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    Walker returns to town - after 15 month trek  
   

A FORMER Withernsea man strolled back into the town last Saturday after a short walk from Out Newton, a mere five miles, but this was no ordinary journey, it marked the end of an epic 373-day, 5630 mile trek around the coast of Britain.
David Higgins, who now lives in the Orkneys, left on his trip in April 2013 from the Pier Towers to raise funds for Parkinson’s UK, a cause close to his heart as his mother-in-law suffers from the illness.  ................[read more]

 
       
    Freeport carries on despite sale bid  
   

IT’S BUSINESS as usual at Hornsea Freeport, according to centre manager, Simon Tudor, despite the fact the centre has been put up for sale.
And the Gazette understands there are already two interested parties after being on the market since last week.  ...............[read more]

 
       
     
   

A HOLDERNESS village is uniting behind the family of a little girl who suffered a major stroke a month ago. Rebecca Liddle, 9, was taken ill whilst at Keyingham Primary School on June 20. She complained of a severe headache and collapsed as a teacher was taking her to get a drink of water.
Her mum, Michelle, 45, was alerted and picked up by school staff who had called an ambulance and the little girl was rushed to Hull Royal Infirmary with her mum by her side.  .................[read more]

 
       
       
  Sports News...  
           
    Clifton hangs on to deny Patrington maximum points  
   

THE First XI impressed with the bat once again as they travelled North of York to face Clifton Alliance on Saturday, but they just failed to take maximum points.   ..............(read more)

 
       
    Eastenders’ preparations continue to take shape  
   

EASINGTON United’s preparations for the new Central Midlands League campaign continued with a 4-3 win over Hall Road Rangers last Saturday.
But just as there was no panic following the 6-1 reverse at Hull United, manager Andy Graham isn’t getting over-excited about victory against the Northern Counties East League side.  ................(read more)

 
       
    Squandered chances proves costly for Vikings  
   

HOLDERNESS Vikings came off second best in Saturday’s top of the table clash against a well organised and powerful Siddal team, going down to a 14-6 defeat.  ...............(read more)

 
           
           
           
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