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    Benefits blow in as wind farm opened  

LOCAL communities in Holderness are set to benefit from a funding bonanza of more than £100,000 donated to community projects across East Yorkshire through E.ON’s Humber Gateway Offshore Wind Farm Community Support Fund.
It has been set up to support sustainable community projects in parishes between Easington and Preston which border the wind farm at the mouth of the Humber.  ............[read more]

    Drugs dumped after swoop by police dogs  

POLICE targeted Hornsea in a special operation on Saturday night and discarded drugs were found on the street.
Specially-trained dogs were used by handlers to sniff out any drugs being used in three bars visited in the town. ............[read more]


IT MAY officially be autumn, but the seaside resort of Withernsea is experiencing its very own drought as its only petrol station continues to be dry.
Like a pub with no beer, Withernsea’s only garage with no fuel spells misery for residents.  ............[read more]

  Sports News...  
    Seasiders destroy Skirlaugh  

THE SEASIDERS’ fine start to the season continued when they brushed aside Skirlaugh on Saturday to go top of the pile. This game was effectively over at half-time when Withernsea led 5-1. The goals came through the impressive Frost (2), Seeley (2) and an own goal. The visitors hit back through a penalty after Fisher brought down an advancing striker as he appeared to be going through on goal. . ...............(read more)

    Sweet revenge for semi-final defeat  

WITHERNSEA faced a very different team from that which they played at home in last season’s play-off semi-final. That afternoon in May saw a very different outcome too, with the visitors victorious and going on to win the final the week after, surprisingly, with a totally different team again!  ..............(read more)

    Defeat is hard to take for battling Patrington  

PATRINGTON AFC kicked off their third home game of the season against Orchard Park FC at the ABP Old Fort Ground last Saturday and they went down to a 3-1 defeat.
The home side had depleted teams for the opening two games of the season due to a lot of players being on holiday, injuries or work commitments.  ..........(read more)

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