FOLLOWING a busy day of call outs for Hornsea Inshore Rescue on Sunday, local sea safety organisations have urged those visiting the beach to avoid bringing inflatables.
Hornsea’s very own independent lifeboat service was called out twice on Sunday, June 13. In the latter call out, Hornsea Inshore Rescue promptly set off to aid four individuals who had been blown out to sea on an inflatable unicorn toy.
Two people had been on the toy at the time and two friends had swam out in an attempt to recover it. This left all four people in what Hornsea Inshore Rescue described as “significant danger”....
THORN Barrons entertained Hall Road Rangers Cobras on probably the hottest Sunday morning of the season.
Thorn had a couple of key players out and knew their opposition would be strong. But with a team that has good depth, they put on a performance, along with their opposition, that led to a loud, voracious applause on the final whistle from all spectators.
The first game got off to an amazing start for Barrons with Elliot scoring after only 18 seconds! Thorn kept the pressure on with Callum, who stepped in at left wing, going close...
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