ANN SUGGIT is well-known in the area as an advocate of Hedon and nearby villages. What is probably not so well-know, is the fact that Ann was caught up in a wartime incident in Paull that could have had tragic consequences for all those involved….
THE BIG STORY today is the GRAND OPENING of the new Village Hall in Paull….
THE PRESTON (and Hedon) Walking Group have a walk planned from Hedon to Paull tomorrow (Wednesday 20th March 2013).
A 70th ANNIVERSARY REUNION has been organised for those with memories of a wartime incident on 7th April 1943 when a barrage balloon exploded near to Paull School blowing in the windows, destroying the roof and closing the building for nine months…..
THE PROPOSAL by the Paull Village Hall Committee to erect a wind turbine to reduce the energy costs of the new centre has been opposed by planning officers at the East Riding Council.
On behalf of all motorists that drive down Hooks Lane towards Camerton in Thorngumbald, I would like to thank the good Samaritan I saw this morning. I was driving home from work and as I turned onto Hooks Lane a 4×4 drove past and was towing what looked like a do-it-yourself grit spreader. I don’t …
THIS POST is to demonstrate the Hedon Blog’s new Gallery feature (enabled by Wordpress) which allows us to feature photographs in a much more dynamic way than previously.
This series of photos recounts a walk at dusk along the bank that links Hedon to Paull
A PLANNING NOTICE from the East Riding Council has notified residents that they can view or comment on a Local Development Order (LDO) that aims to grant blanket outline planning permission for renewable energy and low-carbon industry developments on agricultural land between Saltend and Paull. The 80 hectares of land under consideration in Paull parish has …