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HORNSEA’S Foodbank has become homeless following St Nicholas Church Parochial Church Council’s decision to end all current leases on the parish church hall from the end of March.

The foodbank has operated from the hall since its inception also utilising an area in the hall for storage. The Hornsea Foodbank also distributed bags of products to those in need in Withernsea  ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

COMMUNITY Transport in Withernsea and Easington will be highlighted at County Hall in Beverley today (Thursday).

East Riding of Yorkshire ward councillors for South East Holderness Lyn Healing and Dave Tucker will meet East Riding Councillor Jane Evison and Colin Walker, the council’s group manager for transportation services.   ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

A WITHERNSEA woman taking on the London Marathon 2019 held a virtual run and walk challenge in January, raising £160 for charity.

Felicity Travis is aiming to raise £1,700 for the charity ‘Sense’ and is taking on the 26.2 mile challenge in April. The charity helps children and adults who are deaf and blind and who have complex disabilities.   ...[read more]

   
       
 
   
       
       
 
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FOR the first time this season the weather intervened last Saturday to force postponement of both Easington’s teams’ scheduled games.

The First Team’s scheduled County Cup game at home to Driffield and the Reserves’ trip to face Hedon Rangers Academy in ER County League Division Four were postponed following morning pitch inspections. ...[read more]

   
       
   
 

FOR A change everything looked good for Sunday’s match 8 for members of the Commercial Sea Angling Club. Glorious sunshine albeit a little cool and slippery underfoot, the sea had calmed away nicely but was it one tide too soon? Only time would tell.   ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

THIS WEEK I am talking about Flash! Not only did we use a lot recently in cleaning the shop but the new range from Callaway has just come in which includes the new Epic Flash range of woods, writes Hornsea Golf Club’s Stretton Wright.

I have hit a few with the demo clubs we have, and they really are quite impressive. ...[read more]

   
         
         
         
         
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