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Editor of the Holderness Gazette, Sam Hawcroft, tells Seaside FM more about the stories in the latest Holderness Gazette. The giant puppet which visited Withernsea on Friday April 29th and travelled along the Yorkshire Coast, a couple from Sunk Island facing issues helping Ukrainian refugees, pebble mania, and the closure of Burstwick's village store. Hear all about it before you read all about it, and #buyapaper if you can.

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This week's Hornsea Gazette is out, and Editor Sam Hawcroft previews some of the top stories in print, including a seal cub on the beach in Hornsea being attacked with stones and manhandled whilst it was resting on the beach. Also covered this week in the paper, a bridge on the Hornsea Rail Trail is spruced up thanks to some local community groups, and funds being raised in Brandesburton for the Queen's Jubilee celebrations. Have a listen to find out more, and buy a paper!

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Sam Hawcroft from the Holderness Gazette tells us more about what's in this week's paper. Stories covered include poet Dean Wilson's 1000 pebbles, an art show at Patrington Church, and penny throwing in Hedon! Have a listen to hear all about it before you read all about it, and buy a paper in all good newsagents this week.

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