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    Deluge-flash floods hit Withernsea hard  
   

WITHERNSEA was deluged as torrential rain fell in the area on Tuesday causing flash flooding with up to 3ft of water in some areas. Valley Gardens became a lake and water turned some streets into rivers and threatened some properties. Only days ago, Valley Gardens hosted Withfest attended by hundreds of people and crowds are again expected for this weekend’s popular pirate festival..  ...[read more]

 
       
    Students bring Hornsea`s pottery heritgae back to life  
   

LOTTERY funding has brought pottery back to the Hornsea school curriculum in a town whose prosperity once relied on its world class reputation for pottery design and production.  ...[read more]

 
       
     
   

CONFUSION surrounds the future return of postal services to Easington after a project between the Parish Council and the Post Office has been put on hold.

The rural area was left without two of its vital services on Saturday, September 10 last year when the shop closed for the final time, taking the post office with it.

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  Sports News...  
           
    Youngsters shine for Patrington  
   

ONE OF the youngest First XI’s in recent memory completed an excellent win against Cottingham at Southside on Saturday. Bob Eldon-Smith had a dream first team debut, and he was one of five that were picked that were 18 or under..  ...(read more)

 
       
Seasiders ease to pre-season victory  
   

THE SEASIDERS played the second game of their pre-season campaign after a 2-0 victory against Apollo Rangers. Last Thursday saw the Seasiders win 8-2 at home to local side Easington Reserves who are set to play in Division Four - two below Withernsea.   ...(read more)

 
       
    London Marathon  
   

TREV BIGLIN (Pictured left) from Easington ran his fourth London Marathon on April 26, 2017 for Children with Cancer UK charity.

It was a very warm Sunday in the capital and Trev completed the race in a time of 4 hours 16 minutes, with his wife Lisa, two nieces Beckie and Lucy and friend Shannon cheering him on as he passed Big Ben. ...(read more)

 
           
           
           
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