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AFTER the success of a set of figures made for Remembrance last year, a more permanent display is now on view after local people answered the call for help. The tribute for remembrance was unveiled last Saturday at 11am on the embankment between the Memorial Gardens car park and the promenade, comprising nine figures ...[read more]


A WEEK after a cottage, fields and several gardens were flooded in Hornsea the Environment Agency has pumped excess water from Stream Dyke last weekend. Despite adding to congestion in the town while the South Promenade road was closed over the weekend much ...[read more]


CONTROVERSIAL plans for a £200m energy park at the site of the former Hedon Aerodrome are to be heard at East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Planning Committee on Thursday, November 14. In a report to the committee by the council’s Director of Planning and Economic Regeneration, released yesterday, the outline planning application for the Yorkshire Energy Park is recommended for refusal ‘because it would ...[read more]

Sports News...

AFTER A WET and inconsistent October, a new month couldn’t come quick enough for the U8s. Having two games cancelled due to the weather last month, we were keen to get back down to business. However, after a lengthy downpour on Saturday, it was down to an 8am pitch inspection at Welwick Road, which was to see the hosts entertain a travelling ...[read more]


AN ANDY Graham header six minutes from time proved enough to settle a hugely entertaining East Riding Senior Country Cup tie at Low Farm as The Eastenders edged past Holderness rivals Roos by the odd goal in seven. Both teams are to be commended for playing some decent football and serving up a real spectacle on a pitch that was passed fit to play in the morning but then proceeded to cut up badly in parts,   ...[read more]


ROOS FC went out of the ERCFA Senior Cup in round two last Saturday as they were beaten 4-3 by Humber Premier One side Easington United in a thrilling local ‘Derby’, played in extremely testing conditions at Low Farm. Despite some persistent rain from mid-late morning, the Low Farm pitch was in pretty good condition apart from a small area close to the far side dugouts that had some standing water, but with referee ...[read more]

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