OPEN AGAIN! After its winter break, Hedon Museum will be open again on Wednesday, February 6th 2013. Downstairs, the Small Room has been rearranged, with costume display complementing the wall panels depicting Hedon in Georgian times. Upstairs in the main Gallery, a recent donation of large historic maps of Holderness will be the first exhibition of the year.
If you belong to a Hedon sports club or group that is currently not sending reports and pictures into the Gazette – then why not!? Whatever your sport, the Gazette wants your match reports and club news!
THE HEDON BLOG is delighted to announce that it is teaming up with the Holderness Gazette in a common effort to promote more community news from Hedon. Hedon Blog Editor Ray Duffill will be joining The Gazette as one of its community correspondents. Those who contribute stories, information […]
A MARVELLOUS ARTICLE appears in this week’s Holderness Gazette commemorating the Zeppelin raid over Hedon on 22nd August 1917. Using material from local historian Brian Richardson, including a photo of the bomb-wrecked Primitive Methodist Chapel on Baxtergate, the Gazette article by Gina Hobbs covers the 95th anniversary of […]
THE HOLDERNESS GAZETTE reports in this week’s issue, that… …Hedon Town Council is considering twinning Hedon with the French village of L’herm which is located in Lot in the Midi Pyrenees region of France. This will build upon an existing twinning arrangement between L’herm and South Holderness Technology College. […]
Yes, you have read it right, the Royal wedding between William & Kate on Friday 29th April is going to be at Preston church although I must add William & Kate won’t be there in person. Quoted from the Holderness Gazette. “The historic event will be relayed on […]
THE HOLDERNESS GAZETTE this week continues to serve up an interesting mix of news from south Holderness and the east coast. The following stories particularly caught our attention: Hedon Insurance makes the surprising claim that people are switching off from comparison websites, preferring instead to meet face-to-face with advisers. […]
THE HEDON CHRISTMAS TREE was subjected to an attack by vandals and felled early on New Year’s Day 2011.