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    Green light given for 12 week formal consultation  

NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has had their plans approved to start a 12 week formal public consultation on proposed changes to urgent care services. The CCG were given the green light by the group’s governing body, which is made up of elected GPs along with agreed CCG executives, lay members and representatives from the local authority.  ...[read more]

    New hours decision for Cinema Street car park  

COMPROMISE was found at the Hornsea Town Council meeting on Monday October 17 as the controversial Cinema Street car parking time enforcement was brought back before the council.
Back in February, the council decided it would enforce the two-hour free period from April 11, saying the move would improve the availability of parking for town visitors.  ...[read more]


WITHERNSEA residents have raised £500 in a collection for the family whose dog was mauled to death in a vicious attack.
The seaside town’s community has come together to show its warmth for the Gaskin family of Lee Avenue who are still trying to come to terms with the loss of their pet Shih Tzu, Suzie.  ...[read more]

  Sports News...  
    Bad day as Ferriby hit five  

EASINGTON United’s hopes of a repeat success at the Blackburn Sports Ground were dashed in emphatic style as North Ferriby Athletic exacted sweet revenge for their recent league cup exit at the hands of the locals.
The home side seized on some poor defending to inflict upon the Eastenders a second 5-0 defeat of the campaign.  ...(read more)

Mistakes bring an end to unbeaten run  

ROOS FC’s excellent 11-game unbeaten run came to an end last Saturday as they suffered a shock 4-3 home defeat at the hands of Haltemprice.
The visitors arrived at the ground propping up the league table following three successive defeats, and after 35 minutes last Saturday they looked to be heading for a fourth straight defeat in the league as they trailed Roos 3-0.  ...(read more)

    Wolves cling on in 13-goal thriller  

SPORTING Withernsea Wolves versus Hornsea Sporting was no doubt, the biggest game of the season so far for both sides.
After winning both encounters last season and making a hugely impressive start to this one it was Hornsea who would no doubt be the favourites in this clash as well.  ...(read more)

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