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Join in virtually with Armed Forces Week in Hull

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




A carer holds the hands of an elderly lady. Image by Sabine van Erp from Pixabay

Grants supporting vulnerable residents most in need

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







Budget 2020/21: 10 things you need to know

The budget statement from Councillor Stephen Brady, Leader of Hull City Council, has been approved for 2020/21.

The budget, approved at a meeting of Full Council today, includes changes in … More




Amazing Lets

Cottingham business fined for fly-tipping in Hull

A business in Cottingham has been fined for dumping waste in Hull.

Amazing Lets Limited of Dunswell Road, Cottingham, was prosecuted and ordered to pay £735 under Section 80 Environmental … More


Blue bin

Bin dates over the festive period are changing

Waste collection dates for Hull residents will be changing over the Christmas and new year break.

Bin collections will change slightly over a three-week period, before returning to normal next … More



Hannah Domsic

How Hull is responding to flooding

Following yesterday’s downpour, a number of leisure services have been affected.

Sutton Park Golf Course remains closed due to waterlogged grounds and the local authority’s amateur football and rugby pitches … More




Terry Alsop garden

Here is Hull’s best garden

The winners of this year’s Hull in Bloom competition were announced at a presentation evening last night (Thursday 26 September) in The Guildhall.

Terry Alsop of Waldegrave Avenue, Hull, walked … More



The tidal barrier in Hull

Concerned about flooding? Then have your say

People living and working around the Humber are being invited to complete a public survey to help organisations working on a new tidal flood risk strategy understand local views and … More


One of Hull’s oldest parks gets a makeover

One of Hull’s oldest parks has received a £90k makeover.

Barnsley Street Park in east Hull is one of the city’s oldest original play areas, dating back to the 1970s.… More


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