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POLICE are investigating a fire in a block of flats due for demolition in Withernsea hours before work was due to begin.

It is believed the fire which destroyed a first floor flat in Cherry Tree Avenue was started deliberately. ...[read more]


WORK has begun on a £7.5 million landmark redevelopment of East Riding Leisure Hornsea which is due to re-open for Easter 2020. East Riding of Yorkshire Council bosses hope the new-look leisure centre will cater for residents and add to Hornsea’s tourism offer by attracting more visitors. It will boast beach-side access to the café and toilets and sea views from the outdoor seating area as part of the complete refurbishment and extension of the leisure centre with brand new facilities.  ...[read more]


A PLANNING appeal has been allowed and planning granted for change of use of land from a residential garden to a care home garden in Hornsea. The erection of a detached outbuilding and gazebo at Spring House Residential Care Home on Eastbourne Road, Hornsea has also been allowed following the appeal.  ...[read more]

Sports News...

FOR the second successive season, Easington United were beaten on penalties in the semi-finals of the East Riding Senior Country Cup on Tuesday night. Blackburn Athletic triumphed 5-3 after a night of high drama in Pocklington, in which ex-Easington goalkeeper Lloyd Mulholland proved the hero when saving Chris Frost’s spot-kick in the shootout.   ...[read more]


WEST HULL Amateurs are the champions elect in County League Division One and a victory at Roos last Saturday would have clinched the title for the runaway leaders.  ...[read more]


AT LEAST the sun was out for Match 10 for the members of the Commercial Sea Angling Club. However, that was probably the best thing about the match last Sunday. ...[read more]

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