Golf club burglary – man charged

A HULL man has appeared in court charged with a burglary at a Brandesburton golf club.

Jacob Ashford, 27, of Cottingham Road, Hull, appeared at Hull Magistrates Court on Tuesday, July 7.

A spokesperson for Hull Magistrates Court confirmed alongside the burglary at the golf club on Sunday, July 5, Ashford also appeared in connection with two other non-dwelling burglaries in Hull.

The spokesperson confirmed he pleaded guilty to burglary and was sentenced to a total of 18 weeks in prison and told to pay £70 compensation.

Multi-agency search 

in Hornsea area

MULTI-AGENCIES were involved in a search in the Hornsea area on Saturday, July 4.

At 7.17am, HM Hornsea Coastguard were tasked by Humber Coastguard Operations Centre to assist with the search. Bridlington Coastguard Rescue Team and Hornsea Inshore Rescue were also tasked to the incident.

A post on the HM Coastguard Hornsea Facebook page said: “After a period of searching a person was found at the base of the cliffs further down the coast by Coastguard Rescue Officers from the Bridlington team. Hornsea Inshore Rescue extracted the person by lifeboat back to Hornsea slipway where they were handed over to Yorkshire Ambulance Service and Humberside Police for further care.”

Police appeal for information

following business burglary

HUMBERSIDE Police area appealing for information after a business burglary was reported near Aldbrough

Sometime between 9pm on Wednesday, July 1 and 8am Thursday, July 2, a burglary had occurred in a business premises workshop on Tansterne Road, Aldbrough.

The offenders had prised off the locks of a stable door and entered a carpenter’s workshop. A generator, a quantity of hand tools/power tools, a boxed new Mitre saw and electrical consumer units with down lights were stolen.

Anyone who witnessed anything suspicious around this time in the area, or had been offered sale of any of these stolen goods, or knows who is responsible for the burglary; is asked to call 101 with investigation number 16/69332/20.

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Can you help make it a bee-friendly summer?

AT THE start of 2020, inspired by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council leader Richard Burton, The Gazette launched its Bee Happy Campaign. We are inviting any group, school, Brownies, Guides, Cubs or Scouts or youth group to get in touch. We wanted to hear what you are doing to make your school or public place more bee-friendly. It came after East Riding Council changed planting proposals to encourage more bees at two highway improvement schemes after a request from school children. Since the 2020 has taken a different turn, but even though we are not free of the coronavirus pandemic there are still bees out there. In fact, on Monday Burton Constable Hall tweeted: “We introduced a new queen bee to the hive last week. Tomorrow (Tuesday) now that the bees have got to know her.”

Tell us your bee stories – have you created a bee-friendly garden in lockdown. Email [email protected]

Witness appeal after Burstwick collision

HUMBERSIDE Police are appealing for witnesses to a road traffic collision which happened on Main Street in Burstwick yesterday (Wednesday, July 1) at around 3pm.

It has been confirmed the driver of the vehicle involved died in hospital.

Main Street was closed for just under six hours due to the collision. Drivers were advised to avoid the area and a diversion via Appleby Lane and Ellifoot Lane was put in place.

A spokesperson for Humberside Police said: “A black Vauxhall Corsa left the carriageway and collided with a wall, no other vehicle was involved.

“The driver was taken to hospital where he sadly died. The family have been informed and are being supported by our officers.”

Anyone who witnessed the collision or saw the vehicle prior to the incident is asked to call our non-emergency number 101 quoting log 302 of 1 July 2020.