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THE Shores Centre in Withernsea has been recognised for their work on the Millennium Green Play Park at a national awards ceremony at Parliament this week. The centre was nominated for a Kids Count Inspiration Award by MP for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart, and received Highly ...[read more]


HORNSEA Urban Gardeners (HUG) have put the finishing touches to the Morrow Avenue Sunken Garden with the help of East Riding of Yorkshire Council and construction company Hobson and Porter Ltd. The group of volunteers will continue to maintain areas of the town over winter however their main season for development and ...[read more]


SAND-LE-MERE Holiday Village has apologised to caravan owners and guests after the decision to turn power off to 240 pitches was taken this week. The Tunstall caravan park say the decision was taken for safety reasons after a serious issue with the supply was discovered at the weekend. Residents on the site received a letter on Monday informing them of a serious fault and that power would ...[read more]

Sports News...

AN EXCELLENT second half performance helped Easington United ease to a 5-0 win over Blackburn Athletic in Humber Premier League Division One last Saturday. Having struggled to establish any real superiority up to half-time, the locals produced some scintillating football thereafter in registering their biggest win of the season to date. This latter fact came about as a result of the news last week that Hall Road Rangers Reserves have been forced...[read more]


ROOS FC went down to a heavy 6-0 reverse away at league leaders Bridlington Town County on Saturday. The result was certainly deserved, but the scoreline was a bit harsh on the visitors who played some pretty good football themselves. Brid led just 1-0 at the break, courtesy of an early goal that looked offside, but it was the first two goals in the second half that ultimately proved costly for Roos as both goals resulted from poor decisions, both confirmed by the fact that the home ‘linesperson’ put his flag up both times for what were clear and obvious   ...[read more]


PATRINGTON travelled to South Cave last Sunday and came away victorious after a thrilling penalty shoot-out in the Knockout Cup. Playing in persistent rain, Patrington dominated the early exchanges and really should have put this game to bed in the first 20 minutes with a whole host of chances going begging, however they did take the lead when ...[read more]

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