Two children play in the sand at a beach-themed activity day in a Hull Park.
Two children play in sand at a previous community activity day (in 2019)

Free and low-cost family events in Hull this week

There are plenty of free and low-cost family events happening this summer.

Change4Life and Hull City Council have teamed up with youth centres, children’s centres, parks and volunteers across the city to give children in the city a healthy and fun summer that is packed with activities.

Don’t miss out on Play Day at Queens Gardens on Wednesday 7 August from 11am to 3pm.

Other activities include:

Monday 5 August

Girls’ Rugby at KCOM Craven Park 6.30pm-7:30pm

Tuesday 6 August

Ice Skating Trip at Route One 12.30-3.30pm

Sam’s Safari at Western Library 10am-11am

Wednesday 7 August

Play Day at Queens Gardens 11am to 3pm

Young Carers’ Social Session at Route One 3.30pm-5.30pm

Bransholme Beach Day at North Bransholme Park 11am-2pm

Thursday 8 August

Balance Bikes at Little Stars Children’s Centres 2pm-3pm

Science in Space with Lab Rascals at Central Library 3pm-4pm

Friday 9 August

Junior Boxing at Paul Ingle Boxing Club 4.30pm-6pm

Saturday 10 August

Time Troopers: A Whale of a Time 10am-1pm

Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 August

The Hull Show at East Park 11am-8pm

Queens Dock, pictured Handbook to Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire, published in 1922. Inset, Dr Robb Robinson.
The Canary and the Crow will be previewed in Hull ahead of its show in Edinburgh.