really dedicated and are turning out scrubs at quite the rate. "As their delivery driver I was dispatched this morning to deliver them to Scunthorpe Hospital for use across the ...

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