Foster Care Fortnight runs 9 to 22 May and Hull City Council is highlighting the commitment, passion and dedication of foster carers, and also the need for more foster carers … More
Community and Living
A contractor has been appointed to carry out quantity surveying services for the Queens Gardens redevelopment scheme.
Hull City Council has published a decision record confirming the award of contract … More
Hull Training and Adult Education (HTAE) will be hosting a ‘Tea and Talk’ session at the Avenues Centre on Monday 9 May to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week.
The theme … More
A special service is to be held in Hull to remember those who lost their lives during the city’s air raids.
The service commemorates all civilian lives lost during WWII, … More
People in Hull are being urged to dispose of their litter responsibly after 25 people who failed to pay fixed penalties were issued with fines and costs totalling £9,445 in … More
Hull has been recognised as one of only 138 Tree Cities of the World for its continued efforts to grow and maintain green spaces.
Tree Cities of the World is … More
Today, Wednesday 20 April, 30,000 Hull residents will receive their £150 energy rebate as Hull City Council has begun processing payments.
30,000 residents who pay their Council Tax by direct … More
Hull City Council has been awarded £525,000 to use football to improve activity levels of people in the city.
The exciting new Active Through Football programme from Sport England, funded … More
A taxi marshal scheme in Hull city centre will be extended.
Following funding sign off at this year’s council budget setting meeting, the scheme, which has been running for a … More
Help and advice to welcome people arriving in Hull and East Riding from war-torn Ukraine is now available via a dedicated telephone helpline and web pages.
Set up by Hull … More
Hull City Council, along with Hull NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), is working to involve families of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in all aspects of shaping … More
Hull City Council is inviting communities to apply to hold street parties in their neighbourhood to celebrate June’s Platinum Jubilee.
Residents are able to apply for a Temporary Traffic Regulation … More
Hull’s appeal for humanitarian aid for the people of Ukraine has seen such a huge response that organisers are opening new drop-off points and a larger storage facility.
Over the … More
Hull’s communities are coming together to collect and deliver humanitarian aid for Ukraine under the Hull 4 Ukraine collective. This is being led by Hull’s community and voluntary organisations who … More
Hull City Council has been awarded funding from the Department for Education for delivery of the Holiday Activities and Food Programme for 2022 through to 2025.
Government has confirmed that … More
Support for children and young people around emotional and mental health is changing.
The funding for the city’s flagship HeadStart Hull programme is coming to its natural end in 2022 … More
The new look Hull Local Offer website launches today (Monday 21 February).
The website is for people aged 0-25 with a special educational need and/or disability, their parents, carers and … More
Hull City Council is advising residents to pay their Council Tax by direct debit, to make sure households get the £150, one off, Energy Bill rebate from the government as … More
For the first time in two years, HEY! Volunteering is taking on new volunteers.
The iconic blue-coated army are opening up their ranks and expanding so that they can support … More
Hull City Council has reassured residents and businesses in Hessle Road that 12 new trees will be planted to replace six that need to be removed because of pavement damage.… More
Landmarks across Hull city centre will be bathed in purple light on Thursday to honour and remember victims of the Holocaust.
From dusk (approximately 4.30pm) on Thursday January 27, Hull … More
Hull City Council made a commitment to caring for looked after children in local, home environments within a community setting, to contribute to better outcomes for those children and young … More
Residents in east Hull have moved into brand new bungalows built by Hull City Council.
Shirley Bentley and Betty Cross were welcomed to their new homes in Drayton Close by … More
Residents have until noon on Friday 17 December to apply for the Household Support scheme, which supports low income families with food and fuel costs this winter.
Hull City Council … More
Hull City Council has consulted residents about the future of their homes at both Boothferry Flats in west Hull and Henson Villas, off Beverley Road, and sought the views of … More
Local businesses have stepped forward with donations to help ensure every Hull pupil, aged eight to 16, has access to a laptop.
Several businesses have made financial contributions and donated … More
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