HDM News Story – Hornsea Nursery

MP Graham Stuart officially opened a new community room at Hornsea Nursery School.

Mr Stuart, the MP for Beverley and Holderness, cut the ribbon with help from four pupils on Friday 22 January.

The new room is being used as a teaching space for pupils aged between two and four years old.

It has an interactive area inside which will help children learn language and communication skills.

It will also be available for parenting courses on subjects such as healthy eating as well as for coffee mornings.

To create the new room the school raised £90,000 through fund-raising activities, the school budget and some financial support from the local authority.

Mr Stuart said: “It was an absolute pleasure to be able to congratulate the school on this development and to have the honour of cutting the ribbon to open officially the new room.

“The Head, Clare White, showed me the new 3D Immersive Space and Sensory Experience, which is a great new addition to what the Nursery School has to offer. I could see how much the children enjoyed school with their enchanting performance of songs, story-telling and miming.”

HDM February Stories


This month’s theatre production at Floral Hall is Wizard of Oz.

The show will be available to see from 17th until the 30th February at 7.30pm.

Tickets cost £7 for adults and £6 for concessions.


A charity concert will be held at Floral Hall to raise money for Hornsea Nursery School and Rotary Club charities.

Tre Amici will be the headlining act with support from other locals.

The event takes place on Friday 26th February and doors open at 6.30pm.

Tickets cost £10 and are available from Vernon Gallery, Floral Hall Café and Box Office.compare.


Beverly Road

A Led Zeppelin tribute band will be playing at O’Rileys to raise money for charity.

All of the profits made on the night will go to KIDS which is a charity that supports local disabled children and their families.

The event will take place on Friday 5th February at 7pm until 11.45pm.

Entry fees cost £5 in advance or £10 on the door.

Tickets are available from KIDS office, O’Rileys, Disc Discovery and Hull Box office or you can call Claire Hook on 07821004815.

HDM January Stories

A Cinderella pantomime will take place at The Floral Hall this month.

The show will be performed on Friday 15th at 7.30pm, Saturday 16th at 2.30pm and 7.30pm and on Sunday 17th at 2.30pm.

Adult tickets cost £7 and concession tickets are £6.

Tickets are available from Southgate Studio – Bespoke Framing.



The Rotary Club of Hornsea and East Riding will be holding their 17th annual Hornsea hike.

All the proceeds from the 8.5 mile route will go to rotary charities.

On Sunday 10th the walk will start at 10am and finish at 2.30pm.

It will cost £10 per head and donations are welcome from children.

The circular walk will take place at Denholme Farm, Great Hatfield, Hu11 4UX.

Dogs are welcome.



HDM December Stories

Children’s science sessions will held at Sproatley Pavilion for Christmas time.
Spectac-u-lab will be teaching people how to create flying minions on Monday 28th December.
The session will be from 2pm until 3pm.
To reserve a place call 07443650038 or email spectac-u-lab@outlook.com

Hornsea Museum will be holding a children’s Christmas craft day.
On 5th and 12th December the event will take place from 10am until 12pm.
Tickets cost £3.50 per child and £1 per adult.
A festive concert will be held at the United Reformed Church.
On Saturday 12th December Hornsea Choir will be performing with the children of Hornsea Primary School.
Refreshments will be provided.
Doors open at 7pm and tickets cost £5.

HDM November Stories

An Australian rock band is visiting O’ Riley’s this month as part of it’s UK tour.

Closure in Moscow will be playing at the Beverly Road venue on Saturday 7th November at 7pm.

Advanced tickets are available for £5 or £8 on the door.


Dutch hardcore band Dock 83 will be coming to O ‘Riley’s on Thursday 19th November.

The gig supported by local bands is £4 on the door.

Doors open at 7pm.


Tribute act The JAM’D will be returning to Hull this month at O’ Riley’s.

Presented by Trog Bar tribute band night there will be local support from ska band 01482-TONES on Saturday 14th November.

Doors open at 6:30pm.

Tickets are available from Disc Discovery 53 Spring Bank for £5.


Hardcore and metal bands will be playing a show at O’ Riley’s.

All At Sea will be headlining the event on Sunday 22nd November with local support.

Doors open at 3pm.


A free rock show featuring local bands will be held at O’ Riley’s this month.

The event will take place on Thursday 26th November at 7pm.

Bands include Three Day Millionaires, Less Deceived, Delta Vega, Feed Them To The Forest and Not Tonight and The Headaches.


A craft, gift and food fair will be held at Burton Constable this month.

The free event will take place on Sunday 29th November.


Hornsea residents have been fighting for phone signals after the service has been down for several weeks.

Despite getting in touch with EE and O2 locals have said the phone providers haven’t improved their service.

The residents have been making complaints on the Facebook group Hornsea Rant with one local claiming they had raised this with MP Graham Stuart.


Smash hits of the 80’s disco will be filling Floral Hall with people dressed to impress.

The event will take place on Saturday 21st November from 11pm until 3am for £4.


A paranormal fancy dress charity evening will be held at Hornsea Ex Serviceman’s Club.

The over 18’s event on Friday 6th November is in aid of Children’s Diabetes and Cancer Research.

Located at the back of Southgate doors will open at 7:30pm.

Tickets cost £2.50.


Floral Hall in Hornsea will be having a table top sale on 22nd November.

Refreshments will be available in the café.

Call Rosie on 07703166422 to book a table.