I am now the proud owner of ‘Banger’… and it’s all because of smelly odours from Yorkshire Water!
REGULARS visiting the Hedon Blog will know that we have recently changed the layout of the website. To limit the amount of scrolling you have to do, key features can now be found at the foot of the page. These include our Flickr Photos, Facebook Page, Information listing […]
WHO would have thought on February 5th 2009, when I quickly – without much thought really – started a Blog about Hedon, that it would still be here to reach its sixth birthday!?
WITHOUT a doubt the most photographed public place in Hedon is the beautiful King of Holderness, the magnificent Church of St Augustine. On the Hedon Blog we take quite a few photos of the church which we use to accompany articles about it or events taking place there. […]
So, what were the most popular articles during 2014 – and which did we enjoy writing….?
We wish all our readers a very merry Christmas! Our Christmas card this year shows the ‘King of Holderness’ St Augustine’s Church, framed by the Hedon Christmas Tree and the chimney pots of the buildings on Market Place. This week in the run up to Christmas and New […]
HEDON BLOG has often spoke about its wish to create a Local News Hub for the town but progress on this has stalled based on my wish to have a ‘ready-made’ organisation for people to join. In all honesty I’ve just never got around to drawing up a […]
FRIDAY 28th NOVEMBER 2014 is the date for your diaries! This is when – arguably – the biggest event in Hedon’s annual calendar takes place: The Switch-On of the Christmas Tree lights! With Santa’s Grotto and sleigh, children’s fairground rides, army cadet force band, the main street turned […]
MEMBERS of Hedon Youth Group were celebrating five years of success for the group last night at a special Halloween meal at the Kingstown Hotel – But the evening was tinged with a bit of sadness for the group…
RIPLEY’S REMINISCENCES returns today with a photograph of a barge on the Hedon Haven taken in 1952. Another reminder of the role our waterways have played in the history of the town. The Hedon Haven was a watercourse linking to the Humber that once made Hedon one of the most important […]
NOT a particularly dramatic shot but a bit of a historic first! This is the first photo of a Hedon Town Council meeting published under the Government’s ‘right to report’ measures…
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