2 March 2024

What an incredible legacy this event will leave

The pictures in this week’s paper say it all. What an absolutely incredible couple of days in Withernsea! The town has not seen the like ...
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Just another day in the office…

One of the things that makes our job working on the Gazette is the people we encounter day to day. There was one chap who ...
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Caring about our community

For this week’s feature on the forthcoming Blue Light Weekend, I headed to both Withernsea Police Station and Withernsea Fire Station, where it was great ...
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A rational phobia

I have a bit of a phobia about being the wrong way up. I mean, that’s not entirely irrational, is it? Unlike my phobia of ...
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Flip-flopping between hot and cold…

If there is a definition of optimism, it might be coming to work in Withernsea wearing flip-flops. It didn’t take long before I realised I’d ...
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A Great weekend

I enjoyed two local events on the same day last week – one I was part of, and the other I was happy to sit ...
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Weeding woes

It’s been nice to see the sun at last, hasn’t it? I’ve finally been able to get out into the garden and start clearing the ...
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The write stuff…

This week, we announce the winner of our Andrea Burn Short Story Prize – which used to be the Thousand Words competition, but we relaunched ...
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Tunes and tipples

I’ve been on my musical travels again. Last Sunday I headed down to east London for a performance of the 12 Silk Handkerchiefs production at ...
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Farewell, Nan

Allow me if you will to write a little tribute to my Nan, whom I’ve mentioned before in this column, and who left us on ...
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