Your Pocklington Post will feature a great selection of articles in this week’s (18 September) edition, with contributions from readers:
• Police services in Pocklington could be relocated as part of radical changes to the force
• A £62,000 skatepark could be built in Pocklington by Christmas after the project received a £40,000 grant from WREN
• Councillors representing the Pocklington Provincial Ward are urging residents to have their say on the referendum vote regarding Hull City Council extending its boundaries
• Pocklington and District Local History Group is teaming up with Pocklington Town Council to stage an exhibition about the town and World War One
• The KP Club at Kilnwick Percy was the launch venue for this month’s Yorkshire Wolds Walking and Outdoors Festival
• Four off-ride motorcycles have been stolen after a shed was broken into twice in four days in Market Weighton.
• WW1 Feature: Carpenter Harry Postill, from Fangfoss, reveals how his father Harold was captured at the Battle of the Somme and held prisoner for about nine months, but managed to survive and return home.
...and much, much more.