Burstwick / Events

‘Mini’ Charity Auction – Burstwick

TEAM 13 aka Lyz Turner and John Rickard are continuing their fundraising activities for their charity Mini-adventure, which will involve them driving across the mountains of northern Italy, to raise money for disadvantaged children. The intrepid duo has organised a ‘MINI’ CHARITY AUCTION at the Hare and Hounds, Burstwick on Friday 16th September at 8:00pm. Find out … Continue reading

Burstwick / Humberside Fire & Rescue / Keyingham

Calls to Fire Service – local incidents

Continuing our brief reports on Humberside Fire and Rescue Service incidents in the area, revealing the variety of incidents attended to by Fire Crews: A HORSE was rescued from water yesterday (Sat 30th July 2011) by a farmer and the Fire Service in Burstwick. The animal was extremely distressed by the incident and unfortunately died soon afterwards. Fire … Continue reading

Burstwick / East Yorkshire UK / Holderness / Hull

Hull and East Yorkshire Triathlon Club

HULL AND EAST YORKSHIRE TRIATHLON CLUB is now Swimming at Kelsey Gardens in Burstwick on Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings. Triathlon is a multi-discipline sport involving a continuous race over various distances in the three disciplines of swimming, cycling, and running. A standard triathlon is made up of a swim, followed by a cycle ride, … Continue reading

Burstwick / Holderness

Another change to Withernsea buses – New service 74

FROM SUNDAY 17th JULY there will be further changes to buses between Withernsea and Hull. In response to passenger feedback (including a petition) about recent timetable alterations EYMS (East Yorkshire Motor Services)  will be changing some Service 77 journeys into a new Service 74, which will go via Ryehill instead of Burstwick. There will also … Continue reading

Burstwick / Hedon

Maintenance and dredging of Burstwick Drain does not significantly reduce flooding – says report

BURSTWICK DRAIN has been the subject of a national trial into the maintenance of watercourses carried out by the Environment Agency. This involved dredging and cutting back vegetation, the effects of which were reported by the Hedon Blog in March 2010. The £132,000 trial which began in February 2010 has now been concluded and the Yorkshire … Continue reading