Cowden’s big bang sends out vibrations across community
LOUD BANGS from a section of Cowden Sands beach were heard in Aldbrough as explosive experts clear the beach of unexploded ordnance. A section of Cowden Sands beach remains closed until August 14 to protect the public from the risk of unexploded ordnance. But booms were felt and heard in Aldbrough and Cowden last Thursday, July 30, as ordnance was blown up...

Residents demand council takes action on derelict property

FRUSTRATED residents are demanding that the council take action over a derelict property on Withernsea’s promenade. The end terrace property is adjacent to the field at the rear of the caravan park on South Promenade...

Beauty salon owners left frustrated by government changes to reopening

LOCAL beauty salon owners have been left frustrated and disappointed after the government announced on Friday, July 31 that further industry relaxations...

HM Coastguard has busiest day nationally in four years

HORNSEA and Bridlington Coastguard teams were called out to Skipsea where a person was reported as having fallen around 30 metres down the cliffs. The call out was near Skipsea Sands Holiday Park at 11.43pm...

Coming Events and Church Notices

Find out what's going on in your local area

SPORT THIS WEEK


Dunnington date added to Eastenders’ schedule

EASINGTON United have confirmed another date as part of the list of first team friendlies ahead of the 2020/21 Humber Premier League season. The Eastenders will travel to play York League side Dunnington on Saturday, September 12; a week before they are scheduled to kick off their HPL Division 1 campaign...

Injury to Fuller caps off a disappointing day

PATRINGTON’S first eleven’s tough start to the revamped 2020 continued on Saturday with a fairly disappointing seven-wicket defeat at the hands of Hull Zingari’s first team.   All was rosy early doors at Southside, captain Fuller winning the toss and electing to bat first on a drying deteriorating surface...

Runners turn out in all types of weather

A FEW OF the goats should’ve been taking on one of the Hardmoors marathons on Sunday but this was cancelled due to the current situation, so a different challenge was decided on. Tina Brown came up with the idea of doing the Yorkshire Three Peaks. Sunday morning the runners met at...

Got something to sell?

If you have any miscellaneous sales that you would like to place in your local newspaper, get in touch. If your item is under £150 we'll put it in the miscellaneous sales for FREE.


FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: