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    School’s charity single in bid to make it to Christmas number one  

BURSTWICK Primary School children are heading for the charts and hope their charity single Nice 2b Nice due to be released on December 15, will be a Christmas number one.
The youngsters were approached to sing for the Hull charity which supports those in need of specialist equipment and support and making smiles through its surprise days.  ...[read more]

    ‘Mod Father’ of Hornsea sets his sights on new Hull parishioners  

UNCONVENTIONAL vicar Father Phil Lamb is preparing to hold his last Christmas services in Hornsea before moving to pastures new in Hull. Father Phil Lamb was installed at St Nicholas Church in Hornsea 10 years ago, on December 6. This week he celebrated with a slice of cake, after the St Nicholas Patronal Mass to mark St Nicholas Day.  ...[read more]


A WITHERNSEA resident was astonished to be told by police damage to his car had been investigated as far as possible, just one hour after reporting it.
Resident William Wilkinson opted to use the online TrackMyCrime service offered by police to keep him informed of their progress but received a message via the system from Humberside Police saying “Crime investigated as far as reasonably possible,” an hour after he had reported damage to his car.  ...[read more]

  Sports News...  
    Collins at the double  

THE SEASIDERS took maximum points against an in-form Haltemprice side on Saturday; Withernsea running out deserved 4-1 winners.
The visitors had started the season poorly but where rumoured to have recruited some of their better players back and they certainly came into the game in good form.  ...(read more)

Roos go down fighting  

FOR the second time in three weeks, Roos were beaten by new league leaders Lambwath at Malet Lambert School, the visitors eventually going down 4-2.
Once again team selection was interrupted by players having work commitments and injuries which is a part and parcel of amateur football, but Roos travelled with 13 players looking to avenge a 6-2 cup defeat just a fortnight earlier.  ...(read more)

    Colin Somerville takes over as new club captain  

OUR 2017 club captain is (until now I have always called him the Magician) Colin Somerville, writes Ian Winter.
Following the Sunday winter league matches, our 2016 captain Stuart Woodruff, took to the floor, and in his final speech he praised and thanked several key members of the club. Tim Silverside for his hard work and Steve Dale Snr and Steve Dale Jnr for their tireless work around the course.  ...(read more)

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