Essential maintenance work and carriageway repairs on Hall Road will start on Monday 27th September.
The vital works, will last up to two weeks and take place between 7am… More
A service that was set up during the coronavirus pandemic to offer a friendly voice to elderly and vulnerable people brought together volunteers and those they have supported for a … More
There are less than three weeks until Hull Fair begins. The earliest stages of set-up have already begun, and it will not be long before Showmen and women begin arriving … More
Children and young people in Hull, and across the country, were asked to give their views on what the Government should prioritise in planning the recovery from the coronavirus outbreak, … More
Motorists across Hull are being encouraged to walk or cycle as part of World Car Free Day 2021.
Every year on 22 September people across the world are encouraged to … More
Parents and carers of Year 6 pupils have until 31 October to apply for a mainstream secondary school place for their child for September 2022.
Families that live in Hull … More
Parents and carers of young children may be entitled to receive help through the Healthy Start scheme.
Healthy Start provides up to £24.80 a month per child under the age … More
Residents who have not yet confirmed their household voter registration details will receive a knock at the door from today (Tuesday 21 September) as council representatives start to visit outstanding … More
Historic England is asking people what they love about their high streets this week as part of a national conversation to find out why they mean so much to us.… More
A new regional campaign to support the mental health of Armed Forces personnel and their families in Hull and East Yorkshire begins today (Monday, 20 September).
The campaign highlights the … More
The new £8.2million Broadacre Primary School building has reached another milestone in its construction phase, with the opening of the multi-use-games-area (MUGA).
Partners celebrated with a ‘MUGA official opening’ involving … More
Museumand, The National Caribbean Heritage Museum, has curated 70 Objeks & Tings – a colourful Caribbean exhibition and hardback book to celebrate Black History Month 2021.
The exhibition opens at … More
Work to transform Dock Office Chambers into a bespoke storage and conservation facility for Hull Maritime Museum’s reserve collection will start later this month.
The transformation, which will start on … More
Hull historian, author and photographer Dr Alec Gill MBE has gifted his extensive research – representing 50-years of documenting the city’s Hessle Road Fishing culture – to Hull History Centre.… More
Weekly roadworks update – 17 September
As work to improve the city’s roads continues, it has also been announced that major works on Brunswick Arcade, Beverley Road will start on … More
Hull City Council is supporting amateur ice sports clubs that have been negatively impacted by the essential refurbishment at Hull Ice Arena, and who have had to find alternative facilities … More
Major restoration work to the historic Brunswick Arcade on Beverley Road will begin next month.
Following a review of the building’s structure, Hull City Council has confirmed that redevelopment works … More
Pupils and teachers in Hull have returned to full-time education better equipped to deal with the impacts of Covid thanks to a programme which has been designed to boost emotional … More
Hull residents are urged to Step it Up ahead of national Recycle Week, beginning 20th September.
Hull City Council is joining forces with the national recycling campaign, highlighting how everyone … More
Hull Youth Justice Service (YJS) has received an overall rating of ‘Good’ following an inspection by HM Inspectorate of Probation.
Seven inspectors spent a week with the team and partners … More
Up to 8km of safer cycling lanes will be installed from Hull to Cottingham as part of plans to encourage more active travel in the city.
The improvements form part … More
One of the UK’s brightest emerging musicians is performing at Hull Central Library next month as part of Get It Loud In Libraries.
L Devine recently released her brand-new EP, … More
In just eight weeks, more than 3,457 people in Hull received a vaccine at pop-up clinics held in parks, churches and communities. A total of 3,436 people collected at-home no-symptom … More
Work to improve the city’s roads continue in Hull.
Hull City Council has also launched the second stage of its ongoing transport survey, and is now asking people to share … More
A business in Hull is offering to brand a a charity’s van or other vehicle for free, to help them be instantly recognised when going about their vital work in … More
A host of local talent will headline Inner City Sesh next weekend – a 15,000-capacity music festival in Queens Gardens.
Following the cancellation of the hugely popular music and art … More
Hull’s local libraries will play host to a series of chess events open to the public, starting this weekend.
The ‘chess sesh’ events are free and open to all ages, … More
The Deep in Hull is supporting a national campaign this month highlighting the need for urgent action on climate change.
Ahead of COP26 and the United Nations Climate talks, The … More