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.