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Where I Live - Hornsea

 
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Buildings and Landmarks

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Beach
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Beach
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Hornsea Parish Church
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Hornsea Parish Church
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Hornsea Parish Church
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Hornsea Parish Church
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Hornsea Parish Church: Great War roll of honour
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Hornsea Parish Church:Regimental flags
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Hornsea Parish Church:Regimental flags
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Hornsea Parish Church:Stained glass window
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Hornsea Parish Church:Stained glass window
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Hornsea Parish Church:Lecturn
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Hornsea Parish Church:Stained galss window
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Hornsea Parish Church:Roof trusses
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Hornsea Parish Church:Effigies
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Hornsea Parish Church:Effigy explanation
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Hornsea Parish Church:Effigy explanation
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Hornsea Parish Church:Effigy
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Hornsea Parish Church:Stained glass window
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Hornsea Parish Church:Stained glass window
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Hornsea Parish Church:List of vicars
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Hornsea Parish Church:Stained glass window
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Hornsea Parish Church:Stained glass window
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Hornsea Parish Church:First World War bell memorial
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Hornsea Parish Church:Font
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Hornsea Parish Church:Font
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Hornsea Parish Church:Font
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Hornsea Parish Church:High seat
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Hornsea Parish Church:Stained glass
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Hornsea Parish Church:Stained glass
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Hornsea Parish Church:Stained glass
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Hornsea Parish Church:Regimental colours
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Hornsea Parish Church:Regimental colours
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Churches

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Hornsea Town Council Town Hall, formerly the Methodist Church Hall
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The Methodist Church
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United Reformed Church
 
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Community and People

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19th century Hornsea
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Street cleaning machine
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From left to right: Council offices, the new Town Hall and the Methodist Church
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From left to right: Council offices, the new Town Hall and the Methodist Church
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Local park
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Local park
 
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Hornsea Town Council Offices, now a private residence. It was The Old Lifeboat House (when Hornsea had a horse-drawn lifeboat) prior to it being Hornsea Town Hall.
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Hornsea Police Station
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Hornsea Leisure Center
 
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Housing

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Victorian terraced town houses
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Victorian terraced town houses
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Victorian terraced town houses
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Old station conversion to housing
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Old station conversion to housing
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Old station conversion to housing
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Old station conversion to housing
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Old station conversion to housing
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End terrace house
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Wall tile detail
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Industry

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Hornsea: caravan park
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Amusement machine
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Beach shop
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Amusement arcade (has been shut for years - awaiting demolition)
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Promenade ride (long since gone)
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Interesting Features

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Longshore drift protection
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Steps to beach
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Sea defences
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Sea defences
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Hornsea: longshore drift protection
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Sea defences and groyne
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Sea defences
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Hornsea museum
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Hornsea museum
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Hornsea museum
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Schools

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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Hornsea community primary school
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Shops and Shopping

Hornsea Post Office has been demolished. The Fruit Market has now closed and a planning application to demolish this row of shops has been passed. Hot Wines and Beers has closed and is in the same row of shops as the Fruit Market. The Butcher's has also closed and is in the same row.

Update information kindly supplied by John Miller. Last update 18 April 2013.


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Hornsea Post Office and the shop on the right have been demolished and replaced by a new development of shops
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The Fruit Market is now closed and planning permission has been granted to demolish it
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Hot Wines & Beers is now closed and planning permission has been granted to demolish it
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Pets 'n' Gardens is now closed and relocated further east along Newbegin
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The butcher's is also now closed and planning application has been granted to demolish it
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Hornsea co-operative
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Cafe Chocolat
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Greengrocer's
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Young Ones
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The Post Office and the shop to the right are now closed and replaced with a new shopping development. The single storey shops are to be demolished.
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Newbegin - The Estate Agent's on the right of the picture has closed and is currently empty.
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Newbegin. The Rix garage and the shop beyond have been demolished and replaced by a new shop development.
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Wilbur's Market - Wilbur's Market has been closed for years, as a market and is now a children's play area.
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General

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Union Jack
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Frothy sea
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Breakers
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Pebbly beach
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Playing on the beach
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Windmills
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Bye-law sign
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No dogs sign
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Children's safety sign
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Direction sign
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Jet skiing
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Cinema Street
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Masonic sign on a building
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Hornsea Promenade Gardens
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Hornsea Promenade Gardens
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Hornsea Promenade Gardens compass (no longer there)
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Decking on Hornsea promenade
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Hornsea promenade beach huts - not on the beach, however, but high up on the promenade and well away from the beach.
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Hornsea promenade street lamp
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Hornsea promenade water feature
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Hornsea plants on the promenade
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Hornsea promenade seaview
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Hornsea promenade rockery

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