THE TOWN’S historic silver collection will remain in Hedon and will not be loaned out for permanent exhibition in Hull…
DEAD FISH in significant numbers have been spotted in the waterways around Hedon….
A NEW BROCHURE and Guide Book has been published about St Augustine’s Church which will delight all those interested in the history of the 820+ year old “King of Holderness”.
Hedon Town Council: “Extremely proud and protective of fine streets and beautiful buildings in Hedon”…
A DELIGHTED Councillor Jim Lindop has told us the latest news regarding Horsewell Pond.
HEDON TOWN COUNCIL has been approached by Hull City Council with a proposal to display its historic civic silver collection at a future permanent exhibition at Hull’s historic Trinity House building.
THE HEDON SILVER is one of the town’s most widely known, but also best kept secrets! Many residents may have seen collection before, but only at special displays and by invite only. However, the current Mayor Jim Lindop and his Mayoress Sue Lindop have arranged for a public exhibition of some of the silver.
HEDON TOWN COUNCIL is to provide a new Community Notice Board for the Marketplace as a tribute to the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Celebrations. The noticeboard, subject to final decisions, is likely to be triangular in design with three faces for notices. It will be carved from oak and […]
HEDON TOWN COUNCIL has received an offer of a gift to take over the ownership of Elsie Gate field down Ivy Lane, Hedon. The field is well-known to walkers and ramblers in the area and the ‘Elsie Gate’ itself is popularly photographed. Elsie Gate field is under the charitable […]
THE PLANNING NOTICE for the proposed development of Care Home and Assisted Living facilities on land to the North of Magdalen Lane records that if anyone wishes to make comments or lodge objections in respect of the proposal then they should do so by Friday 7th September 2012. […]
HEDON MUSEUM showcases the Hedon Racecourse and Aerodrome in its latest exhibition. The Racecourse, located between Saltend and Hedon, was opened in 1888 and served by its own railway station which brought hundreds of visitors every race day. Apparently at the time it had one of the longest ‘straights’ […]
TEN PEOPLE volunteered to help restore Horsewell Pond at a Community Day on Saturday arranged by Hedon Town Council and the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust. The first task was to dig out the reeds by the roots. The reeds have taken over and stilted the pond – and literally sucked the […]