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COMMUNITY transport services are coming under threat after being informed by The Department for Transport that they intend to review legislation. The Department for Transport (DfT) has advised community transport groups that as a result of a challenge from a very small number of commercial transport businesses they intend to review how they have interpreted legislation since 1989 which could impact locally in the East Riding on the HART community transport bus service. In 1989 The European Commission....[read more]


WITHERNSEA Cinema is calling on residents to use or lose the service at the Meridian Centre which is currently struggling to pay for itself due to lack of attendees at their performances. Both Hornsea and Preston are currently running successful cinemas well supported by their community and Withernsea cinema committee are eager to gather feedback and support from the town to enable the service to pay for itself and secure a future in the town.  ...[read more]


COUNCILLORS are rallying together once again to tackle the ongoing problem of fly-tipping on Cherry Tree Avenue in Withernsea. Withernsea Town Councillor Dave Edwards was alerted to the pile of rubbish at the rear of flats on the avenue on Tuesday, September 28 and headed down to the scene the following day.  ...[read more]

Sports News...

IT’S been some time coming but the Eastenders finally got to know what victory tastes like when they overcame Scarborough League side, Goal Sports to progress in the East Riding County FA Senior Country Cup. And they had to do it the hard way, coming from yet another early goal down to clinch victory with two second half strikes from Adam Jamieson and Nathan Verity. On a sloping and rather unkempt pitch at Rudston, boss Andy Graham was again forced into changes, with both skipper Barnett and Ben Wilbraham absent. ...[read more]


IT WAS AN unfortunate evening for the Olympic B snooker team last week, the side going down to an 8-6 defeat at the hands of Perth Street from Hull.
The team arrived to find that Perth Street had moved venues; luckily, to the team’s liking, it was just around the corner.
Woolly Bully and The Heff were the  ...[read more]


ON SUNDAY, September 17, the ladies at Hainsworth Park contested an event and the winners were Rita Grantham, Jayne Rhodes, Rosalie Cammish and Sandra Coates.
Second place went to Caroline Leake, Marilyn Swift, Trish Coupland and Anna Richardson, while third spot went to Sue Morrison, Dot Welburn, Mavis Messer and Mark McKenzie. Nearest the pin on hole 6 was Mel Broughton. ...[read more]

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