As details continue to emerge on new Coronavirus variant, Omicron, Hull’s Director of Public Health has said the time to act is now. Julia Weldon urged people to follow new … More
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Hull City Council, alongside local partners, including the voluntary sector, NHS, Humberside Fire & Rescue and Humberside Police have been Highly Commended at the Local Government Chronicle (LGC) Awards.
The … More
There are a number of walk-in no-symptom testing clinics this week.
With cases having increased in Hull over the past few weeks, routine testing with LFTs is one of the … More
Children who live in Hull and are currently receiving free school meals will be given a £15 voucher for this October half term.
Around 12,500 families currently receive free school … More
Hull Fair starts this Friday (October 8) and everyone planning a visit has been asked to play their part in reducing the spread of Coronavirus.
One of the most important … More
There are less than three weeks until Hull Fair begins. The earliest stages of set-up have already begun, and it will not be long before Showmen and women begin arriving … More
Children and young people in Hull, and across the country, were asked to give their views on what the Government should prioritise in planning the recovery from the coronavirus outbreak, … More
Pupils and teachers in Hull have returned to full-time education better equipped to deal with the impacts of Covid thanks to a programme which has been designed to boost emotional … More
In just eight weeks, more than 3,457 people in Hull received a vaccine at pop-up clinics held in parks, churches and communities. A total of 3,436 people collected at-home no-symptom … More
Schools start back next week for the new school year, and the Hull Learning Partnership wants to ensure families know what to expect upon return.
Many national Covid restrictions have … More
Getting both doses of the vaccine and regularly testing without symptoms are two of the most important and effective ways to protect yourself and others from Coronavirus.
This week the … More
Hull City Council has today confirmed, together with the Showman’s Guild, that Hull Fair will take place Friday 8 – Saturday 16 October (excluding Sunday 10 October).
The fair was … More
With national changes this week to advice on isolation, Julia Weldon, Hull’s Director of Public Health, has explained the new guidance.
- Everyone who has had both doses of the vaccine
Ofsted has published findings of a monitoring visit into children’s social care in Hull, focusing on progress for children in need and those subject to a child protection plan.
Inspectors … More
Hull schools break for summer this week, and Councillor Shane McMurray, Portfolio Holder for Children’s Services, is taking the opportunity to thank schools, pupils and parents for their hard work … More
Two community events today (Tuesday July 20) will give people a chance to meet and reconnect.
The celebrations, taking place on Peel Park, Peel Street, and next to Pearson Park, … More
Ahead of the removal of most remaining Coronavirus restrictions on Monday (July 19), people in Hull have been urged to continue to take care of each other and be aware … More
Children who live in Hull and are currently receiving free school meals will be given vouchers of £15 a week throughout the summer holidays.
Around 12,500 families currently receive free … More
Pop-up vaccination clinics are being held in the city over the next few weeks to ensure every person has the chance to be protected. Vaccinations are now available to all … More
Many more school pupils in Hull will reap the benefits of having access to their own laptops, as Hull City Council’s Cabinet has today agreed to fund an additional 1,000 … More
It’s World Music Day and a chance to celebrate the work of the Hull Music Service.
The service has 37 teachers who teach over 5000 children and young people in … More
Robust financial management has meant that Hull City Council’s financial position has improved for the current year.
The Council’s Cabinet is set to review the latest financial position at its … More
Two teachers from Hull secondary school, The Marvell College, have been thanked by the Prime Minister for going above and beyond in their work during the pandemic.
Paul Martin, Assistant … More
‘We all need to play our part’, that’s the message from Hull City Council as restrictions are lifted and more people visit the city’s shops, bars and restaurants.
As the … More
People in Hull are being asked to give their opinions on vaccines, vaccine hesitancy and the easing of lockdown restrictions.
Residents are also being asked what they think about going … More
As we continue the roadmap out of lockdown and more businesses re-open, Hull City Council is continuing to work with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to carry out spot … More
From today, (Tuesday May 25), getting a no-symptom Coronavirus test in Hull is as quick and easy as popping to the shops. Testing in the city is going mobile this … More
In a video message, Hull City Council’s Director of Public Health, has said while this is an ‘exciting time’, as restrictions ease, we are not yet ‘out of the woods’.… More
Today, as Coronavirus restrictions ease further, the city’s Public Health lead has said the basics of virus prevention must not be forgotten.
Key changes today include:
- The return of indoor