30 May 2024

‘It’s more than just a clock – it’s what it stands for’

by Rebecca Hannant The group behind plans to restore Withernsea’s war memorial clock has urged local people to “know the facts” after some took to ...
Posted in News, Withernsea

Young musicians impress at major contest

by Michelle Horst On Saturday, May 18, 12 young musicians competed for the coveted title of East Coast Young Musician of the Year 2024. Judges ...
Posted in Hornsea, News

‘Greene light’ for Blue Light Weekend!

by Sam Hawcroft The organisers of Withernsea’s Blue Light Weekend have announced a major sponsorship deal with Greene King Brewery – meaning the event will ...
Posted in News, Withernsea

Boundary shake-up leads to constituency changes ahead of General Election

by Joe Gerrard Voters in Hull and the East Riding going to the polls for July’s General Election may find that they are now in ...
Posted in News

‘The two Nicks’ pledge to reopen popular fort

by Rebecca Hannant Fort Paull is to reopen after two local men stepped forward to take the reins. Nick Taylor and Nick Moore have taken ...
Posted in News, Paull

Lifeboat crew collect awards for bravery

Three members of Hornsea Inshore Rescue crew have been presented with the Royal Humane Society’s bronze medals for bravery. In a ceremony at the Haberdasher’s ...
Posted in Hornsea, News

Sunak calls summer General Election

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has called a General Election for Thursday, July 4. Mr Sunak made the announcement in Downing Street this afternoon after informing ...
Posted in News

East Riding councillors back sending devolution deal to Parliament 

by Joe Gerrard East Riding councillors have voted to send the East Yorkshire devolution deal to Parliament. They passed the decision before a meeting on ...
Posted in News

MP pledges to tackle village ‘rat run’

Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart has paid a return visit to Preston to discuss ways to improve the roads in the village. Mr Stuart, ...
Posted in News, Preston

Work starts on clock restoration

by Rebecca Hannant Work has started on the war memorial clock at Withernsea’s St Nicholas Church – but a nesting bird of prey has meant ...
Posted in News, Withernsea