Community and Living
A Hull team has been crowned as the winner of the Humber Care Tech Challenge 2019 with their design on how to support people living with the dementia.
Team Ull-tra … More
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 late great rock musician Mick Ronson has been immortalised in a huge mural in Bilton Grange.
The artwork is the result of a collaboration between residents, arts company Back … More
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 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
Victoria Pier flood defence plans will go on show at a public drop-in event on Tuesday 3 September.
Staff from the Environment Agency will be on hand to explain the … More
Residents in Orchard Park are being urged to protect a newly built nature area designed to help alleviate flooding in the neighbourhood.
The lake and fishing pond sits off Danepark … More
Find a way to keep cool this summer by making a splash at one of Hull’s free paddling pools.
From Saturday 20 July, the water areas at Oak Road, Pickering … More
A woman has two weeks to leave her council home after seriously damaging the property and subjecting neighbours to loud late night parties and a range of antisocial behaviour.
Kelly … More
A huge water-themed obstacle course is heading back to the city next year.
More than 900 racers took part in the Hulltimate Challenge last year, taking on a range of … More
Cabinet is being asked to approve the allocation of £4m of funding to carry out improvements to Queens Gardens.
The improvements would see the complete rebuilding of the retaining walls … More
It’s that time of year when gardeners are busy planting for this year’s crop, but did you know there’s a vegetable patch right in the heart of Hull city centre?… More
A new website has been set up to give residents the chance to help protect against flooding in Hull.
The Living with Water site launched today on World Water Day, … More
A campaign to promote safe use of the internet is being supported in Hull.
Safer Internet Day 2019, which took place on February 5, was designed to highlight positive uses … More
Ever thought about becoming a City of Culture Volunteer? It’s not too late – but you have to act fast.
It may have been two years since Hull basked in … More
Hull City Council has joined a network of local authorities committed to transforming the way they work with communities.
The Co-operative Councils’ Innovation Network was created as a result of … More
A Knife Angel sculpture is to go on display in Hull throughout February.
The sculpture has been created from more than 100,000 knives collected through police force surrender campaigns across … More
Two flood experts will be visiting Sierra-Leone to share vital knowledge on how the area can better protect itself against flooding.
Hull City Council’s city planning manager Alex Codd, and … More
Nine projects who successfully secured funding from HeadStart Hull, who held its very own Dragons Den style competition, to find new ideas to improving mental health in young people during … More
The first regional Armed Forces and Veterans partnership event will take place later this month, bringing together military personnel, reservists, veterans, businesses, the voluntary and community sector and members of … More
Hull is to receive almost £5 million to run a programme that will help people find work and support business growth.
The Community Led Local Development (CLLD) programme for Hull … More
Residents and community groups are invited to attend the annual Hull Holocaust Memorial Day to honour and remember victims of the Holocaust.
The national Holocaust Memorial Day will be marked … More
From Monday 27 November a newly branded White Ribbon fire engine and police car will be taken into 19 schools across the city to raise awareness around domestic abuse.
Children … More
On Sunday 19 November Hull City Council will hold its 16th annual service to remember people who have lost their lives or been injured on Hulls roads.
To mark this … More
Voluntary and community groups in Hull are being invited to apply for grants from a new fund that has been launched to tackle crime, anti-social behaviour and other community issues.… More
Five local councils have joined forces to strengthen the areas local Armed Forces Covenants, which support those who are serving, veterans and their families.
Hull City Council, East Riding of … More
The next Avenue Ward Forum on the Move will take place on Wednesday 25th October at various locations across the ward.
Residents living in the Avenue Ward will have the … More
Seven residents have been successfully prosecuted for a number of environmental crimes across the city.
Stephany Lynnette Broderick of Mayfield Street, Hull was prosecuted and ordered to pay a total … More
With just under two weeks to go until the vote closes on whether you would support litter enforcement, have you had your say?
So far, 88 per cent of the … More
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