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THE OWNERSHIP of St Nicholas Church in Withernsea was officially handed from the Church Commissioners to the Church Conservation Trust (CCT) on Tuesday, November 26. Under the CCT’s care, a new lease of life now awaits the church, which has been closed for worship and has stood empty since 2014. St Nicholas was closed following a decision to concentrate ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

WITHERNSEA Town Council voted to support two planning applications for the Withernsea petrol station at a meeting on Monday, November 25. The first planning application discussed is for the redevelopment of the existing petrol station to provide a 24-hour unmanned station with associated works to include replacement forefront ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

AN APPEAL against the decision to refuse planning permission to turn Withernsea’s former NatWest Bank into supported living accommodation for young people and a retail unit has been submitted to the Planning Inspectorate. The decision to refuse the planning application was made at the East Riding of ...[read more]

   
       
 
   
       
       
 
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NOT FOR the first time this season Easington United were left counting the cost of an inability to retain a lead when conceding a late equaliser away at St Mary’s. Jack Clement forced the ball home with the last kick of the game to earn a deserved point for his team after Chris ...[read more]

   
       
   
 

FOR THE second match in a row, Roos FC were beaten by a team from a higher division in a cup competition, this time losing 4-1 to County Premier side Driffield Junior Football Club Academy in round two of the League Senior Cup. The match was switched to the 4G at Withernsea High School with the pitch at Roos deemed unplayable after a midweek inspection and after a closely-contested first half which ended 0-0, the visitors  ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

AFTER A five-week gap due to World Cup commitments and games cancelled through flooded pitches, Withernsea returned to league action last weekend with a visit to Driffield. With most of the front row missing and a couple more key players unavailable, it would be a team that took the field with some unfamiliar faces in it. Withernsea started well against a Driffield side with plenty of youth in their ranks. Mike Penny was the first on the scoreboard as he imposed his physical presence ...[read more]

   
         
         
         
         
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