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
A summer schedule packed with activities is heading to Hull. From bug-hunting and den-building to street dance, story-telling and circus skills and everything in between, there really will be something … 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
A project providing collection and donation points for period products has launched. Period Dignity Hull is a group of individuals and organisations in Hull, including the council. They have worked … 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
A warning over has been issued after counterfeit tobacco was discovered in a raids on a Hull shop.
Hull City Council’s Trading Standards Team, working with colleagues in Humberside Police, … 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
Fake wine which closely mimicked a well-known brand has been seized from 20 shops in Hull.
More than 300 counterfeit bottles of a popular brand with a retail value of … More
Cllr Daren Hale, Leader of Hull City Council and Chair of the city’s Coronavirus Outbreak Prevention and Engagement Board, has said the government’s decision to delay lifting remaining restrictions for … 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
Local people who have dementia and their families are to be offered a new maritime themed activity pack.
The Hull Maritime project, funded by Hull City Council and The National … More
Hull City Council has been working with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and local public health authorities to contact businesses in Hull and check they have adequate COVID-secure measures … More
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
Mums in Hull have been sharing their experiences of having a baby during the pandemic as part of a new campaign from Hull City Council that encourages women to connect … More
Hull City Council is urging families not to send children into school or college if anyone in the household has Coronavirus symptoms.
If a parent or child has symptoms, the … More
Children and young people in Hull have the chance to give their views on what the Government should prioritise in planning the recovery from the coronavirus outbreak, as The Big … More
On Monday 12 April, the country will reach the next stage of the government’s roadmap out of lockdown, which will see a variety of businesses being allowed to reopen.
This … More
People are being urged to act responsibly, socially distance and follow the current coronavirus safety advice this Easter bank holiday weekend.
The coronavirus infection rate in Hull remains high which … More
Everyone in Hull aged 16 and over can now have free routine Coronavirus tests. The rapid-result tests are for people who do not have any symptoms of the virus and … More
On Thursday 6 May 2021, Hull City Council local elections and the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) election takes place.
Residents in Hull have their chance to vote on … More
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