IN ONE of the first unexpected delays to its publication schedules in recent memory the Holderness Gazette will be available late today – this afternoon rather than this morning. Also of interest, the Gazette seeks two News Correspondents…
Holderness Quiz. An Easter Monday Quiz. Each clue has a Holderness place as its answer! Not necessarily easy to do!
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is seeking Cabinet approval, in principle, to consult and develop a business case to build a crematorium in Holderness. The proposed site of the crematorium is off Lelley Road, near Preston, in Holderness and it is anticipated that a planning application will be submitted later this year.
Perhaps the starkest page that has ever been seen in the Holderness Gazette in its 110-year history!? Do support our local community newspaper with your stories and news. THESE strange times of self-isolation have never been seen before in our lifetime during peacetime. The national lockdown to combat […]
“We would love to see you at Hedon Museum on Thursday afternoon at any time between 1pm – 4pm and show you some of our research on local SHOPS to date and ask you for your memories.”
Glaucoma Specialist Mr Craig Burnett speaks at support meeting on Wednesday 12th June 2019. Mr Burnett is the Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at the Hull and East Yorkshire Eye Hospital.
Christmas Events notified to us for 2018.
Note: As posted, not in date order.
The list of Christmas activities across the area that your Holderness Lions Club are involved with this season, and the scheduled times!
Everyone is invited to the South Holderness Countryside Society “Back to Nature” Day. On Saturday 21st July 2018, from 12 noon, at Ivy House, South Carr Dales Road, Hollym, the South Holderness Countryside Society will be hosting an afternoon of wonderful wildlife and activities for all ages. Bring […]
‘Festivale’ will give Dove House a 25th anniversary boost! The Great Newsome Brewery craft ale team is preparing for the annual fund-raising ‘Festivale’ on Saturday June 23. Almost everything you would expect from a good pub is moving outdoors when Great Newsome holds its annual ‘Festivale’ family charity […]
Holderness Decorative and Fine Arts Society is part of the new revamped national ‘Arts Society’ and will be known as ‘The Arts Society: Holderness’ from November 2018. “The promotion and advancement of aesthetic education and cultivation and study of the decorative and fine arts.” We hold illustrated talks […]