Find out the news in this week’s paper

Front page of this week's (4 June) Pocklington Post.
Front page of this week's (4 June) Pocklington Post.

This week’s Pocklington Post (21 May) will feature a great selection of articles, including contributions from readers:

• A 12-year-old Pocklington girl with a rare disease which can cause her to collapse to the floor up to ten times a day will take part in a charity run to help fight the disorder.

• A mother and son from Nunburnholme have admitted committing banking fraud against their customers while running a pet shop supply business.

• Market Weighton’s Giant Scarecrow Competition may not take place next year due to a lack of interest.

• Volunteers are being sought to run a new Rainbows unit for girls aged between five and seven in the Pocklington area.

• Former soap star turned celebrity chef and cheese-maker Sean Wilson will cook a gourmet meal for diners at The Star at Sancton.

• The first ever ‘Big Dig’ event has taken place in Stamford Bridge.

• Families gathered at Wilberfoss Sports Field to watch prison dogs and their handlers compete in a local heat of Her Majesty’s Prison Dog Trials.

• The Headteacher column, by Bishop Wilton Primary School head Steve Woodhouse.