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A FRUSTRATED Withernsea resident has told how she had 10 phone calls with NHS 111 in 48 hours to request a tetanus jab appointment.

Felicity Walmsley called the NHS service on Wednesday, April 25 for an appointment at the Withernsea 8 to 8 centre for a tetanus jab after standing on a rusty tack.   ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

HORNSEA welcomed its new Mayor at Monday night’s mayor-making ceremony at Hornsea Town Hall. Councillor Keith Himsworth takes on the mantle and steps into the mayoral shoes for the second time – following on from outgoing Mayor Councillor Anne Padgett.

Cllr Padgett wished Cllr Himsworth all the best for the coming year before speaking about her year as Hornsea Mayor: “I have thoroughly enjoyed this year and must thank Cllr Andrew for agreeing to be my ‘Mayoress’ something he has really enjoyed! Cllr Eastwood and I have attended many events and have had a wonderful time, and I feel that we have represented Hornsea well.   ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

HEDON residents face an anxious wait for a new post office, six weeks after the service closed in the town.

Now John Dennis, of Hedon’s Dennis Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents and Estate Agent Leonards of Hull have been tasked with finding a new tenant for the St Augustine Gate building. It closed for an upgrade on Saturday, April 7 and was due to re-open on Monday, April 23, but the deal fell through.  ...[read more]

   
       
 
   
       
 
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PATRINGTON CC followed up their impressive victory against Hessle last week with a superb victory against Welton & Brough CC, a side much fancied to mount a serious challenge in Division Two Holderness this year.

Captain Matty Dixon won the toss and opted to bat first, but things didn’t go to plan at first with openers Marc Pollard (10) and Jason McKinley (0) falling to opening bowler Luke Hills. When Connor McKinley departed for 18 and last week’s star Liam Murrey for five, the first XI were 70 for 4 and looking for some consolidation.   ...[read more]

   
       
   
 

THE LADIES at Hainsworth Park Golf Club contested the Val Hawkins Stableford competition on Sunday, May 6 and in Division One, the winner was Ann Wiles, who finished with 30 points.

Ann was followed home by Yvonne Lee, who posted a score of 28 points, beating third-placed Rita Grantham on count back after she also returned with 28 points. Minor honours in fourth went to Susan Hayward, who finished with 25 points. ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

FOLLOWING back-to-back defeats, the Eastenders bounced back with a thoroughly deserved midweek victory over Hall Road Rangers Reserves in Humber Premier League Division One.

It was a game that again showed the quality within the ranks if/when everyone is available. Only the injured Steve Jamieson was absent from the “core”, with a subs bench of Verity, Hewitt, Jensen-Fogg, Morrill and the manager himself providing an abundance of riches. Joe Taylor returned in goal, with Danny Blount and Luke Jeffery restored to the back four and Ash Snaith providing the support to Ben Wilbraham up top.   ...[read more]

   
         
         
         
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