Stuart Addy

North Holderness

I grew up in Hornsea and went to Bridlington Grammar school. I worked in the summers for Bill Underwood both in Hornsea and Aldborough.

I enlisted in the Army in 1968 and served for 36 years as a logistician, change director and strategic planner rising from Apprentice Tradesman to Colonel in rank. I left the Army in late 2004 from the post of Director of Operations in a Defence organisation based in Dorset.

I am married to Shelagh who works voluntarily for the RBL and RNLI and we have one son. We stayed in the South from 2005 to 2012 while our son finished his education. When he left for Imperial College, we were free to move home.

In that time, I founded and directed a consulting company specialising in change management, logistics and innovation. On coming home, I worked for two years as a project director for 2 international companies before opening a second consultancy company which I ran from home.

Throughout my working life, I maintained close links to Hornsea because of family ties and my love of the area and spent at least a fortnight of my Army leave in Hornsea most years. So strong were those ties and memories that I decided I could not actually live in Hornsea but, I had to be close enough to be here on a regular basis and, I am in the town and surrounding villages at least twice a week.

I am a part time researcher for a PhD at the University of Hull and am a keen environmentalist, gardener and golfer. In the latter field I am the volunteer Chairman and Financial Director of Driffield Golf Club.

Special areas of interest

There are 789 new homes to be built in Hornsea by 2028. I believe that developers should contribute to infrastructure that matches the needs of an expanding community and that their contribution should be as ‘up front’ as possible.

I strongly support a secure future for the hospital, especially with the planned increase in population. That also means support for Hornsea First Aid until the hospital services are restored to meet the needs of the town.

I believe that there should be NHS dental access in the area.

The town centre is the heart of the community and needs support as infrastructure changes.

Rural areas need good services in terms of transport, broadband, mobile library and if possible mobile bank visits. I will support and campaign improving those services.

Ensuring access to cash in Newbegin after the closure of the town’s last bank. A campaign that, with the help of Graham Stuart MP, brought a new ATM to the Co-op store. Stage two is hopefully to make the facility a true ‘hole in the wall’ when the Co-op renovation takes place.

Stuart Addy

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