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Shetland Pony’s mane is cut off by intruders

A Barmby Moor businessman is appealing for information after a Shetland Pony was targeted by intruders. Gregg Huber, owner of Bar Farm Antiques, is hoping someone can shed some light on the incident after the pony, called Scooby, had its mane cut...

today, 15:25 in Yorkshire & Humber

Residents are best recyclers in England

Residents in the East Riding are the number one recyclers in the country – for the second year running! Latest Government figures show the East Riding of Yorkshire Council recycles more household waste than any other council in England. This is the...

today, 12:43 in Yorkshire & Humber

Find out what is happening in Pocklington and Market Weighton this week

Are you looking for something to do over the next couple of weeks? Check out what is happening in this extensive list of events. Also included are the regular group meetings in Market Weighton, Pocklington and surrounding villages. Welburn St John the...

today, 09:05 in Yorkshire & Humber

£10,000 worth of items stolen - from Humberside Police!

Handcuffs, drills and mountain bikes are among the dozens of items brazen theives have stolen from Humberside Police. According to data obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, £10,000 worth of items were stolen from the force between February...

yesterday, 17:06 in Yorkshire & Humber

£7million early Christmas present for East Riding of Yorkshire Council

East Riding of Yorkshire Council has received an early Christmas present this week, after the authority was awarded a tax refund of more than £7m. A European Court of Justice ruling found that local UK authorities had been incorrectly excluded from a...

yesterday, 17:06 in Yorkshire & Humber

All you need to know if you're buying a mobile phone this Christmas

If you’re looking to buy a mobile phone as a gift this Christmas then look no further., the complete solution to trading in your old device and getting the best value new contract, reviewed some of the top deals in buying and...

yesterday, 15:51 in Yorkshire & Humber

Curry night’s £600 for Vietnam trip

Three pupils from Woldgate College Sixth Form hosted a Fundraising Event at the Sonali Indian Restaurant in Pocklington earlier this month. Charlotte Barlow, Lily Wallace and Harry Scott hosted 60 friends and family at a Curry Night as part of their...

yesterday, 15:44 in Yorkshire & Humber

This is how you can cook a WHOLE Christmas dinner using just TWO pans

Zero stress, zero mess, zero washing up. What’s not to like? Online healthy food retailer have just launched a new product which could revolutionise Christmas dinner – the two pan Christmas feast. Designed to take the stress and hassle...

yesterday, 14:59 in Yorkshire & Humber

Will Sir Greg Knight be backing Theresa May in tonight's vote?

East Yorkshire's MP has told us how he intends to vote when the Conservatives decide the future of the Prime Minister later today. A statement from his office said: "Sir Greg will be backing the Prime Minister in the vote tonight." A vote...

yesterday, 14:07 in Yorkshire & Humber

TV show to feature town’s chariot find

Archaeologists have made a unique discovery in Pocklington of a chariot buried with two horses which look as if they “were leaping upwards out of the grave”. The pair had been carefully positioned in the Iron Age grave at The Mile site with their back...

yesterday, 12:34 in Yorkshire & Humber

Action call after bus shelter is vandalised

Residents in the Kilnwick Road area of Pocklington are calling for action after a series of anti-social behaviour incidents over the past month. Reports of late-night disturbances and vandalism to the bus shelter has led to calls for something to be...

yesterday, 10:10 in Yorkshire & Humber

Rocking Rudolph village visits

Derwent Lions’ Christmas ‘Rocking Rudolph’ sleigh will be visiting villages in the Pocklington and district area throughout December. The annual event collects funds for local good causes. The dates are: Melbourne - 13 December from 6.30pm. Wheldrake...

yesterday, 10:10 in Yorkshire & Humber

Police patrols start morning driver checks

As the Christmas party season starts to get underway, Safer Roads Humber is reminding motorists to ‘never drink and drive’ and think about the ‘Morning After’. Humberside Police are already out and about in this area conducting drink driving checks at...

yesterday, 08:54 in Yorkshire & Humber

The Unthanks head to Pocklington Arts Centre

The Unthanks, who have performed at Royal Festival Hall and the Royal Albert Hall, will be heading to the Pocklington Arts Centre next year. They will be at PAC on Tuesday 23 April. Sisters Rachel and Becky Unthank, singing in unaccompanied harmony,...

Tuesday, 18:53 in Yorkshire & Humber

Liaison group set to monitor holiday park

A liaison group has been formed to monitor the progress of the new Allerthorpe holiday park. The ‘Allerthorpe Golf and Park Retreat’ is being developed on the edge of Allerthorpe village by Park Leisure and will eventually see up to 150 lodge-type...

Tuesday, 14:16 in Yorkshire & Humber

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