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A FINAL service will be held at St Helen’s Church in Skeffling at 10am on Sunday, March 1. Led by the Bishop of Hull, the Right Reverend Alison White, it will be the last opportunity to worship there before the church formally closes by the end of March. In the short term, the ownership of the Grade 1 listed building will pass from the parish to the Diocese of York ...[read more]


PREPARATIONS are underway for Let’s Go Hornsea’s first community awards on February 22. The chair of the Let’s Go Hornsea regeneration group, Hilary Rose, said: “The new community awards event is being held to celebrate ...[read more]


LARGE trees and power lines were brought down as Storm Ciara gripped Holderness last weekend. The storm’s high winds caused damage and disruption across the region but both Humberside Police and the East Riding of Yorkshire Council have confirmed there have . ....[read more]

Sports News...

AFTER TWO weeks’ cup action, Easington United returned to Humber Premier League football in impressive style courtesy of a 4-2 win at Norwood Park. The Eastenders raced into a 4-0 half-time lead after what assistant-boss Craig Foster termed “our best fortyfive minutes of the season”. The ...[read more]


MARIE CURIE has pledged to help people from across Yorkshire to fulfil their New Year’s resolution with its Hornsea Rotary One Third Marathon. Whether your goal is to get fit, lose weight, meet new people or do something adventurous for charity in 2020, Marie Curie ...[read more]


FOLLOWING Steve Brown’s recent retirement and in recognition of his 50 years of service to Withernsea Rugby Union Football Club, the current and past players (Old Heads) of the club all chipped in to surprise their beloved Club President with ...[read more]

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