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TWO former Hornsea School and Language College pupils have helped to bring to life a piece of music which was hand-written during World War l.

Whilst sorting through some of his grandmother’s old papers, Ross Ryalls, 37, from Leven came across a hand-written piece of music for piano, composed by his great great uncle, Joseph Payne, who was an Associate of the National College of Music.   ...[read more]


CALLS have been made to Health Secretary Matt Hancock to ‘intercede in the systematic erosion’ of hospital services in Withernsea and the surrounding areas.

A letter written by the Withernsea and District Health Forum was sent to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, on Wednesday, by Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart.  ...[read more]


AN OUTLINE planning application to develop land near Paull into a 453acre industrial park, creating 7,500 new jobs looks set to be submitted to East Riding of Yorkshire Council by the end of the month.

According to developer Associated British Ports (ABP) Humber’s Daffyd Williams, if permission for the Humber International Enterprise Park is granted by the local authority construction of a new access road, which forms part of the scheme could begin early in 2020.   ...[read more]

Sports News...

ROOS FC dropped to the bottom of County League Division One last Saturday, going down 4-3 at home to Hessle Rangers Juniors, the game marred by a fully committed and totally accidental collision that left Mitch Proby with a broken leg.

Roos have been struggling in recent weeks with injuries, work commitments, holidays and player unavailability, and the manager demanded a huge response following a shameful showing in their previous match when they could only muster 10 players from a 24-man squad for a game at Hull United Reserves and lost 6-2. ...[read more]


ON SUNDAY, November 4, Withernsea Golf Club members contested a Monthly Medal and the First Division winner was Martin Thurkettle with a score of 70.

Runner-up was Colin Somerville with 74, edging out third placed Steve Read, who also registered a score of 74 on count back.   ...[read more]


THE FIRST competitive meeting in league rugby of Withernsea and Hornsea in many years saw a great and ultimately close contest, with the Hollismen coming out just on top.

It was Hornsea who started the stronger in the opening phases as they camped down inside Withernsea’s 22. ...[read more]

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