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Mires Beck volunteers call

Mires Beck Nursery, the registered charity providing opportunities for people who have a learning difficulty or disability, is appealing for volunteers.

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Police patrols will be targeting anti-social behaviour.

On The Beat column: The latest police news for Pocklington and Market Weighton

Police officers in the Pocklington and Market Weighton areas are continuing to carry out high visibility patrols to stop anti-social behaviour.

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Flamingo Land's newest arrival at the zoo ' Murphy the sea lion.

View from the Zoo: Murphy gets used to his surroundings

We would like to introduce you to Murphy our one-year-old Californian sea lion who arrived from Belfast zoo in February.

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Pocklington Ward Councillors Claude Mole and Kay West will be holding a surgery at the Pocela Centre (Customer Service Centre and Library) on Saturday 28 April.

Councillors hold Pocela surgery

Pocklington Ward Councillors Claude Mole and Kay West will be holding a surgery at the Pocela Centre (Customer Service Centre and Library) on Saturday 28 April.

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The Key Stage 2 pupils with teacher Sarah McCarthy and David Wildon Homes sales adviser Simone Roberts.

Dog tales earn pupils a pooch

David Wilson Homes presented cuddly toy dogs to pupils at a local school after encouraging children to let their imaginations run wild and write their very own short stories.

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Bishop Wilton School pupils in 1995.

The Down Memory Lane Column - 1995 in pictures

If you have any information about the photos included in this column, please email us at news@pocklingtontoday.co.uk or write to us at Down Memory Lane, Pocklington Post, Newchase Court, Hopper Hill Road, Scarborough Business Park, Scarborough, YO11 3YS.

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Pocklington Bus Station.

Changes to area’s bus services

Four replacement bus services have been announced for Pocklington, Market Weighton and the surrounding villages.

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Lions Club member Richard Knill and Pocko, the It's a Pockout mascot, with one of the advertising banners.

It’s a Pockout teams appeal by Lions Club

Residents of Pocklington would not have failed to see the new It’s a Pockout banners around town.

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Greg Van Avermaet, centre, with his Olympic gold medal.

Olympic champion to ride Tour de Yorkshire

Reigning Olympic champion Greg Van Avermaet is the latest star cyclist confirmed to ride the 2018 Tour de Yorkshire.

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Frankie's debut album is entitled In Between Forever.

Sancton singer Frankie set to release her debut album

A young Sancton singer-songwriter is about to release her debut album entitled In Between Forever.

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Barmby Moor Kids Club representatives Val Hodson and Ian Gregory (seated) are shown around Jubilee Park.

Jubilant times at Jubilee Park

A village play park is about to rise from the ashes after a major fundraising campaign to replace damaged equipment reached its target.

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The St Leonard's Hospice 'It's a Knockout' competition will take place in September.

Teams wanted for knockout hospice event

Teams are being encouraged to sign up for the St Leonard’s Hospice ‘It’s a Knockout’ fundraiser which is held on York’s Knavesmire on Sunday 2 September.

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TRAVEL REVIEW: Fun for everyone at Butlins Skegness

TRAVEL REVIEW: Fun for everyone at Butlins Skegness

The school holidays are ideal for making family memories - and you can’t go wrong with an action-packed short break at Butlins in Skegness.

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St James Church at Nunburnholme. On the way out of the village I had trouble negotiating the new potholes that have appeared in the road.

The Wolds Diary column with Sue Woodcock

For most of the past week I have been rather limited in what I do with a very nasty cold and cough, which meant I couldn’t talk much or sing. Nor did I want to spread it to other folk.

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Emma Savage, farm trader at Anderson Grain Marketing Ltd.

The Grain Column with Emma Savage

Old crop feed wheat has traded the same this week at £152/T ex-farm. For those of you with any old crop feed barley left in the shed, values appear to have plateaued at £150/T ex-farm.

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The Wolds Wonders in rehearsal for their next performance which takes place on Wednesday 25 April.

Wonders-ful show at arts centre

In their next production, The Wolds Wonders Theatre Group for adults with learning disabilities will be showcasing works they developed and performed as part of the Royal Philharmonic Society (RPS) 2018 Awards.

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Mark Cavendish is pictured with Welcome to Yorkshire's Sir Gary Verity (left) and Amaury Sport Organisation's Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme.

Cycling star Mark Cavendish fit to take part in Tour de Yorkshire

Organisers of the Tour de Yorkshire said they were delighted that Mark Cavendish has confirmed he will compete in the race.

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ach child was loaned �5 from Virgin Money for the Make �5 Grow enterprise.

Kids show enterprise as fivers add up to £841

As part of an all-class project, Class 4 at St Martin’s CofE School in Fangfoss, recently took part in an enterprise initiative from Virgin Money called Make £5 Grow.

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250,000 taken of the streets of the East Riding

£250,000 worth of drugs seized before reaching the East Riding

Two women and a man have been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the importation and supply of class A and B drugs and money laundering.
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Visitors to Burnby Hall Gardens will have the chance to see more than 14,000 tulips.

Blooming great show of tulips at attraction

Burnby Hall Gardens, seven time consecutive winner of the prestigious Yorkshire in Bloom Gold Award, is hosting its fifth annual Tulip Festival from Saturday 28 April to Saturday 12 May.

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