The 2017 lights will be switched on on Friday 24th November

News This Week...



A TWEETING Bobby from Holderness has been shortlisted as a finalist in the National Police Twitter Awards 2017 as Best Tweeting
PCSO. Police Community Support Officer Darren Bainton will find out next Friday, if he’s top of the twitterati at a special awards ceremony. He first started tweeting in February 2014 with hopes of connecting to the people he serves. But he had no idea that after just three years, and over 9,000 messages later, he would have nearly 2,000 followers from Holderness, the county and around the world. PCSO Bainton said: “Social media has allowed me to connect with people in our community and beyond, and has given me the opportunity to showcase Humberside Police in ways that people never see. It allows me to give out public safety information instantly and show the human side of this uniform and badge that I love.........[read more]


Our heroes - Hornsea Specials

LOCAL police are being rewarded for their efforts in the community with a clutch of awards presented to the Hornsea Special Policing team this week at the Village Hotel Hessle. The accolades recognised the dedication of the Specials and the difference they make to the community. Special Constable, Ben Colombari scooped two individual awards at Monday’s event including the Keith Binks trophy itself, alongside the outstanding achievement award. The Hornsea team as a whole received the Keith Binks team award, whilst Special Constable, Jonathon Dunning-Davies from the Hornsea Team also received his 15 years long-service award........[read more]


A FORMER captain and marine pilot have each been given four months suspended sentence after pleading guilty to causing a collision in the River Humber. Gehan Sirimanne, marine pilot, now retired and Ruslan Uromov, former captain were sentenced at Hull Crown Court on November 8, after pleading guilty to offences in connection with a collision between a car transporter ship and a ferry on the River Humber in December 2015.,......[read more]



Future pathways mapped out

WITHERNSEA High School students had a glimpseof the future at a ‘Your Futures Day,’ held at the school in Hull Road. Year 11 pupils benefited from the event which took the form of a full day of activities and presentations aimed at helping pupils to make informed choices about their plans for September 2018 and beyond. Students worked their way around a carousel of selfchosen presentations which were delivered by over 25 representatives from a variety of different careers and professions including product design, manufacturing, creative design, agriculture, accountancy, the Armed Forces, mental health, retail and construction.......[read more]


Christmas Lights Switch on 24th November   

Sports News...

EASINGTON United’s wait for a first home league win of the season goes on, following a 2-2 draw in Saturday’s rematch with Blackburn Athletic. However, the collective refusal to admit defeat will have ensured there was plenty of post-match positivity.
This was an Eastenders side showing several changes to that which had overcome the same opponents a week earlier to progress in the County Cup. With Jaidan Spruce and Kris Fitzpatrick absent, Jamie Houlton and Ash Snaith filled-in, with Callum Lewis earning a start in Snaith’s accustomed number 10 shirt. Disappointingly,......[read more]


FISHING on his home turf certainly proved a good move for Bridlington angler Steve Lemm last Sunday as it netted him the top prize of £1,750 in the annual Senior Daiwa Open Fishing Match.
Steve’s 3.56kg skate, caught in the resort’s North Bay, was enough to secure him first place as 408 anglers from all over the country competed for prizes in the match, organized by Withernsea’s Commercial Sea Angling Club and sponsored by Daiwa......[read more]


THIS WEEK was a terrible week for the Olympic snooker team, losing out 10-4 to Grandale.
Up first was Jake, taking on a tough opponent he battled long and hard, sticking with his challenger for most of the game. Unfortunately, after a few unforced errors Jake slipped behind. However, still not too far away he tried to catch-up, but his opponent was too strong.
The Bully was up next, giving a maximum start, he saw the challenge that lay ahead. His opponent was cueing well and was making it hard for Bully. That didn’t stop him though as he ploughed his way through, scoring enough points to level the match at 1-1......[read more]

    Football- County League Results    
    Here are the results for the East Riding County League for November 11. The reduced number of fixtures this week was due to ERCFA cup games taking place.....[read more]