23 July 2024

Asphalt plant given the go-ahead at third time of asking

by Rebecca Hannant Plans for a controversial asphalt plant near Brandesburton have been approved at the third time of asking. At a meeting of East ...
Posted in Brandesburton, News

Residents mop up after storm damage

by Michelle Horst Storm Henk brought yet further upset and disruption to homes across the region after homes in Withernwick spent hours over the New ...
Posted in Brandesburton, Hornsea, Leven, News

Plans for asphalt plant in Brandesburton submitted again

Revised plans for an asphalt plant in Brandesburton have been submitted – after the scheme was twice rejected by East Riding councillors. Newlay Asphalt’s first ...
Posted in Brandesburton, News

Make lifelong friendships with the Young Farmers

by Rebecca Hannant The Young Farmers Association, which has branches across Holderness, is seeking new members. Since the 1920s young farmers clubs have swept across ...
Posted in Brandesburton, News, Patrington, Skirlaugh, Thorngumbald

Golf pro tees up £5,800 for charity

by Terry Bearpark A golf professional has helped raise £5,800 for charity after completing 10 consecutive rounds at his home club. Paul Mayoh, the PGA ...
Posted in Brandesburton, News

Plans for asphalt plant blocked again

by Rebecca Hannant East Riding Council’s planning committee has blocked plans for an asphalt plant in Brandesburton for a second time. Newlay Asphalt had submitted ...
Posted in Brandesburton, News

‘Keep up the fight against asphalt plant’

by Rebecca Hannant A group campaigning against plans for an asphalt plant near Brandesburton have urged the community to keep up the fight after the ...
Posted in Brandesburton, News

Campaigners to fight new asphalt plant bid

by Rebecca Hannant New plans have been submitted for an asphalt plant near Brandesburton despite “serious local opposition” to a previous application that was rejected ...
Posted in Brandesburton, News

Young champion jet-skier becomes latest lifeboat recruit

A 17-year-old European jet-ski champion has become Hornsea Inshore Rescue’s latest addition to its team of rescuers. Jack Wells, from Fossehill, Brandesburton, first rode a ...
Posted in Brandesburton, Hornsea, News

Researchers still on the lookout for local heroes in a half-shell

Naturalists in East Yorkshire are appealing for more reports of terrapin sightings in Holderness after they were surprised to find records of the non-native animals ...
Posted in Brandesburton, News, Paull