COMMUNITY NEWS


Birthday run in Mark’s memory

A SIGGLESTHORNE woman is encouraging residents to get involved in a 5k event to raise money for the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) in memory of her late husband. Vikki Bannister’s husband Mark was a victim of suicide and passed away in December 2019. Mark had been a committed runner who would support those new to running and anyone who wished to get involved. According to Vikki “Mark saw the best in everyone and loved being outdoors.” This led her to invite those who wish to get involved to join her in a virtual run...

Scarecrows in Seaton and Sigglesthorne

RESIDENTS in Seaton and Sigglesthorne were greeted with friendly, straw-stuffed faces on Easter weekend as the villages accommodated a trail of scarecrows. The trail ran from Good Friday until Easter Monday, with the very best of the lot receiving prizes for their efforts. Entries created scarecrow lookalikes for Humpty Dumpty, fairies, skeletons and aliens! They were then plotted onto a map of the two villages, with leaflets available from Sigglesthorne phone box and on Seaton’s noticeboard for people to follow the trail round...

Thought for the Week

With Debra Milnes, Elder, Withernsea United Reformed Church

THE Royal family have been in the news a great deal recently for one reason or another, not always portrayed in the most positive of lights. However, since the sad passing of Prince Philip last week the Nation has come together to remember who he was and how he served Queen and Country. One thing which I noticed came up in many discussions was how innovative and ready 
for change he was. Mahatma Gandhi...

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