EAST YORKS: An independent candidate campaigning to become the first Humberside police and crime commissioner is hosting a public meeting tomorrow.
Neil Eyre, an unemployed former soldier and project manager, will be at the Hessle Community Centre in The Hourne from 7pm.
He said: "I want to meet people and hear what their priorities are and what they want from a commissioner.
"I will listen to them, take on board what they say and, if I am elected, it will form part of my policing plan."
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Mr Eyre is one of seven candidates in the running for the £75,000-a-year role, which will replace Humberside Police Authority.
Elections will take place on November 15, with the commissioner starting work a week later.
CITY CENTRE: A group of support services is holding an information day to advise people on what help is available.
The Coalition of Advocacy Partners comprises groups including Age UK and the Citizens Advice Bureau.
It will hold an event at the Community Junction in Paragon Interchange on November 8 from 10am to 4pm.
HOWDEN: Families are being invited to a service to remember lost loved ones at Howden Minster.
The memorial service will take place on Sunday and will also include the dedication of the new area for cremated remains.
Candles for lost loved ones will be lit during the service, which will be held from 10.45am.
The Reverend James Little will also read aloud the names of people who have died.
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