Hull Women’s Week, which starts today, International Women’s Day, is highlighting the work of women working across various communities and sectors in Hull.
Throughout Hull Women’s Week, the Hull Youth … More
A four-week online programme, from Hull Libraries, launches next week celebrating female writers.
Leading up to International Women’s Day on Monday 8 March, Unfinished Business: The Fight for Women’s Rights… More
Families are invited to join Hull Libraries and their special guests in a range of activities to enjoy from the comfort of home this half term.
Learn new skills and … More
Young wizards, witches and muggles all invited to a magical Harry Potter Night tomorrow (Thursday 4 February).
The Hull Libraries team has been working hard to bring the magic of … More
To celebrate National Storytelling Week, Hull Libraries and Hull City Council are sharing some of the special memories people have of Whitefriargate in a series of oral history interviews.
The … More
When Hull’s 12 library branches were forced to close in March as part of the national lockdown, Hull Libraries remained open online and saw a surge in requests for digital … More
Hull’s library service is continuing to operate during lockdown, however services are limited due to the new government legislation.
The following services are remaining open, but strictly by appointment only … More
Humber Mouth literature festival has launched a new project in conjunction with the Freedom Festival for 2020.
The Hull Story Map is inviting contributions from the city’s residents to create … More
Hull Culture and Leisure Ltd has today revealed its summer activity programmes. The plans will begin today and be available until Friday 4 September for families to enjoy.
With events … More
The winner of this year’s KS2 James Reckitt Hull Children’s Book Award is Tom Palmer for his book D-Day Dog, published to mark the 75th commemoration of the D-Day landings.… More
Hull’s libraries are reopening this week.
Access to services will be limited as a result of the necessary changes and measures that will introduced as a result of coronavirus.
Initially, … More
The Big Malarkey has been shortlisted in the Fantastic for Families Awards for its outstanding contribution to family-friendly arts and culture.
The Fantastic for Families Awards, organised by the Arts … More
Hull City Council has agreed a 10-year strategy for the city’s libraries.
The strategy, which tells how technology will play an important role in libraries of the future, was agreed … More
Big Malarkey Festival organisers are hoping to celebrate the creativity of Hull children with a series of weekly activities as they launch Hibernation Inspiration.
The literature festival, due to take … More
Libraries in Hull have had to adapt in the face of coronavirus.
People are currently unable to visit their local library – but that doesn’t mean they can’t browse and … More
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