Millions of households across England and Wales have already completed their Census 2021, but to avoid a knock at the door from a field officer, residents who have not yet … More
Community and Living
Hull City Council has launched a new Rent Advice campaign to urge Council tenants to get in touch with their local housing teams or one of its customer service advisors … More
Hull city centre will join more than a hundred buildings and landmarks across England and Wales by lighting up purple to celebrate the upcoming census and its importance to communities.… More
Hull City Council’s neighbourhood nuisance team is working in neighbourhoods across the city to tackle anti-social behaviour (ASB).
In 2020, the team dealt with 4333 complaints of ASB and supported … More
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 … More
Empty Homes Week, 15-21 February, provides an opportunity to highlight the work taking place to bring empty properties back into use to help meet housing needs.
Hull City Council is … More
Children who live in Hull and are currently receiving free school meals will receive food vouchers worth £15 over the February half term week.
During term time all children eligible … More
Once the largest dock of its kind in the country, sections of the original dock edge walls of Queens Dock are set to be unearthed for the first time in … More
Hull Training and Adult Education have a range of online, free and low cost courses on offer.
During last year’s lockdown many people turned to online learning as a way … More
An abandoned home in West Hull has been seized by the local authority after standing empty for over ten years.
Hull City Council has secured the enforced sale of an … More
Hull’s Young Mayor, Gabriela Surdyk, has launched Love Staying Safe, a campaign aimed at providing young people with practical tips and advice to stay safe on the streets.
The campaign … More
Make Your Mark is an opportunity for 11-18 year olds across the UK to have their say and begin their democratic journey by voting on the policies they want to … More
An exhibition to mark Black History Month is taking place in Hull’s Old Town.
The exhibition will run from Saturday 17 October until Saturday 31 October, merging themes of migration, … More
Residents are being asked for their views about plans to create a large ‘aquagreen’ at Castlehill to reduce flood risk to homes and businesses in east Hull.
A public consultation … More
A partnership aimed at diverting young people away from criminality has been launched.
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Humberside Police and the Safer Hull Community Safety Partnership … More
Keep Britain Tidy has launched a new campaign to tackle littering and anti-social behaviour in parks.
The campaign is being supported by Hull City Council and Hull Culture and Leisure.… More
A new Safer Hull Pod has today arrived in Queen Victoria Square to provide people with support from a range of agencies.
Launched by the Hull Community Safety Partnership, it … More
The Lord Mayor, Councillor Steve Wilson, will visit children’s centres across Hull on Wednesday 5 August as National Play Day takes a new form for 2020.
The UK-wide celebration of … More
Hull City Council is asking those providing holiday clubs and out of school activities to let the public health team know if a child or member of staff becomes unwell … More
Bransholme and Orchard Park Customer Service Centres will be available from Monday for residents who are unable to have queries dealt with online or over the phone.
Restrictions will be … More
The Safer Hull Partnership is offering grants of up to £10,000 for projects that reduce crime or support victims of crime.
The Hull Crime Reduction Fund is open to applications … More
Armed Forces Week takes place this week, paying tribute to the British Armed Forces community.
While celebrations and events are being conducted virtually, there are still plenty of ways people … More
Love Staying Safe Online launches this week, with young people sharing their top tips for safety online.
The online campaign is a series of short sound bites, filmed by young … More
Hundreds of Easter eggs are being delivered to vulnerable residents across the city in a bid to bring some Easter cheer.
More than 800 chocolate eggs have been handed out … More
Local organisations have been awarded grants totalling nearly £14,000 by Two Ridings Community Foundation to help support vulnerable residents and individuals who are suffering hardship as a result of the … More
Hull City Council is to launch a community response hotline to support the city’s most vulnerable residents during the coronavirus outbreak.
The local authority will make contact residents who are … More
Citizens Advice Bureaus in Hull and the East Riding will no longer carry out face-to-face services from tomorrow.
It means the office in The Wilson Centre will be closed to … More
Letters to my Younger Self exhibition is now on display at Hull Central Library until the end of March.
The exhibition features letters from women in Hull who want to … More
Update: Following yesterday’s advice from the government, Hull City Council has cancelled the Not Where I Live week events in the city to ensure we are supporting the efforts to … More
A £25,000 “pocket park” is being created in Hull to encourage young families, teenagers and adults to get outdoors.
The green sanctuary will be created as part of a £1.35 … More
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