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|Ex-head not guilty of historic sex offences|
A RETIRED PRIMARY school head
teacher accused of indecently
touching boys has been cleared by a
jury, but a judge said “offensive and
inaccurate” Facebook comments
supporting him during his trial maybe
referred to the Attorney General.
|Call to arms as pub row takes ‘new twist’|
PLANS to demolish Thorngumbald’s Royal Mail pub and replace it with a convenience store have taken a new twist. Thorngumbald Parish Council has called an extraordinary meeting for 7pm at the village hall on Tuesday, (May 3) after a viability report concludes that as a pub the business is in ‘terminal decline and does not have a medium/long-term future.’ ...[read more]
A DECISION on the
future of the number of
fire appliances at
Withernsea and Hornsea
has been deferred by the
|Easington do it the hard way|
EASINGTON United twice came from behind before registering their first win of 2016. The Eastenders overcame Thorne Colliery 3-2 in the Central Midlands League North Division, but only after a determined second half fightback.
|Hornsea win the battle of the two promoted teams|
AFTER last week’s season opener at home to Harrogate fell foul to the weather, Patrington travelled to local rivals Hornsea on Saturday in a clash that saw the sides meet again after both were promoted to Division One last term.
|Seasiders through after second half blitz|
WITHERNSEA made the journey to Hill Top to face Division Five side Market Weighton United knowing a win would take them to their second cup final of what is turning out to be a very good season for the Seasiders.