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    Anne’s pledge to serve the local community  

HORNSEA welcomed its new community centred mayor at Monday night’s Mayor-making ceremony at Hornsea Town Hall.
Cllr Anne Padgett takes on the mantle and steps into the Mayoral shoes following on from outgoing Mayor Cllr Lee Walton.  ...[read more]

    Rural energy park plan pledges a jobs bonanza  

HOLDERNESS could be set for a multi-million pound energy and data park with top business giants generating more than 1,000 jobs on the former Hedon Aerodrome.
Outline plans for the proposed £200 million Yorkshire Energy Park off Staithes Road within Preston South parish close to the Saltend complex are expected to be submitted on Monday (May 22) to East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Backers say on top of the potential for 1,000 operational jobs the development could also see 120 construction jobs a year over a 10-year build programme.  ...[read more]


AS PART OF their fundraising to support Hornsea’s independent lifeboat, Hornsea Inshore Rescue offers fish and chip lunches and suppers to groups of adults or children during time when they learn about the charity.
Gazette reporter Andrea Kirk went along to one of the fish and chip suppers on Thursday, May 11, with the Weighton Wolds Rotary Club and outgoing Hornsea Mayor Lee Walton to find out more…  ...[read more]

  Sports News...  
    Rout brings abject end to abject season!  

THE EASTENDERS’ hopes of salvaging just a modicum of pride from a truly awful 2016/17 season were crushed on a thoroughly miserable night in Preston.
Hopes of a South Holderness Cup Final appearance were washed away at a rain-lashed South Holderness College. It simply rained goals for a rampant Hedon Rangers who completed an emphatic 7-2 win…and it could have been more.  ...(read more)

‘Captain Marvel’s all round effort secures victory  

ON A WARM and pleasant day at Southside, Patrington won the toss and elected to bowl first. Glenn Ratcliffe bowled from the school end with pace and aggression and Harman at the opposite end bowled with pace and late swing.
Both bowlers bowled with control and accuracy, conceding no more than three runs an over. However, as economical as they were, both would end up unfortunately wicketless on the day.  ...(read more)

    Paul Sharp – Volunteer of the Year  

FRIDAY May 12 saw the RFU hold their annual East Yorkshire Volunteer Recognition Evening, where the RFU reward and recognise those special volunteers within rugby union clubs that go the extra mile and have a real positive effect on a club’s success.
As a committee, at Hornsea, they had to select a person from the club who they thought deserved the recognition, and was their club volunteer of the year, and that person was Paul Sharp.  ...(read more)

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