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AN OPEN letter has been sent to the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt over the ‘lamentable lack of services’ at Withernsea’s 8 to 8 centre. The Gazette can exclusively reveal the letter, to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care invites him to Withernsea to see problems experienced since the minor injuries unit closed in April.

It is from resident members of the Withernsea and District Health Forum, Withernsea Town Council and East Riding Council’s South East Holderness ward councillor, Lyn Healing. It details the background to the 8 to 8 centre, the loss of the minor injuries unit, local hospital beds and the frustrations surrounding the new centre.   ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

HORNSEA Leisure Centre will be extended and refurbished after the plans were approved by East Riding Council eastern area planning sub-committee on Monday.

“Hornsea residents deserve a good leisure centre and visitors to the town expect a good leisure centre” said Councillor Barbara Jefferson as she moved a motion supported by fellow councillors to approve plans.  ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

ALDBROUGH residents are benefitting from a new bus service after the parish council secured funding to run a new service to Hull.

The new service is being operated by Pearsons of Aldbrough and runs between Aldbrough and Asda at Bilton on a Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.  ...[read more]

   
       
 
   
       
 
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DURING May half-term, 41 students and six members of staff from South Holderness Technology College travelled to Platja d’aro in Spain for the school’s annual sports tour.

All students impressed with their energy and skills during the tour.   ...[read more]

   
       
   
 

VISITING Brandesburton CC last Saturday, the Humbleton first eleven were given first use of an excellent batting track and were soon in deep trouble.

With only skipper Adam Dewson offering any real resistance with 26, Chris Stubbs (10) and Andy Johnson (9) just managed to beat extras as a much-weakened side succumbed to a meagre total of 76 all out.   ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

AS PART OF the The FA and McDonald’s Grassroots Football Awards 2018 the East Riding County FA is searching for local Grassroots Football Heroes.

The awards recognise the important role grassroots leagues, clubs, volunteers and community projects play in making the nation’s favourite game happen week in week out throughout our region  ...[read more]

   
         
         
         
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