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Tales of a Maritime City

A treasure trove of seafaring culture will take place across Hull as Maritime Tales Week returns to the city for this October half term.

A packed programme of events celebrating … More




The Queens Gardens masterplan will provide enticing open spaces, improved access and seating.

Contractor appointed for Queens Gardens refurbishment

A contractor has been appointed for the transformational Queens Gardens refurbishment.

Local construction company CR Reynolds Ltd will deliver the project in the heart of Hull’s city centre.

Councillor Daren … More




New date to move city’s Spurn Lightship

The Spurn Lightship will move to a local shipyard for restoration on the morning tide of Tuesday 12 October, subject to suitable weather conditions.

This new date has been arranged … More



National Poetry Day 2021: A poem for Whitefriargate

Hull’s Whitefriargate is the inspiration for a new poem that will be unveiled on the historic street on National Poetry Day on Thursday (7 October).

Vicky Foster, Whitefriargate’s poet-in-residence for … More



Roadworks will be taking place in Saltshouse Road

Weekly Roadworks Update – 1 October

Weekly roadworks update – 1 October

This week it was announced that essential overnight resurfacing works will be taking place from Monday 18 October as part of the multi-million-pound Stoneferry … More



The Arctic Corsair, Hull's last remaining sidewinder trawler

Hull’s historic vessels set sail for restoration

Hull’s last surviving sidewinder deep-water trawler, the Arctic Corsair and the Spurn Lightship, will move to a local shipyard for restoration.

Dunston’s (Ship Repairs) Limited, specialists in restoring and repairing … More



HullBID secure a further term

HullBID have secured a further five year term, with 81% of member business votes.

Since HullBID was established in 2006, it has contributed substantially to business growth within Hull’s city … More


Roadworks sign

Weekly roadworks update – 24 September

As work to improve the city’s roads continue, it’s been announced that essential maintenance work and carriageway repairs on Hall Road will start on Monday 27th September.

The vital … More



An image showing how Whitefriargate could look

What do you love about your high street?

Historic England is asking people what they love about their high streets this week as part of a national conversation to find out why they mean so much to us.… More





Hull City Hall

Hull to host large UK conference this week

The UK’s congress and convention sector will meet in Hull this week to discuss ‘Moving Forwards – Dare to be Different’ .

The ICCA UK and Ireland Chapter Annual Conference More


A queue of taxis

CCTV Grants for Hackney Carriages

Hull City Council is offering grants of up to £500 for all proprietors of Hackney Carriages licenced in Hull to install CCTV in their vehicles.

The grants, announced today by … More


The Arctic Corsair, Hull's last remaining sidewinder trawler

Restoration of two historic ships

Two historic ships are to be restored.

A long-established shipyard company has been appointed to repair and restore two of the city’s much-loved ships, the Arctic Corsair and Spurn Lightship.… More



The Guildhall Time Ball

Time Ball reclaims its home on Hull’s skyline

Hull’s Guildhall Greenwich Time Ball will today reclaim its position on the city’s skyline as part of a £452,000 makeover.

Contractors Hobson & Porter will carefully lift the historic timepiece … More




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