The parliamentary constituency of Beverley and Holderness (shown red on the map) is part of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. The boundaries of the constituency were set in 1997 at the same time as the creation of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC). Its boundaries were altered slightly in 2010. Previous to this the old Beverley seat since 1563 had historically sent MPs (including the author Anthony Trollope) to Parliament.
The major towns in the constituency are the coastal towns of Hornsea and Withernsea, Hedon on the edge of the Humber, and Beverley, the administrative centre of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. There are seven East Riding wards in the constituency which cover these towns as well as the many villages and communities that surround them: Beverley Rural, Mid Holderness, Minster and Woodmansey,
North Holderness, St Mary’s, South East Holderness, and South West Holderness.
The Beverley Rural, Minster and Woodmansey, and St Mary's wards are part of the Beverley Branch Labour Party which usually meets at 7pm on the first Tuesday of every month. It will be looking for a new venue soon as its previous home -Armstrongs Social Club has sadly been sold.
The Mid Holderness, North Holderness, South East Holderness and South West Holderness wards are part of the Holderness Branch Labour Party which meets at 7pm on the second Tuesday in every month at The Old Vicarage, Ivy Lane, HEDON HU12 8BL
The Constituency Labour Party (CLP) itself usually meets on the fourth Tuesday in each month either in Holderness or in Beverley. At the moment of course, due to the pandemic, both branches and constituency meetings are held via Zoom.