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    Mum devastated over son's India trial ordeal  

A KEYINGHAM mother has told the Gazette she is devastated her son is unable to leave India and will have to face a trial after being detained there for nearly two years.
Carole Edmunds said she felt her son Ray Tindall had been let down by the British Government, which she claimed had done nothing to get him home despite charges being dropped last year.  ............[read more]

    Two bailed after arrests  

A MAN and a woman were arrested in Withernsea on Monday, June 29.
Withernsea Communities Policing Team executed a Misuse of Drugs Act warrant at the address in Southcliff Road.  ............[read more]


WITHERNSEA High School has teamed up with an award-winning local brewery to deliver a unique memento to mark their 60th year - their very own Anniversary Ale.

The ale is a relabelled run of Great Newsome Brewery’s top-selling Frothingham Best, which in 2013 beat off stiff worldwide competition from hundreds of entries to be crowned the world’s best bitter in the ‘up to 5 per cent’ category of the World Beer Awards.  ...........[read more]

  Sports News...  
    First team cruise to victory in glorious sunshine  

PATRINGTON continued their good form of late on Saturday with an excellent win over Hull II on a glorious afternoon at Southside.
Skipper Stew Guy was able to call upon the services of all-rounder Jordy Critchley for the first time this year with Craig Foster, Glenn Ratcliffe, Chris Blanchard and Ian Buss all unavailable. Guy won the toss and decided to field first and allow the visitors first use of what looked like an excellent wicket.  ...............(read more)

    Vikings suffer heavy defeat  
OVENDEN’S pitch may well have been more like a dry ski-slope than a sports field but the home team used it to great effect last week as they ran out impressive 48-18 winners.
Right from the kick-off the home team used their large set of forwards to batter the Vikings into submission. The Vikings’ cause wasn’t helped as the team seemed to still be in the changing rooms for the first twenty minutes.  ..............(read more)
    Not a ‘Day’ to remember at the seaside for the first team  

HORNSEA CC lost the toss on a beautiful day at the seaside and they were asked to take first knock by the visiting captain.
After a brisk scoring start, both opening batsmen were back in the pavilion courtesy of wicketkeeper Smith and bowler Nadeem Shefta.  ..........(read more)

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