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litter at bay HORNSEA showed it has a big heart when 300 people turned out for last Sunday’s Big Beach Clean.

Around 250 bin bags of rubbish were removed from the beach as well as a large number of lobster pots, tyres, ropes and other large items washed up on the shore.  ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

A BRAND new £30,000 toddler play park has been officially opened, just nine months after Easington Youth Club embarked on its fundraising mission. Last July the youth club in Beck Lane, pledged to replace the play park’s 15-year-old equipment, creating a safer environment for the village’s children.

Phase one to refurbish the toddler play park attracted a £25,000 cash injection from the Big Lottery Fund with gas sites Centrica and Perenco also donating and local fundraising spearheaded by the youth club raising the additional cash.  ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

INTREPID Emily Sennett from Roos is all set for her second London Marathon which will be her sixth marathon in a year. Emily, 20, is currently based in Portsmouth with the Royal Navy and will run the 26.2 miles on Sunday, but it will be a totally different experience to her run last year.

“After running the London Marathon 2017, in combat boots and combat trousers in memory of a friend, I decided I would carry on running and the aim was to run six marathons in 12 months.  ...[read more]

   
       
 
   
       
 
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THIS WEEK The great Olympic Outlaws took on Grandale at home. The team this week consisted of Kyle, Lee, Alex, Ian, Brett and Tom, all this week looking to make a statement and stamp their authority on the league, writes Shaun Hardy.

Up first was Sonic and Woolly Bully. Lee and Kyle were both on good form and were looking favourites going into this week’s match.  ...[read more]

   
       
   
 

THE HOLDERNESS Vikings U16s won a hard-fought battle 20-18 against Keighley Albion on Sunday.

It started all so well for the young Vikings, in just their second attack with Francis Coggle going over for the first try of the game, making the score 4-0. That was as good as it got for the home side, giving away possession time and time again, through penalties and knocking on. ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

AFC PRESTON Ladies have had a fantastic season so far and they are in two upcoming cup finals and will hopefully win the East Riding County Women’s Football League Division One again this year, following their success in the 2015/16 campaign, when they edged out Hunmanby Ladies.

Preston, now a predominantly female club, have enjoyed much league success in the East Riding League over the past few years.  ...[read more]

   
         
         
         
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