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    Bid to boost visitor numbers in winter  
   

TOURISM could be boosted in Withernsea if the resort has a tourist information facility that is open all year round.
That’s the view of town councillors who want to see the service expanded with information available at the Meridian Centre so out of season visitors can discover more about the resort.  ...[read more]

 
       
    Market Place ‘is empty and dying’  
   

HORNSEA’S Market Place is dying because of a lack of footfall and poor parking signs, it has been claimed.
According to some small traders in the town, the Market Place is being hit hard with businesses having to close because not enough people are visiting to make business viable.  ...[read more]

 
       
     
   

POLICE are hunting for a robber who threatened a female shopworker in Withernsea with a knife.

The woman was about to close Moores Newsagents in Queen Street at 10pm on Wednesday, February 3, when the robbery took place.  ...[read more]

 
       
       
  Sports News...  
           
    Stiffs scuppered by second half collapse  
   

A POOR second half display cost the Eastenders Reserves dearly in their meeting with East Riding County League Division Three leaders AFC North at Low Farm last Saturday.
After a very encouraging first 45 minutes in which Mark Hutchinson’s well-taken goal proved the difference, three quick replies after the break helped turn things the visitors’ way. ...(read more)

 
       
Reserves on top in 11-goal thriller  
   

THE locals made the trip to the William Sutton Trust Pavilion to play Division Five side Kingston Hull in the third round of the Qualifying Country Cup.
Manager Suddaby had a few selection and positional dilemmas, so he made the bold decision to play a 3-5-2 without a recognised centre half.  ...(read more)

 
       
    Hornsea disappoint so promotion put on hold  
   

HORNSEA RUFC suffered a disappointing defeat against promotion rivals Wibsey at the Hollis Recreation Ground last weekend, as they were outplayed by their opponents, who looked like they were much hungrier for the win.
The result now means that the Hollismen still require one more point from their final game to ensure their promotion back into Yorkshire Division Four.  ...(read more)

 
           
           
           
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