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A DEAL to bring ‘essential’ money advice and general advice services to the residents of Withernsea has been sealed.

It will mean the Citizens Advice Service will now be available one and a half days a week in the town.   ...[read more]


SKIRLAUGH residents turned out in force to give their views on the demolition of the 200-year-old Sun Inn public house.

Plans have been submitted to East Riding of Yorkshire Council to demolish the empty pub to make way for five homes. More than 60 local residents attended Skirlaugh Parish Council’s full council meeting last Wednesday, January 9, which was moved to the village hall to accommodate the large numbers. ...[read more]


AN appeal has been launched to raise £165,000 to safeguard All Saints Church in Roos for the future.

Plans have been drawn up by an architect and approved by the Diocese of York which will enable the installation of much needed facilities such as a toilet and a refreshment servery area. ...[read more]

Sports News...

MALTON SENT a team to the east coast for the first time in many seasons, although with the visitors having  a decent size squad, compared to only 16 players for  Withernsea, it was they who looked like the home team.

The game, however, started with Withernsea looking  to take advantage of being at home and the first half saw  them produce some of their best rugby of the season. ....[read more]


YOUNG players in a local football team have received a boost in their quest to play in a tournament in Holland in May and represent their town abroad.  ...[read more]


AN ENTHRALLING, entertaining high scoring game was put on by both sides as the Woldsmen came out on top on a blustery afternoon at Kellythorpe.

Driffield took an early lead after just five minutes when their powerful pack drove over with the extras being added successfully. ...[read more]

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