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    Energy park pitch for aerodrome site  

A BRAND new energy park with the potential for 700 jobs could be created on land at the former Hedon aerodrome site between Saltend and Hedon.
Project leaders say it is a strategic site for the Humber Estuary and the first of its kind in Yorkshire because it brings together businesses, data, energy and education all in one place. Now local people are being urged to have their say.  ...[read more]

    Group wants to restore beauty spot back to its former glory  

A HORNSEA group is proposing to return Fair Place, next to the town’s Mere, back to its former glory.
This comes as part of the Hornsea Civic Society’s 50th anniversary and will be its biggest project of the year.
The space, also known as Mere Side Park, has views onto the Mere and the society wants to recreate the space that was once loved and historically was used as a popular watering place for horses of those visiting markets held there.  ...[read more]


WORK has begun at Paull on what will be the UK’s longest stretch of glazed flood defences. Glass panels are being fitted on top of the existing sea wall from the shipyard at the northern end of the village, behind homes fronting the Humber on Main Street.
They will stretch over a distance of around 520 metres finishing at the end of the current concrete wall at Anson Villas.  ...[read more]

  Sports News...  
    Eastenders looking forward with hopes of a much better season ahead in 2016/17  

EASINGTON United held their Presentation Evening ‘Hog Roast and Disco’ last Saturday at the Haven Arms in Hedon.
Around eighty players and guests were in attendance, with the evening given poignancy by the presence as guests of honour of the family of player/coach Andy Martin who tragically passed away earlier this season.  ...(read more)

Hornsea know what to expect  

HORNSEA Rugby Union Club start their preparations for the forthcoming 2016–2017 Yorkshire Four season when their pre-season training commences on Tuesday June 28 at 7pm, at the Hollis Recreation Ground.
All current, past and prospective players are very welcome to attend. The players have been maintaining their fitness levels throughout the early summer by playing touch rugby, but now the serious stuff is about to start! ...(read more)

    ‘Magic Man’ presents title to Withernsea’s magic men  

LAST weekend Withernsea AFC hosted their first ever Sportsman’s Dinner with football legend Paul Merson and MC Mally Lord.
A great night was had by all despite Merson’s input being slightly restricted due to the England football game taking place at the same time. Also on the night, alongside a three course meal was a raffle and an auction which were very well supported.   ...(read more)

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