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LEVEN resident Heidi Cox is appealing for help to fund a specialist wheelchair that would allow her to return home from hospital in London. The high-tech chair suited to her, costs almost £16,500, but she claims it is not funded through the NHS.

She suffers from a condition called Postural Tachycardia Syndrome (PoTS) an abnormal increase in the heart rate which occurs after sitting up or standing and causes dizziness and fainting.  ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

VIVERGO Fuels at has announced it proposes to cease production from September 30 with the loss of 150 jobs.

More than 1.1 million tonnes of wheat from 900 farms across Yorkshire is processed at the Saltend plant which is the UK’s biggest bioethanol producer and Europe’s second largest producer of bioethanol, a low-carbon renewable transport fuel which is blended with petrol. ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

THE number of Humberside Police response officers across Holderness is set to increase this month.

Neighbourhood Inspector for Beverley and Holderness Phil Hinch has confirmed that the force will have 32 new response officers from Monday, September 24.   ...[read more]

   
       
 
   
       
 
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HORNSEA RUFC started the 2018-19 East District Merit League 1 season in superb fashion as they defeated last season’s league winners, Hull Ionians Ramblers, by 27 points to 15.

Hornsea started the game with good intensity, and it took them only five minutes to take the lead with a try from scrum-half Mark Thomas, who was given the Man of the Match Award after the game.   ...[read more]

   
       
   
 

AS REPORTED recently Withernsea AFC will be running two men’s teams in the East Riding County League this season.

The first team will play in Division Two, with the Reserves playing their football in a tough-looking Division Four.   ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

AFTER A successful 2017-18 season, Withernsea moved up to East Yorkshire’s Merit One League and could not have asked for a tougher fixture against last year’s losing play-off finalists.

The challenge was made even greater as the visitors turned up with a squad of 25+ players, whereas Withernsea were struggling to get 17, due to injury and illness.   ...[read more]

   
         
         
         
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