HUMBERSIDE Police are appealing for
witnesses after a motorcyclist suffered serious injuries in a collision at
around 10pm on Monday, June 1, near to Flinton.
A spokesperson for Humberside Police
said: “The man was riding along the B1238, Hull Road between Flinton and
Aldbrough when his bike left the road and collided with a hedge.
Emergency services attended and the man
was taken to hospital for treatment to potentially life-threatening injuries
where he remains in a critical condition. Enquiries are underway to establish
the circumstances of the collision.” Anyone with information is asked to call
101 quoting log 589 of June 1 or Crimestoppers on: 0800 555 111.”
eased on anglers
Environment Agency says its priority remains to ensure the safety of people and
the angling community in the Covid-19 crisis.
In line with updated government
guidance, restrictions on angling were eased from May 13 which means anglers
can fish on their own, with their household or. This means anglers may now fish
on their own, with their household, or with one other person while adhering to
social distancing rules and staying two metres apart at all times. The agency
says anglers must fish legally, have a valid fishing licence and adhere to
crime figures for Mid-Holderness
latest monthly crime figures for Mid-Holderness have been released.
PCSO Darren Bainton posted figures for May 2020 on his Twitter page on Monday,
were nine crimes in Mid-Holderness in May, including possession of cannabis at Coniston, two fuel thefts
at Bilton, damage to
vehicle in Biltonand Burton Pidsea, a farm burglary
in Catwick, a shop theft in Wawne, theft from a car
at Burton Pidsea and a sheep theft
Virtual events begin with Deano
ALTHOUGH this year’s summer events are not taking place, the
Withernsea Events Facebook Page is holding some virtual days and artists live
on their page.
The live events start this Sunday, June 7, with singer Deano at
See the Withernsea Events Facebook Page throughout the next couple
of months for the full line up of artists.
Thank you volunteers says Citizens Advice
Advice Hull and East Riding has
continued giving advice to those in need throughout the coronavirus pandemic thanks to the tireless dedication
of its staff and volunteers.
team rallied to ensure as many people as possible could be helped over the
phone or webchat.
As part of Volunteers’ Week, it is thanking volunteers for their
contribution not only during this exceptional time, but throughout the year.
136 volunteers at Citizens Advice Hull and East Riding
contribute approximately seven hours each week, which amounts to over 50,000
hours per year.
In the last year, Citizens
Advice Hull and East Riding has
helped over 23,000 people with 120,000 of problems, such as debt, housing,
benefit and employment issues.
Casualty fishing boat escorted back to Withernsea
RNLI volunteers were tasked by the UK Coastguard at 3.40pm on Wednesday, May 27
May to assist a 17ft fishing boat with a fouled propeller.
class lifeboat launched at 3.52pm and proceeded to the coordinates given,
approximately half a mile off Dimlington, several miles south of Withernsea.
locating the casualty vessel, the volunteers managed to free the propeller
caught up in rope.
Mary Beal’ escorted the fishing boat back to Withernsea. The lifeboat was then
refuelled and made ready for service by 5.57pm.
on the RNLI Withernsea Facebook page said: “This was the first service call in
charge for our newly qualified Helm Steve Roebuck. Well done Steve and everyone
involved for a good safe job.”