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Inmans Primary Re-build

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 […]

School Holiday Canoe Sessions

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 […]

Wonderful miniature exhibition!

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 […]

Local Business Snippets

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 […]