The Ferens Art Gallery will turn one of its walls into a huge canvas this half term so that families can create a giant jungle gallery, inspired by one of … More
An innovative new pedestrian crossing designed to improve safety was installed in Anlaby Road over the weekend.
It forms part of two new crossings in the city, aimed at using … More
The Spurn Lightship will move to a local shipyard for restoration on the morning tide of Tuesday 12 October, subject to suitable weather conditions.
This new date has been arranged … More
Major restoration work to Brunswick Arcade on Beverley Road will begin next week in the interest of public safety.
From Monday 11 October, Beverley Road will be reduced to two … More
Hull’s Digital Champions tenant volunteers are indeed champs! Today they won the Community Focussed Service/Product of the Year in the tpas national awards – tpas being the national experts in … More
Hull’s iconic blue army of volunteers gave their blue uniforms the night off yesterday and gathered at Hull Minster to celebrate the future of the programme.
The programme, which was … More
Councillors and staff at Hull City Council are deeply saddened to hear the news of the recent passing of our beloved Jean Bishop.
A true legend in the city, Jean’s … More
Work to install a new pedestrian crossing in Holderness Road has now been completed.
The new crossing, at the junction with Southcoates Lane, will increase safety for pedestrians using this … More
Award-winning War Horse author Michael Morpurgo will judge a children’s creative writing competition as part of Yorkshire Festival of Story (YFOS 21), an online event happening next month.
Children from … More
Local councillors, MPs and businesses are being urged to join forces to make the case for electrifying and upgrading the railway lines in and out of Hull, amid fears rail … More
Hull’s Whitefriargate is the inspiration for a new poem, The Constant Parade, that has been unveiled on the historic street as part of National Poetry Day 2021.
Vicky Foster, Whitefriargate’s … More
Work to make Saltshouse Road safer for pedestrians to cross will begin next week.
Two new pedestrian refuge islands are being installed in the section of the road between Dunvegan … More
A new bike hire hub, ready to loan out more than 60 refurbished bikes to University of Hull students, has opened on campus.
The new scheme, run in collaboration between … More
Hull’s Whitefriargate is the inspiration for a new poem that will be unveiled on the historic street on National Poetry Day on Thursday (7 October).
Vicky Foster, Whitefriargate’s poet-in-residence for … More
Hull Fair starts this Friday (October 8) and everyone planning a visit has been asked to play their part in reducing the spread of Coronavirus.
One of the most important … More
A series of free videos helping Hull families to cook simple, healthy recipes together is now available online, released by Hull City Council.
The videos feature simple and easy-to-follow recipes, … More
On world architecture day Hull City Council is asking residents to nominate their favourite non-designated building, park, garden, cemetery or archaeology site for the Hull Local Heritage List.
The current … More
Weekly roadworks update – 1 October
This week it was announced that essential overnight resurfacing works will be taking place from Monday 18 October as part of the multi-million-pound Stoneferry … More
Students at Bellfield Primary School took part in the launch of Modeshift STARS, a programme designed to encourage youngsters to travel actively.
As part of Bike to School Week, Modeshift … More
Hull City Council’s Employment Hub is set to run two employment events, which will see top employers attend in a bid to recruit new staff locally.
The Employment Hub, located … More
70 Objeks & Tings, an exhibition celebrating 70 Years of Caribbeans in the UK, launches at the Streetlife Musuem in Hull tomorrow (Saturday 2 October) as part of Black History … More
Essential overnight resurfacing works will be taking place from Monday 18 October as part of the multi-million-pound Stoneferry improvement scheme.
The works are expected to last around two weeks and … More
Hull’s last surviving sidewinder deep-water trawler, the Arctic Corsair and the Spurn Lightship, will move to a local shipyard for restoration.
Dunston’s (Ship Repairs) Limited, specialists in restoring and repairing … More
Award-winning Hull theatre company Middle Child are celebrating their 10th panto anniversary this Christmas with a return to their spiritual home on Humber Street.
Middle Child’s Rapunz’ull, a take on … More
Heritage organisations from across the region have benefited from £18,300 in grants from the Humber Museums Partnership.
In Hull, the Carnegie Centre will use funding to share its R38 Airship … More
Hull City Council, in partnership with Hull Clinical Commissioning Group, is looking for SEND coproduction champions to help shape how services are delivered for children and young people with SEND.… More