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    Renewed concerns over policing cuts  
   

THE spectre of police stations across Holderness being either closed or staffed only by community support officers has been raised again by Labour’s prospective Parliamentary candidate for Beverley and Holderness, Margaret Pinder.
Mrs Pinder, a former Mayor of Beverley and a qualified solicitor, has been campaigning against the effects of a planned restructuring of the Humberside Police Force as it deals with enforced cuts to its budget.  ...............[read more]

 
       
    Work starts on school rebuild  
   

WORK has now started on the multi-million rebuild and refurbishment project at Withernsea High School with engineering and construction pupils at the school being invited to lend a hand with the marking out of several of the new buildings.
The £12.8 million refurbishment and rebuild will see a new and iconic building completed next summer in time for the new school year in September 2015.  ...............[read more]

 
       
     
   
A WITHERNSEA community gym has been praised by two mums whose sons have battled against the odds with different medical conditions.
Fifteen-year-old Cam Bonde, from Kirkfield, Withernsea, was born with hypermobility and muscle weakness, but now helps in mentoring and coaching some of the youngsters who box at the WaW gym in Queen Street.   ...............[read more]
 
       
       
  Sports News...  
           
    Seasiders remain unbeaten!  
   

FIRST of all, the club would like to mention the great behaviour and attitudes of all the players and supporters on the field last Saturday.
All 48 players and club officials held a minutes silence in memory of Don Rowland. Don gave more than 50 years of service to the club and everyone connected to Withernsea AFC would like to send their deepest sympathy to Nesta and Don’s family. 
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    Seasiders secure the spoils with rampant first half display  
    SCARBOROUGH Danesmen are like a box of Quality Street - you never know which one you are going to get. Usually good at home, and particularly strong in their 50-point demolition of Withernsea in the Play-off semi-final two seasons ago, the 60 mile journey sometimes takes its toll on the quality of the team that Scarborough turn out on the Holderness coast.
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    Doctor Foster prescribes just what the team had ordered  
   
AFTER a couple of hammerings in the Winter League, the Ozone A snooker boys have made rather a good recovery thanks to a cracking cup victory and an even more convincing away win.   ..............(read more)
 
           
           
           
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