|News This Week...|
|Pupils leave floral tributes after teacher dies playing football|
TRIBUTES have been paid to a
popular Hornsea School teacher
after he died suddenly whilst
playing football for Langtoft
AFC on Saturday February 11.
|Sea bass wars as EU net closes in on fishermen|
A FISHING war is looming over a brand new EU regulation which forbids fishermen from catching sea bass which came into force on February 1. Now Holderness fishermen like Shaun Wingham who fishes near Withernsea using the centuriesold practice of onshore fishing will no longer be able to net sea bass. Shaun runs Winghams Fresh Fish in Queen Street, with his wife Penny. He uses a specialised practice to fish where a net is stretched out along the shoreline at low tide and the catch is brought in when it retreats again. However the new ruling means the new EU regulation will not have any conservation value. ...[read more]
LOVE is in the air for one lucky
couple as East Riding Registration and
Celebratory Services offer the chance
to win a civil wedding ceremony. The
prize on offer is a ceremony of choice
ranging from the bronze, silver and
gold package to the top-of-the-range
bespoke platinum ceremony.
|Jamieson leads his men into the quarter finals|
PATRINGTON AFC has
reached the quarter-finals
of the ERCFA Qualifying
Cup after a close 2-1 victory
against Driffield side
Spread Eagle last weekend.
|Mixed fortunes for Binman Mike in Preston encounter|
BINMAN Mike travelled to Preston Snooker Club recently to take on two great match players in Gary Beetham and Glenn Jefferson.
In the opening frame, Mike met Gary and the opening exchanges were dominated by some good safety play by both players. The Binman went on to create the first real opening, courtesy of an excellent long red and he had a decent chance to move ahead. ...(read more)
|New text service available for halfway house|
IT’S THE TIME of year when the new stock starts to come in so make sure you keep popping in to see what’s new.