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Pocklington Town Council is planning to meet with East Riding Council officers in a bid to protect the future of the town’s youth centre.
Burnby Hall and Gardens recorded one of its busiest weekends ever as over 4,000 visitors flocked to the venue to experience it’s first tulip festival and May Day celebrations earlier this month.
Pocklington Lions Club welcomed a new recruit recently with members delighted at the club’s continued growth.
Campaigners battling to re-open the Beverley to York rail line have suffered a major setback after East Riding Council confirmed it will no longer protect the proposed route from housing development.
An enthusiastic team of fundraising women made over £2,700 at a sponsored moonwalk in London earlier this month, to help fight breast cancer.
A First World War hero and Victoria Cross recipient has been left off a village war memorial, it has emerged.1 comment
Katrina Stanton is set to join younger sister Hannah in the GB Biathle team.
A group of Pocklington School athletes attended the HMC North Athletics Championships at Gateshead on Wednesday 1 May.
Chelsea Walker continues to go from strength to strength as she forges ahead in her athletics career.
The season started off with an excellent match for the Bubwith men’s first team, under the captaincy of Rob Jackson.
Pocklington Mixed A had a real nail-biter against Driffield Rec A, being equal on games won, but lost 4-5 in sets.
Stamford Bridge raced to an opening evening victory in the Foss League as wicketkeeper-batsman Danny Harper dominated their reply to Stockton & Hopgrove’s debut innings in Division One.
In May 1931, 24-year-old Alfred Wainwright set out with three friends on a walk which would prove to be a gruelling test of man’s endurance against nature.
There’s an ill-wind blowing through the troubled Republic of Niger... and it’s not just the dry, dusty, damaging Harmattan breeze that sweeps in from the Sahara across West Africa.
East Riding Young Farmers Clubs and Crossgate Cluster will hold their annual County Rally on behalf of East Riding YFC on June 1 when 15 East Riding Young Farmers Clubs get together for a day of static and active events at Cawkeld, between Kilnwick and Watton at Driffield.
Birds will be given a fright on Bank Holiday Monday when Market Weighton holds its first scarecrow festival.
Young Brownies enjoyed a fun-filled weekend in Goodmanham recently.
It has been described as the biggest diet revolution since the Atkins, and the Fast Diet is fast becoming THE way to lose weight and keep healthy.
A variety of support was on hand for residents in and around Holme-on-Spalding Moor earlier this month.
A picture gallery from Driffield’s Anzac Day remebrance service on 26 April 2013.
The East Yorkshire Ladies Lunch Club will be celebrating their 25th anniversary today, Thursday May 9.
Could you shed some light on the photos in this Down Memory Lane slideshow? If so, then we want to hear from you.
Lifestyle, dubbed as the ‘Jewel in the crown’ of Humberside Police will officially Launch on Wednesday May 8 from the Iconic Clough Road Police Station, Hull to celebrate its 25th Anniversary.
A major fund raising event will take place in Driffield’s Old Town Hall next month to raise money for Guide Dogs for the Blind.
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Weather for Pocklington
Friday 24 May 2013
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