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WITHERNSEA residents are invited to a public meeting to discuss the revised NatWest planning application at the Meridian Centre, on Friday, June 7 at 6.30pm.

On May 23, The Gazette reported the planning authority, the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, had received the application from applicant Micheal Junaid to turn the former bank into retail and supported living accommodation.  ...[read more]


A HORNSEA man who encouraged three teenage girls to use cocaine in order to bribe them into giving him sexual favours has been jailed for four years.

Steven Clarke, 21, was sentenced at Hull Crown Court on Friday, May 31 after admitting attempting to supply cocaine to the girls and to sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl.  ...[read more]


A YEAR 10 student at Hornsea School and Language College (HSLC) has won the Cambridge University International Sociology Competition for 2019.

The theme of this year was sociology in everyday life and required students to submit an original photograph with a title and supporting explanation.  ...[read more]

Sports News...

HUMBLETON took to the field with a number of players missing from the previous week. Fortunately, with the seconds not having a fixture they were able to draw on plenty of experience from the second team on what looked like being a tricky fixture.   ...[read more]


PATRINGTON CC seconds travelled to Newport on an overcast and muggy day last Saturday.

The away side won the toss and elected to field. The Patrington bowlers worked really hard with the shining light for the side being Jack Eggett, who bowled a superb spell ending with figures of 7 for 59 from 10 overs.  ...[read more]


RECENTLY, our Captain’s Challenge came from Darrell Slingsby and Chris Reed, writes Stretton Wright.

Now Dave and I played quite nicely but found ourselves three down after nine.  ...[read more]

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