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A WITHERNSEA couple due to get married in a matter of weeks have been left ‘distraught’ after they learned the company providing their suits, menswear and formal hire firm Greenwoods, has gone into administration.
Bride-to-be Amanda Lunn, of Queen Street, is set to marry Mark Damms on Saturday, October 7. The couple paid £956.45 in cash for nine suits and one waistcoat from the company
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A GROUP of holidaymakers from Hornsea was left stranded in France after having their Ryanair flight back to
Leeds Bradford Airport cancelled by the flight company the day they were due to fly home. The party was due to fly from Montpellier to Leeds Bradford with Ryanair on the evening of Thursday, September 14. They were checking out of their accommodation that morning when they received a text message to say their flight that evening had been cancelled. The delay and inconvenience meant they incurred additional expenses estimated to be around £1,000....[read more]

   
       
     
 

WELWICK and Weeton have been awarded a ‘Silver Gilt’ award in the Yorkshire in Bloom competition run by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) for the second year running.
The judges were complementary about all the volunteers’ efforts and made suggestions to improve on the result for next year....[read more]

   
       
 
   
       
 
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WITHERNSEA’S first team travelled to Beverley last Saturday hoping to continue their unbeaten start to the season and they did just that, recording an impressive 5-1 win.
The hosts lost their first game of the campaign 2-0 against Hedon Rangers so were looking to turn things around and get a win against the locals....[read more]

   
       
   
 

ON A MISERABLE day, not made for running rugby, Withernsea again served up an entertaining performance against one of the strongest sides in the table. 74 points were scored, with 12 tries for the sparse crowd to enjoy....[read more]

   
       
     
 

THE PATRINGTON third string took on a decent Sutton II side in what was to turn into a real thriller of a game at a sunny Southside last Sunday as the two sides contested the McKinley Cup Final, a competition that has been going since 1979 when Aldbrough were the inaugural winners......[read more]

   
         
         
         
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