For Brigg & Goole and the
Isle of Axholme
Please note that Andrew Percy is not currently an MP, as Parliament has been dissolved until after the General Election.

Andrew Percy MP

Andrew Attends Haxey Hood

Andrew visited Haxey earlier today to join the festivities at the Haxey Hood - England's oldest traditional tussle. Andrew reports, "I was delighted to take part in the Haxey Hood this afternoon. Unfortunately, I couldn’t stay to enjoy all of the Hood as I had to make my way down to Westminster for the return of Parliament.  "It was great to see big crowds in attendance to enjoy this fantastic Isle tradition. Best of luck to all those taking part in the sway." You can watch a video from t...

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Investment in Crowle Community Hub

Almost £300,000 will be invested in the redevelopment of the Old Market Hall off the High Street in Crowle to deliver services for adults and families from across the Isle. In addition, a special area will be created to deliver the return of a post office service, initially on part time basis, the hub will also accommodate a new library. Andrew and local Councillors, John Briggs and Julie Reed, previously saved the Old Market Hall for the community and have since worked to help secure funding f...

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Alkborough Cricket Club

Andrew recently visited Alkborough Cricket Club to officially hand over funding for the club's summer coaching sessions. Andrew reports, "I enjoyed visiting Alkborough Cricket Club to formally hand over the funding for summer coaching sessions which they ran last year. The club is planning to do the same again this year and will be seeking similar funding. The sessions introduce kids to the sport and are a great way of growing and sustaining the club. Well done to all the volunteers who keep t...

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Visit to Winterton Bowls Club

Andrew recently joined councilors Ralph, Elaine and Helen for a visit to the Winterton Bowls Club for the handover of £20,000.  Andrew reports, "Popped down to Winterton Bowls Club on Friday to formally hand over £20,000 from the North Lincs Community Pot which is going towards a new pavilion and club house. The total project is £120k. I was joined by local councillors Ralph Ogg, Elaine Marper and Helen Rowsen "We set this fund up when we took control of the Council in 2011 so that we cou...

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£4.5m Government cash for development of second M181 junction

The Government has provided £4.5m of funding for the development of a second junction on the M181.  Andrew explains, "Great news that work is now to start on this project, something I lobbied the Conservative Government to fund. Sadly, I couldn't make the photo but our new MP, Holly Mumby-Croft, did along with Councillor Josh Walsh and the Council Leader. Details are below. "Construction work will begin on a major infrastructure project after £4.5m of Government cash was approved to develop...

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Film the House Competition

Film the House is a Parliamentary‐based short film competition for students and independent filmmakers based in the UK. All entries are shared with your local MP and the final judging of the competition is carried out by industry professionals. Along with a trophy and a cash prize, prizes for the 2019 winners will include: screening of the winning films for family and friends, scriptwriting mentoring, directorial mentoring courtesy of Directors UK, and certificate of classification by BBFC ...

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Cash boost for ‘Spring in Bloom’ projects

Community groups & town and parish councils across North Lincolnshire can apply for a share of the £25,000 ‘Spring in Bloom’ funding to support their planting for Spring 2020. This is an extension of the ‘North Lincolnshire in Bloom’ scheme to support groups over the coming months. Andrew reports, "The scheme encourages communities to create planting displays to visually enhance their local community for the benefit of both residents and visitors. It promotes volunteering and provi...

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Haxey Cricket Club Funding Success

Haxey Cricket Club has secured funding thanks to help from Andrew's bid writing service.  Andrew explains, "Really delighted that we have been able to help Haxey cricket club achieve some funding thanks to the bid writing service I established to help local community groups in the constituency. "Haxey cricket club needed nearly £40k for all weather nets surfacing and security fencing to train outside of the summer season. The club raised thousands themselves, plus a personal donation, but we...

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