Public Health

A door-knocker

Could you spot a doorstep scammer?

This week is Doorstep Crime Awareness Week and Hull City Council’s Trading Standards team has issued advice to residents on how to beat scammers.

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Hopscotch target smashed at Hull’s Play Day

A Hull hopscotch target has been smashed as hundreds hopped, skipped and jumped their way around Queens Gardens.

A team from the Playing Out project led the event during the … More









Jean Bishop, Hull’s Bee Lady, centre, who opened The Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre.

Hull CCG ‘outstanding’ for third year in a row

Hull’s Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has been rated as “outstanding” for a third year in a row.

NHS England’s Ofsted-style evaluation recognised the city’s innovative Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre … More




People are warned to stay safe in the sun as high temperatures can put health at risk. Picture: Jenn Evelyn-Ann

Top 5 tips to beat the heat this weekend

The arrival of the sun this weekend will be welcome news for most of us.

Temperatures are predicted to hit a blistering 29C on Saturday and stay warm through the … More






Get walking for National Walking Day on 3 April.

Could you walk further than this in 10 minutes?

Can you beat the pacer? Today is National Walking Day (or, if you’re on Twitter, #NationalWalkingDay) so Hull City Council’s Public Health team has dug out its challenge video from … More


Improvements to a community alcohol hub in Bransholme will include making the building more family-friendly and refurbishing group spaces and clinical facilities.

Help for families affected by problem drinking

Children and adults affected by a family member’s drinking problem are to benefit from £133, 140 of capital funding which will be used to refurbish a community alcohol hub.

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