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Repairs to Foredyke Bridge now complete

Essential repair works to Foredyke Bridge have now been completed.

Councillor Daren Hale, portfolio holder for strategic highways, said:

“The completion of this vital scheme highlights our commitment to improving … More




Spurn Lightship temporarily moves

Hull’s historic Spurn Lightship is to be moved, for the first time in 30 years, on Wednesday 5 September by local marine specialists ahead of work to install a new … More




Parenting courses to start

A number of free parenting courses to explore techniques and approaches to leading a healthy family lifestyle are taking place at venues across the city.

The HENRY (Health, Exercise and … More



12 prosecuted for environmental crimes

12 Hull and East Yorkshire residents have been prosecuted for a number of environmental crimes across the city.

Mark Mason of Knightscourt, Hull was prosecuted and ordered to pay a … More



Elephant procession

Play day celebrates 250 years of the circus

Hull’s popular Playday Festival returns to Queens Gardens on Wednesday 1 August.

The 15th festival in Hull gets underway from 11am until 3pm and Queens Gardens will become a huge … More





Roll up, roll up and read this summer

This year’s fREADom Quest, encouraging children to read throughout the summer holidays, has launched at Hull Central Library.

Children in Hull are being encouraged to take part in a reading … More




Eleven offenders fined for littering offences

Eleven fined for littering offences

Hull City Council has successfully prosecuted eleven offenders for littering offences across the city.

Conor Walton of The Cotswold, Hull, was prosecuted and ordered to … More


Market microbrewery adds fizz to the menu

A microbrewery in Hull is adding a bit of fizz to the menu at Trinity Market.

Fellows and Vittle is developing a range of ales to compliment the wide range … More


Council appoints new head of Hull Music Service

Hull City Council is pleased to announce the appointment of its new Head for the award-winning Hull Music Service.

James Dickinson, currently the Head of Hertfordshire Music Service and Chair … More






Council to recruit new apprentices

Hull City Council has a number of new apprenticeship opportunities.

Each year the Council takes on a significant number of apprentices and recognises that employing them helps them to grow … More


Experts gather in Hull to address flooding issues

A workshop to address Hull’s relationship with water will take place with representatives from a number of sectors including business, housing, environment and health and wellbeing.

Earlier this year, Hull … More





Make a splash to start the summer

Families will be able to make a splash this summer at six free paddling pools and water play areas at some of Hull’s parks.

The parks will open for the … More