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    Councillors allay fears over home  
   

EAST RIDING councillors have moved swiftly to allay renewed fears over the future of a sheltered housing complex in Withernsea.
Former town Mayor Patrick Spicer contacted the Gazette this week in frustration at what he feels is a “wall of silence” over Wesley Court.    ...............[read more]

 
       
    Tributes to ‘dedicated firefighter’  
   

THE FUNERAL took place at Burton Pidsea on Friday of a popular Withernsea-based bus driver who died suddenly of a heart attack on October 17.
Paul Stanley Sainsbury, 49, of Kiln Lane in Patrington, was rushed to hospital after complaining of breathing difficulties, but passed away soon after.  ................[read more]

 
       
     
   
THIS YEAR is the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of World War l and across Holderness people will pay their respects on Remembrance Sunday, November 9, to those who paid the ultimate price in that war and all the conflicts since.
In Withernsea, a new Remembrance Garden has been created, close to the old War Memorial at the rear of the Municipal Buildings, which are on Queen Street.   ...............[read more]
 
       
       
  Sports News...  
           
    First team put paid to Reserves’ cup dreams  
   

ON A day fit for a derby game, the two sides took to the pitch ready for war, but what you got in fact was a friendly game played in the right manner and at a good tempo (after words from a ‘Braveheart’ inspired Mr Dunn.  ..............(read more)

 
       
    Jon McCloud picks up two top awards  
   
HOLDERNESS Vikings Open Age held the team’s 2014 presentation night at a packed Patrington Village Hall and the players, family and friends all enjoyed a superb hog roast before the night’s awards were presented.  ..............(read more)
 
       
    Town pay the price for missed opportunities  
   
HORNSEA Town were hit by a disappointing 4-0 defeat as they hosted seventh placed Chalk Lane at the Hollis Recreation Ground in their latest Humber Premier League fixture, writes Samuel Burton.  ..............(read more)
 
           
           
           
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