Your Pocklington Post will feature a great selection of articles in this week’s (6 November) edition, with contributions from readers:
• Christmas will come early for a little boy when he flies to America in search of a cure for his life-limiting medical condition.
• The wife of missing Dunnington man, Clive Nicholson, has made an emotional appeal for him to make contact.
• Pocklington Arts Centre has announced more sold-out comedy events after tickets to see Sarah Millican’s show were snapped up in record time last week.
• A community facility which has helped thousands of people in and around Market Weighton is in danger of closing unless more funding can be found and more volunteers come forward to offer a helping hand.
• Pocklington and the surrounding area is set to remember our war heroes on Sunday.
• Civic dignitaries from across East Yorkshire paid a visit to Hearing Dogs for Deaf People’s training centre near Bielby to learn about the charity’s life-changing work.
• Pocklington’s Fallen Heroes exhibition to commemorate the town’s World War One heritage and those who gave their lives in the conflict got underway with a memorable opening ceremony last Friday.
• Vote for your favourite salon.