hedon-picture001The Hedon Blog offers an online voice for communities in Hedon, East Yorkshire, UK and is part of the www.hu12.net family of local websites.

It is hoped to feature the news, information and stories about Hedon that matter to you.

The Blog will cover the ‘big’ issues that concern the town, but also aim to provide that very local information that is not readily available elsewhere i.e. local opening times, bus time-tables, notice of road-works and other disruption to services. It will bring you news of voluntary and community events and local campaigns. The Blog will bring you news from those that make important decisions about the town, and you will have an opportunity to have your say on these items.

A simple form can be completed on the What’s On page to let you tell us about any events that are going on in the town. The Blog will do its best to promote  your activity.

YOUR CONTRIBUTION, comments, information and thoughts are sought and valued on this website. Please leave comments on any post/article or if you prefer then email hedonblog@gmx.com For further information about how you can get involved look at the You can help… page.

The picture on this page is a greetings card on sale in the featured local post office and is published by Rushay Arts from an original painting by Stuart McKenzie Stoppard.

Also featured is Nutmegs, a charming tea-shop that sells fantastic yummy looking cakes! And in the background is the “King of Holderness” the St. Augustines Church.

A small market takes place every Wednesday just opposite the buildings shown here. A market has been taking place in the town for around 800 years!

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  1. Well that didn’t last long, Sainsbury’s have announced they are closing all their Netto stores in August, what next for the site on Hull road?

  2. For several weeks a visiting Egret has been living with the ponies in the field on Station Lane. It has created a lot of interest and a number of people have taken photographs. It was eventually joined by another and this morning I have seen four Egrets all having a good feed in the field. Has anyone seen them anywhere else in Hedon?

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