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    Family stunned by sudden death  

THE family of a 27- year-old Withernsea man who died suddenly at home on Monday morning say they are completely heartbroken by his tragic loss.
Emergency services were called to an address at The Glade on Carrs Meadow shortly before 7.30am, where father-of-one Darren Uscroft was pronounced dead at the scene.  ............[read more]

    Revved up to promote Hornsea …  

UPTO 3,000 bikers are expected to descend on Hornsea for the resort’s first-ever Bike Event in Hall Garth Park this August.
Hornsea’s answer to the massively popular Barton Bike Night on the south bank of the Humber is set to take place on Sunday, August 23, and is designed to showcase the town to a new audience and draw in more visitors.  ...........[read more]

WITHERNSEA is to benefit from brand new CCTV cameras in the town thanks to a grant of £8,590 from the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner’s Crime Reduction Fund.
Withernsea Town Council applied to the fund, which is designed for local projects to aid crime reduction, and town clerk Jayne Moxon told the Gazette: “The money will provide a network link to remote access equipment at Withernsea Police Station.  ...........[read more]
  Sports News...  
    Roos have to dig deep to pick up a crucial point  

ROOS travelled to Gilberdyke with a bare 11 last Saturday for a vital match in their quest to capture the County League Division 3 title and in a frantic finish, they were glad to leave with a share of the spoils, extending their current unbeaten run to 10 matches. ...............(read more)

    ‘Westy’ itching to get back on track at Donington Park  
FOLLOWING a further three-day test at Guadix, the JG Speedfit Kawasaki team return home in a buoyant mood as James Westmoreland and James Ellison successfully worked through a raft of settings and parts in the Spanish sunshine.   ..............(read more)
    Exciting times on the horizon for local cricketers in Yorkshire  
LEAGUE cricket in Yorkshire will get an exciting new-look in 2016 with the creation of the Yorkshire Premier Cricket.
It will feature four premier leagues which will all have partner leagues beneath them as the first steps are taken towards creating a Yorkshire pyramid for club cricket.   ..........(read more)
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