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    Arts centre plan for church moves closer  
   

NEW plans to transform St Nicholas Church in Withernsea into an arts, heritage, and education centre are set to move a step closer, the Gazette can reveal.
On May 11, members of the public will be able to have their say and learn more about the proposals for the building, which is no longer used for worship, at an open day at the church from 2pm and 7pm.  ............[read more]

 
       
    Hornsea woman jailed  
   

A CALLOUS woman has been jailed for 12-months for stealing £9,800 from the life savings of a Hornsea widow she befriended.
Dementia sufferer Gwendoline Palmer, 87, spent the last months of her life without the scrapbooks and photographs which could have assisted in her memory because her former friend was too busy spending her life savings.  ............[read more]

 
       
     
   
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after an 88-year-old woman died at the scene of a road accident in North Holderness on Tuesday when a blue Peugeot 106 and a black Vauxhall Astra were involved in a collision. ...........[read more]
 
       
       
  Sports News...  
           
    Seasiders let the lead slip twice in a feisty local derby  
   

THE SEASIDERS where edged out 3-2 in a heated derby encounter after leading twice last Thursday In front of a big crowd at Hull Road.  ...............(read more)

 
       
    Holderness-based cricket teams are ready for the 2015 campaign  
   
THE SECOND cricket season under the auspices of the York & District Senior League coupled with their Eastern Conference, is due to get under way on Saturday, with a total of ten games scheduled for April 25, (writes Malc Ripley.)  ..............(read more)
 
       
    Vikings beaten in opening match  
   

HOLDERNESS Vikings kicked off their 2015 season with an 18-4 defeat against a well-organised Skirlaugh Bulls team.
Defence was the name of the game for the Vikings who had to defend their line time and time again as some poor options with the ball and some strange decisions from the referee allowed the Bulls to batter the Vikings’ line. ..........(read more)

 
           
           
           
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