Today’s Pocklington Post features a great selection of articles, with contributions from readers:
• Work underway on £2million filling station in Pocklington which promises new jobs for the area. The work is part of a wider scheme to build a pub and restaurant, which will provide more than 100 jobs altogether.
• A wealth of local talent will perform at Pocklington Arts Centre later this month, which is hosting the town’s annual talent competition
• Pocklington’s All Saints’ Church bells have been refurbished and returned to the town
• Special status for Roman town discovered beneath farmland in Stamford Bridge
• Burnby Hall Gardens set to welcome world’s largest wooden rocking horse
• Feature about the history of Pocklington Beck
• The Headteacher column, written by Mark Ronan, Headmaster at Pocklington School
• The Shopkeeper column, written by Lionel Cashin from The Paper Shop in Market Weighton
...and much, much more.
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