The next edition of Love Hull will land on doormats across the city next week.
Love Hull magazine, launched in 2019 features interviews, highlights and updates on the biggest things going on in the city.
The spring 2021 edition will feature a pull-out health guide, alongside an exclusive interview with rugby legend Johnny Whiteley.
It also has updates on some of the major projects taking place across the city including East Park’s splash boat and Beverley Road Baths refurbishment.
Readers can also find out about the upcoming 2021 census coming in March, and get more information about the Hull: Yorkshire’s Maritime City project.
Councillor Stephen Brady, leader of Hull City Council, said: “Love Hull provides a great platform for us to get some of our most essential messages out directly to our residents.
“People access information in lots of different ways. Not all residents can or want to receive information electronically, so it’s important that the council recognises this and makes sure that we reach every resident.
“We receive really positive feedback on every issue and I’m pleased it is valued by readers.”
As the global pandemic continues, the detailed health guide offers a whole host of links to support networks across the city, with a focus on young people’s mental health and council’s Headstart Hull program.
Councillor Gwen Lunn, Portfolio Holder for Public Health said:
“We are very fortunate to have the opportunity to reach every household in Hull with key public health messages during this extremely challenging time. We also make no apologies for our positive support and provision of information the vaccination programme in this edition, which is essential to aid this City’s recovery and protect its residents.”
“I hope the guide provides support for those whole truly need it and would encourage anyone struggle to reach out to one of the many services out there.”
The publication ensures the local authority can communicate with all residents and communities, including those that don’t have access to the internet and includes essential information so residents can make the most of the council’s support services.