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    Appeal for miracle op to help Hornsea girl walk  
   

A HORNSEA family is launching a fundraising campaign for a pioneering operation to help a little girl walk unaided. They need to raise £20,000 for the surgery and physiotherapy needed afterwards and have already drawn up a plan of fundraising activities.
Little Maisie Rice who has Cerebral Palsy could walk without splints or the aid of a wheelchair if she can have the operation which is breaking new ground.  ...[read more]

 
       
    Police tackle Wesley Court anti-social behaviour complaints to reassure residents  
   

CLAIMS of anti-social behaviour around the newly built Wesley Court in Withernsea have prompted responses from agencies keen to reassure nearby residents.
Mystery has surrounded occupation of the newly built Wesley Court on the corner of Queen Street and Young Street which was completed late last year.  ...[read more]

 
       
     
   

A HOLDERNESS man who set his own home on fire last September has been convicted for arson. Carl Wilby, 49, was sentenced to four years in jail for arson, intending to damage property and being reckless as to whether life would be endangered. In addition he was given a further six months for witness intimidation.
Wilby set fire to his own semi-detached home in Cooks Gardens, Keyingham on September 8, last year.  ...[read more]

 
       
       
       
  Sports News...  
           
    Youngsters continue to impress  
   

ITWAS a wonderful weekend for the players of Hornsea RUFC Mini’s. With the sunshine forecast for both venues that were hosting the different age groups, the day was set for some entertaining rugby.
The Under 7s and 8s teams’ were playing in a large festival hosted by Bridlington RUFC. The RFU festivals are always very well attended and this was no different with clubs from all over Yorkshire taking part.  ...(read more)

 
       
A day to forget at the seaside  
   

WITHERNSEA endured a day to forget at Hull Road last Saturday as they were beaten 5-1 by South Cave Reserves in a rather spiteful encounter.
With South Cave’s first team not in action, the visitors appeared to be bolstered by a couple of ‘new additions’ but despite this, the Seasiders where awful from start to finish and Cave eventually ran out comfortable winners.  ...(read more)

 
       
    Hewitt bounces back  
   

LAST SUNDAY Commercial Sea Angling Club members were greeted with a lovely sunny morning and flat calm seas… what more could they ask for?  ...(read more)

 
           
           
           
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