THE FINAL MATCH in South Holderness Cricket Club An Xl’s rain bedraggled summer, resulted in their Middle Lane game against Cherry Burton lasting a mere 11.1 overs, before heavy rain put paid to their season, with the visitors on 34 for 1 wicket, with Jack Law finishing with […]
HORSEWELL POND: If you pass the pond and think nothing is happening – well it is. The council’s partners The Yorkshire Wildlife Trust have been trying to secure further funding to return and help restore the pond, this funding has now been agreed, so we hope to meet […]
CARL AT THE STATION reports that the pub is now registered and connected to Sky Sports… but Shssssh! Don’t tell everyone…. we don’t want to spoil the nice friendly atmosphere of the Souttergate boozer! Yours toungue in cheek – The Hedon Blogger!
THE RE-BUILDING of Inmans Primary School is well under way. The school was hit by the floods of 2007 but had also suffered from floodwater damage in 2000. The school is being re-built on higher ground (the old school playing field) using funding awarded by the Government for […]
THE NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICE Team have been responding to a request by Hedon Town Council and local traders to have a zero tolerance approach on illegal parking in and around the town centre. The Police Team report that they have held a site meeting with East Riding of Yorkshire […]
KELSEY GARDENS reports on the Kelsey Garden News Blog that the watersports area plans to be open for each afternoon during the school holidays for canoe hire and refreshments. Typical canoe hire costs £7.00 per 30 minutes. There are qualified instructors available to ensure that you can learn […]
UPDATE: According to the South Holderness Cricket Club Website this event has been cancelled! “It’s new, it’s never been done before, it’s gonna be different!” A new form of cricket makes its appearance on Bank Holiday Sunday down at Middle Lane, Hedon. Wendy Swales explains: South Holderness Cricket […]
THE EXHIBITION of miniature homes and furniture at Hedon Museum reveals the passion, patience and skill that undoubtedly must make up the members of the Hull based Fantasia Dolls House Club. A Victorian terrace is the centrepiece of the display with nine uniquely designed miniature properties each with […]
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THE STATION PUB which has recently undergone a ‘makeover’ has now turned its attention to food, offering “traditional pub grub” on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday lunch. Light lunches are on offer from 12 – 2:30pm and a ‘ Tea Time Special’ from 5pm – 7pm is […]
OCCASIONS of Hedon opened for business in their new Market Place shop recently having flitted from Watmough Arcade. Meanwhile the Taste Delicatessen also on the Market Place has announced it is closing for a short summer break. And in other local business news, John Beal, 71, is retiring […]
FORTY EIGHT intrepid Yorkshire men and women invaded Lincolnshire’s only racecourse at Market Rasen on Yorkshire Day 2010 to attend its Family Funday horse racing fixture. This Annual Charity Coach trip took place on the 1st August from the Station pub organised by Jim Lindop. The event is […]