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
As children complete their third week back at school, Helen Christmas, Hull’s public health lead for children and families reflects on their return.
Helen said: “We always knew the return … More
Thousands of families in Hull will benefit from Easter Healthy Holidays packs – full of healthy meal and activity ideas, plus items to encourage healthy play over the school holidays.… More
Tonight at 8pm buildings in Hull city centre will be lit yellow to honour those who have died with Coronavirus. The date marks a year since the first UK lockdown … More
The Winter Grant Scheme has been extended meaning that households in Hull that are most in need will benefit from further food and fuel support.
Families in Hull that live … More
Hull still has the country’s highest number of Coronavirus cases, with a rate of 159 per 100,000 of the population. The rate in England is 58.7 cases per 100,000, putting … More
Free Covid-19 home testing kits are available to all families and households with early years, primary, secondary school and college-aged children and young people, including childcare and support bubbles, as … More
With schools returning on Monday and some other adjustments to rules on social contact, the message for Hull is that lockdown has not been lifted.
Tim Fielding, Deputy Director of … More
Hull City Council’s ambition that every child in the city is connected has moved a big step forward as local food company Cranswick donates 1156 laptops to children in the … More
On March 3, 2020, Hull’s first Coronavirus case was identified. Less than three weeks later, with cases climbing nationally, the government announced an initial UK-wide lockdown. On the anniversary of … More
Routine Coronavirus testing is now underway at three council-run sites, for those in critical frontline roles and others who cannot work from home.
Police officers and firefighters are regularly using … More
Following the introduction of checks to local ensure supermarkets and similar shops have Covid-secure measures in place, Hull City Council’s Public Protection Team is to work with the Health and … More
Primary schools, secondary schools, special schools and colleges will open to all pupils from Monday 8 March.
Primary school pupils will all return on Monday 8 March, and secondary and … More
Updated: Full Council has today, 25 February, approved the budget for 2021/22.
Hull City Council Leader, Councillor Stephen Brady, has published the proposed Budget Statement for 2021/22, ahead of it … More
Hull City Council is opening more rapid testing sites to protect the city and residents against the spread of coronavirus.
The new sites are for local workers who are unable … More
With Hull City Hall now operating as the Humber region’s largest vaccination centre, Hull City Council’s Director of Public Health, Julia Weldon, has welcomed the development but said social distancing … More
This week is Children’s Mental Health Week, and HeadStart Hull is using the week to highlight the resources and support available to children and young people in Hull.
Gail Teasdale, … More
One of the most important things everyone can do to reduce the spread of Coronavirus is to immediately isolate and book a test at the first sign of any one … More
A new drive to keep customers and employees safe in Hull’s supermarkets will see Coronavirus safety checks carried out by the council’s Public Protection Team and Covid Marshals.
Officers will … More
Children who live in Hull and are currently receiving free school meals will receive food vouchers worth £15 over the February half term week.
During term time all children eligible … More
Residents at Park View care home in west Hull have received their first vaccination to protect against Covid-19.
13 residents and 53 members of staff were injected with the first … More
Hull Training and Adult Education have a range of online, free and low cost courses on offer.
During last year’s lockdown many people turned to online learning as a way … More
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