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A £5.2 MILLION ROCK armour scheme to protect Withernsea homes and the crucial road links is hanging in the balance. Natural England has raised concerns over sediment flow to the Humber if the scheme goes ahead.

It has previously requested further information about the plans to find out how it could affect sediment flow and what impact that would have.   ...[read more]


A RETROSPECTIVE planning application by The Park Residential Care Home in Hornsea to display a lit sign has been refused.

The care home on Cliff Road made a retrospective application to East Riding Council for the display of the static, top lit sign at the front of their premises in June.   ...[read more]


A WITHERNSEA resident has spoken of her frustration at being told there are no facilities at Withernsea Hospital when she asked for an appointment for a dressing.

The resident recently underwent day surgery for breast cancer and when it began to bleed on Sunday, it needed to be dressed.   ...[read more]

Sports News...

PATRINGTON CC First XI all but sealed second place and promotion to Division One with an impressive victory against Beverley Town III on Saturday.

Travelling to Norwood, a ground where the Holderness side have had an abysmal record of late, skipper Matthew Dixon returned to the side after the birth of his son, and Jack Todd also came back into the fold as both Sam Fuller and Ian Buss were unavailable.   ...[read more]


THE HARRIERS landed major successes on their home turf at the Hornsea Running Festival on Sunday, September 1.  ...[read more]


HORNSEA LOOKED in fine fettle in their first home game of the season defeating a hard working Withernsea side in entertaining fashion.

Hornsea took the lead after just four minutes with a try from full-back Jamie Maltas who jinked his way to the line to score out wide.  ...[read more]

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