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VILLAGERS in the Holderness hamlet of Fitling are fighting plans which they claim will “swamp” the village with holiday homes.
Westfield Country Park which operates Westfield Lakeland Lodges already has 10 short-let lodges, with permission granted for another 15. It now wants to put up 15 “chalet style” static caravans for sale as holiday homes................[read more]

 
       
    Developers win homes plan appeal  
   

CONTROVERSIAL plans to build another 122 homes off Hornsea’s Ashcourt Drive, have been given the go ahead by a planning inspector, who rejected a condition imposed by East Riding of Yorkshire Council which would have limited the development to just 50 properties.
Persimmon Homes (Yorkshire) Ltd had appealed against the decision by ERYC, which would have allowed only 50 of the planned 122 houses until a link road to St Nicholas Drive was built................[read more]

 
       
     
   
A HOLDERNESS bank worker who had been described as a “model employee” has been jailed for 16 months after stealing £13,360 from elderly customers to gamble online.
Forty-two-year-old Richard Dale, of High Stile, Leven, targeted older and confused customers as he ran up £50,000 worth of gambling debts, Hull Crown Court was told.  ...............[read more]
 
       
       
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    Withernsea are triumphant on their travels  
   

UNBEATEN in their first three Merit Table fixtures, Withernsea made the long journey to Malton with a strong squad, which would be needed at a venue which had brought a sparse return in recent years. Malton, notorious for not travelling well, also fielded a strong team with a mixture of experience and youth.  ..............(read more)

 
       
    Young and determined Hollismen put Bridlington to shame  
   
THIS has not been the easiest week for adult players and particularly those that volunteer their own time to keep the club running. However, 14 Hollismen finally stepped onto the field facing perhaps their biggest competitive test of the season so far. ..............(read more)
 
       
    Swimmers display their potential in Sheffield  
   
SOUTH Holderness sent 18 swimmers to the Yorkshire Swimming Winter Championships, held at Ponds Forge, Sheffield, entered in 52 events and under the guidance of head coach, Harold Rudd, met with unbelievable success. ..............(read more)
 
           
           
           
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