Your Pocklington Post will feature a great selection of articles in this week’s (27 November) edition, with contributions from readers:
• A woman from Huggate is to stand trial accused of taking thousands of pounds from a Pocklington swimming club where she was treasurer.
• Mental health charities have called for an independent inquiry following the death of a “beautiful young woman and daughter.”
• East Riding Council is launching an initiative to explore ways of improving the flood resilience of individual properties in Market Weighton.
• A group of Year 6 boys from Warter School are celebrating after winning a major prize in the Humberside Police Lifestyle 2014 competition.
• Pocklington and Market Weighton gear up for Christmas festivities.
• Plans to build a spa and gym facility at the KP Club in Kilnwick Percy have taken a huge step forward.
• Pocklington Post’s Salon of the Year winner revealed
• A Pocklington duo raised more funds for needy children in Africa and are now appealing for donations of second-hand laptops to help an orphanage that cares for the youngsters.