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ANGER has erupted following the shock announcement that community beds at Withernsea’s Hospital are to be closed from today. On Wednesday the City Health Care Partnership CIC, revealed it had been decided to temporarily halt admissions to community beds because of staff shortages and the ability to provide high quality continuity of care, pending a decision by the Secretary of State for Health  ...[read more]

   
       
     
 

HORNSEA businesses and members of the public have used social media to potentially prevent more thefts in the area following a ‘drink and run’ incident.

Joan Gamble, the owner of Knights Restaurant Grill Bar in Newbegin, used the Hornsea Rant Facebook page and the Pubwatch Whatsapp group to alert the town to a group of two families. She claims they left her business without paying a £106 bar tab they had run up on Thursday, August 6.

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ONE of East Yorkshire’s most popular festivals will not be going ahead due to ‘a perfect storm’ of factors and a 50 per cent drop in ticket sales, organisers have revealed.

Cornucopia Festival director John Holtby opened his heart to the Gazette as the decision to call off the festival in the grounds of Burton Constable Hall was still raw.

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EASINGTON United will be without their manager and a trio of players when they kick-off their 2017/18 league campaign on Saturday, away at Hall Road Rangers Reserves.  ...(read more)

   
       
   
 

HULL FC maintained their unbeaten record in the Super 8s last Friday night as they edged out in-form St Helens 8-6 at the Totally Wicked Stadium in dreadful conditions, with Marc Sneyd showing his class, dictating the play with a brilliant all-round kicking display.   ...(read more)

   
       
     
 

UNFORTUNATELY, due to lack of numbers the Humbleton first eleven conceded their fixture to Brandesburton, but the second XI fared better, albeit in bizarre circumstances.

The second team entertained Bransholme & Kingswood, who arrived at Humbleton expecting to the roll the home team over easily. Asked to bat first, they were heard to brag that they would score 350 easily. ...(read more)

   
         
         
         
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