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    The shape of things to come?  

BRAND NEW ideas to transform Withernsea’s seafront are to be unveiled at a week-long public exhibition in the town next week.
Documents and drawings made available exclusively to the Gazette reveal promenade illuminations, pavement fountains, viewing vantage points and raised seating among a list of ideas designed to make the town attractive to visitors and residents alike.  ................[read more]

    New bid for progress on spending £1m Lottery grant…  

EFFORTS are being made in Withernsea to re-ignite local efforts to spend £1 million for the good of the town.
A meeting of the remaining members of the Big Lottery steering group is due to take place tonight, which is hoped will move things forward – almost two years after the cash award was first announced.  ...............[read more]


BEVERLEY and Holderness MP Graham Stuart has paid tribute to David Haines, the Holderness-born aid worker who was beheaded by the militant group, known variously as Islamic State (IS), ISIL or Isis.
Mr Haines’ death was revealed at the weekend after the Foreign Office said it was almost certain a video released by the group, showing the execution, was genuine.   .................[read more]

  Sports News...  
    What a great end to season  

Patrington finished the 2014 season on a high with a 47 run victory over local rivals Hull Zingari to cement a fourth placed finish just six points behind second placed Hornsea.  ..............(read more)

    Withernsea RUFC unveil their new kit for the upcoming season  

Withernsea RUFC has been delighted to receive sponsorship from a number of generous local companies as it prepares for the 2014/15 season. Park Resorts have kindly provided a new kit for the club, with shirts, shorts and socks, which show the five sponsors on a vibrant new design. Gary Gough, manager of the Withernsea Sands Holiday Park, is seen sporting the new shirt, which will be launched in Withernsea's first game, at home to Hullensians on Saturday September 20 at home. Crossroads Garden Centre, Hollym, and AAA Security also appear on the shirt as sponsors of their local team.   ................(read more)

    Roos no match for impressive champions  
ROOS FC began their County League Division Three programme at home to Gilberdyke Phoenix Reserves last Saturday, but they were no match for last year's Division Four champions.
The hosts played their part in what was an entertaining game, but they were fighting a losing battle early on with the loss of both Sam Huteson and captain James Dixon to injury inside the opening half hour.   ................(read more)
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