PUBLISHED: 15:08 18 August 2019 | UPDATED: 15:08 18 August 2019 Rene Kendal Dereham's Adam Hipperson was on target against Aveley. Picture: Alan Palmer Photography Archant Dereham Town 2 Aveley 2The points were shared in a game of two halves at Aldiss Park. Dereham had the first attempt in the 10th minute when Rhys Logan's low drive was blocked. Aveley immediately responded with home keeper Elliot Pride making an excellent save to push James Love's 25 yarder over the top. From the resultant corner Pride was then forced to save Connor Witherspoon's header. Aveley were pressing hard but Dereham's Shaun Wones was solid in the centre of the home defence. The visitors won a free kick just outside the box. Love's curler beat the wall again forcing Pride to save at full stretch. Dereham's Eoin McQuid played a long ball up to Charlie Clarke which just eluded him but Adam Hipperson nipped in to gain possession and took a touch before drilling a fierce 25 yard … [Read more...] about Dereham Town let two-goal lead slip at home to Aveley
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Campaigners leading the fight to save Horncastle’s Youth Centre building from closure are hoping for a bumper turn-out from the public at an open event tomorrow (Saturday, August 10). The News first revealed details of Lincolnshire County Council’s plan to shut the centre next month.The building is ‘home’ to a number of town-based organisations, including a youth club.The shock closure announcement brought a stinging response from Horncastle town councillors who stressed they would be prepared to support a bid to secure the future of the building.Town and county councillor Bill Aron and town councillor Dominic Hinkins are spearheading attempts to set up a community group to run the building.The process comes as the county council defends its stance on the centre’s future and warns ‘substantial funds’ would be needed to carry out repairs to keep the centre open – including a new roof.The county council also says it is talking to all the … [Read more...] about Open Day offers chance to save Horncastle Youth Centre
0 Post a comment Wednesday, 3 July 2019 - Local People by The Post @twitter.com/ThePostSeries [email protected] BUDE Stratton Town Council is to meet tonight (Thursday), with one item on the agenda that has had everyone talking — the renaming of the Ivor Potter hall. The Post previously reported on the town council’s decision to rename the Ivor Potter Hall in the Parkhouse Centre to the Parkhouse Centre Main Hall, and the subsequent public dismay at the change.Because of the way council operates, it is not possible for any one individual to reverse a decision of the council. The procedural way for the council to review a decision is now being followed and a ‘notice of motion’ has been served by six councillors. It reads: “We the undersigned, in accordance with Standing Orders 9b and 7a, request that the council reconsiders the decisions made by the Full Council on 6 June 2019 (C/103/19) and retain the name of the Ivor Potter Hall in view … [Read more...] about Will town council overturn its decision on the Ivor Potter Hall?
The staggering rise in a small picturesque North Yorkshire town's national profile recently has changed the daily nature of its high street - and brought swift economic benefits. With the sight of film crews and journalists Pateley Bridge town centre threatening to become nearly as ubiqitous as its award-winning pork pies, the latest media outlet to turn the spotlight on Pateley was the Sunday Times. As part of a prominent feature in the national newspaper, the town was given its own space as one of the “Best Places To Live In The UK 2019.”Free beer at Harrogate bar as it celebrates first birthday Nidderdale Chamber of Trade chair Keith Tordoff MBE said: “For Pateley Bridge to be included in the prestigious Sunday Times best places to live in the country for the third year in a row is a great achievement and accolade for the area. “There is no doubt that Pateley Bridge and Nidderdale businesses are benefiting from the amount of media coverage. … [Read more...] about North Yorks town: ‘Best place to live in UK’
Bamber Bridge are in deep relegation trouble after a 4-2 home defeat at the hands of Scarborough Athletic saw them slip into the bottom three. Bamber Bridge are in deep relegation trouble after a 4-2 home defeat at the hands of Scarborough Athletic saw them slip into the bottom three.Mickleover Sports 3-2 away win at Nantwich Town means Brig are three points from safety with just four games of the season to go.The visitors took the lead on the half-hour certainly against the run of play.After a sustained spell of pressure from the home side, Boro broke clear and Ryan Watson converted.Adam Dodd looked set to equalise soon after but his shot from 10 yards was superbly saved by Thomas Taylor.The visitors knocked the stuffing out of their hosts four minutes after the interval when Michael Coulson made it 2-0.Things then went from bad to worse as Callum Spooner was red-carded for a challenge in the centre circle.Despite the numerical disadvantage, Brig kept going and pulled a goal back … [Read more...] about Non-league round-up: Bamber Bridge slip into bottom three