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The proposal to build a 152-home retirement village at Castleton Farm has been appealed by developer Goldcrest Communities Ltd to the Scottish Government despite being unanimously rejected by your locally-elected representatives. Councillor Craig Hoy, your Holyrood candidate for next year’s election, and North Berwick Ward Councillor Jeremy Findlay have joined forces to call on the...

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Craig Hoy is calling for a renewed and concerted cross-agency effort to tackle Anti-Social Behaviour and to put vulnerable young people “back on the right path”. Craig says too many residents in East Lothian are affected by Anti-Social Behaviour and he wants the council to work more closely with Police and other agencies to tackle the...

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Scottish Conservative and Unionist Councillor Craig Hoy is to seek East Lothian Council’s support for a range of new measures to assist the Countryside Ranger Service deal with an “unprecedented” increase in the number of campers along the county’s coastline.   Following a summer during which the Ranger Service was severely stretched, Mr Hoy has thanked...

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Following disappointing news that TSB is to close its branch in North Berwick, local Scottish Conservative & Unionist Councillor Jeremy Findlay and Holyrood candidate Craig Hoy have spoken out against the decision. Councillor Findlay says he will be writing to the Chief Executive of TSB, Debbie Crosbie, to demand that the bank reverse its decision, which follows...

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Scottish Conservative and Unionist candidate for East Lothian, Craig Hoy, has backed plans that will see pupils given free breakfasts and lunches at primary schools across East Lothian. Craig says the plans, which were unveiled in a policy paper by party leader Douglas Ross, will see an extension of free school meals to every East...

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In recent months a number of issues, from parking to Anti-Social Behaviour, have arisen in Haddington Town Centre. With unpopular plans for a new car park at Whittingehame Drive having been scrapped, we now have an opportunity to pause for thought and to look short, medium and long-term at the future of the town centre....

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UK Work and Pensions Minister Guy Opperman MP has visited East Lothian where he met local firms investing in future jobs and growth and gave his support to Craig Hoy’s Holyrood campaign. The Minister joined Craig at PureMalt in Haddington where they met with Deputy Managing Director Ross Turner and toured the production facility. He later visited...

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Scottish Conservative and Unionist candidate Craig Hoy has strongly backed leader Douglas Ross’s plans to “Power up Scotland” and kick-start the economy in Lothians and the South of Scotland. The move came as Mr Hoy welcomed UK Work and Pensions Minister Guy Opperman to East Lothian where the duo visited local business to see how they are investing in...

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Published by Sarah Russell on behalf East Lothian Conservative and Unionist Association, 4 Church Street, Haddington EH41 3EX