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FOUR medical practices in Holderness have announced plans to merge to form one large partnership, it has been revealed.
The merger of Hornsea’s Eastgate Medical Group, South Holderness Medical Practice in Withernsea, Church View Surgery in Hedon, and Hedon Group Practice will take place on July 1. But there are no plans to close any of these sites and patients will still be able to see their usual GP and nursing team, the Gazette has been told.  ...[read more]


BEVERLEY and Holderness MP, Graham Stuart says that the East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) must take responsibility to ensure adequate care for local patients at the blood clinic in Withernsea Community Hospital. He has waded into the latest battle to save hospital services in the town, highlighted on the front page of last week’s Holderness and East Riding edition of the Gazette.  ...[read more]


MEMBERS of the public brushed up on their life-saving skills at a community first aid course at the Withernsea Children’s Centre on Wednesday, March 7.
The course, which is being run by Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS), has been arranged by Julie Withey, the business manager at South Holderness Medical Practice and is part of the Withernsea Project, a whole system approach to health and wellbeing.  ...[read more]

Sports News...

FOR the umpteenth time this season the weather holds the key to the weekend action involving all Easington teams.
Having just got over the persistent rain on Friday night that decimated last weekend’s fixture schedule, a day-long downpour on Monday has already cast grave doubts for this Saturday and Sunday...and that’s before we apparently host “Beast from the East – The Sequel”!  ...[read more]


WITHERNSEA played hosts to in-form Hodgsons AFC in the quarter-final of the League Senior Cup at Hull Road last Saturday and the two teams played out a classic!
This was the fourth meeting between the two sides this season, with both sides registering a win apiece and the other resulting in a draw, it was always going to be a close affair. That is exactly what the supporters got in what was definitely a game of two halves! ...[read more]


THE RELATIVELY short trip to Barton last weekend became a mammoth trek for Withernsea, seeking to consolidate top three status against their lowly opponents. It was turned into a long trip via the M18 as the Humber Bridge was closed due to an accident. As a result, Withernsea had a very quick warm up, whilst Barton were well and truly ready for the game.
Barton started as expected with their big forwards taking the game to the visitors with lots of route one drives off the edge of the breakdown.  ...[read more]

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