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The Ferens Art Gallery in Hull.

Hull museums announce plans for reopening

Three of Hull’s most-treasured museums and galleries plan to reopen on Monday 17 May, subject to government guidance.

Ferens Art Gallery, the Streetlife Museum and the Hull and East Riding … More



Queen Victoria statue and Hull City Hall lit purple for Census Day 2021

Census 2021 response hits almost 100 per cent

97 per cent of households across England and Wales have completed their census survey, making sure they count when it comes to local services like school places, GP surgeries and … More




Roadworks in place in Hull.

Work to major city centre route now complete

George Street, including North Bridge, has reopened to motorists following a two week closure for critical gas infrastructure repair works.

The route was closed so that Northern Gas Networks (NGN) … More







Hull to have Coronavirus advice visit

An NHS team will visit Hull this week to speak to people about staying safe as the city adjusts to life after lockdown.

The outreach workers will be based at … More





More love for the Truelove Flag

A long due conservation treatment on the 147 year-old Truelove flag from the Hull Maritime Museum is now complete.

The 15ft (4.57m) Truelove flag, dating back to 1873 and on … More



New supermarket opens in Hull’s Old Town

A new supermarket has opened its doors in Hull’s historic Old Town.

The One Stop on Silver Street offers a range of convenience products, as well as made-to-order sandwiches from … More











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Extension of grant to help Hull’s rough sleepers

The Government has confirmed it will extend funding for a Hull City Council initiative to help alleviate rough sleeping in the city.

The £110,000 grant from the Government’s Rough Sleeping … More




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