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THE boss of Withernsea’s Shores Centre wants the public to share her lifestyle challenge to become fitter and healthier. Its chief executive officer Jayne Nendick has volunteered to take part in a 12-week health and wellbeing journey for BBC Radio Humberside’s Get Up and Get Out campaign.

Over the next 12 weeks Jayne will be challenging herself to take on new activities, spurred on by a personal goal to lose weight. At the same time she hopes to inspire local residents to get out and find out what activities groups are offering locally. ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

A HORNSEA holiday park is appealing for help to reduce the rate of erosion south of Hornsea after a 50 metre crack appeared in the cliffs.

Longbeach Leisure Park located at the south end of Hornsea is partially protected by sea defences. However, where these stop the cliff is eroding at a fast rate.   ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

HORNSEA Youth Club has found a new permanent home in the centre of the town.

A spokesperson for the youth club management team said: “We are excited to take possession of the keys to unit four at 140 Newbegin on March 26.”   ...[read more]

   
       
 
   
       
       
 
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EASINGTON UNITED completed a second successive home win to move up to seventh in the Humber Premier League Division One table.

The Eastenders registered a 5-2 win over Hall Road Rangers Reserves at a breezy Low Farm....[read more]

   
       
   
 

HULL KINGSTON Rovers made a welcome return to winning ways at the Mobile Rocket Stadium last Sunday as they managed to get the better of Wakefield Trinity, winning 10-6 in a game played in fairly atrocious conditions.

With strong winds and persistent rain falling prior to kick-off, this was always going to be a real battle and with the pitch deteriorating throughout the game, fastflowing attractive rugby was never really on the agenda.  ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

THE SUN came out for the first Veterans Day for BP RUFC, there were lots of familiar faces down offering big support from the touchline, writes Tom Smith.

BP RUFC played Hornsea RUFC in the first veterans’ fixture. The first half was a very close fought affair with Hornsea starting the stronger of the two teams scoring the first try through their captain Gareth Laycock. ...[read more]

   
         
         
         
         
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