The creation of a new visitor centre at North End Shipyard has moved a step closer with contractors now being invited to show an interest in delivering this element of … More
North End Shipyard
Hull’s last remaining 20th century Scotch Derrick crane is to be restored, thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Hull City Council.
The Hull Maritime project is looking … More
A new maritime experience at Hull’s historic North End Shipyard is set to become one of the most energy efficient buildings in the UK’s cultural and heritage sector.
As part … More
Eight extremely fragile and unusual marine skeletons and specimens are to be removed from the Hull Maritime Museum, as part of a multi-million pound heritage-led regeneration scheme.
A decision record … More
Companies are being invited to be part of a major maritime and regeneration project in Hull.
Businesses will have the opportunity to submit tenders to embark on an extensive refurbishment … More
The team behind the major Hull: Yorkshire’s Maritime City project is looking to recruit a small team of volunteers who are passionate about showcasing the city’s nautical history.
The volunteers … More
The team behind Hull’s ambitious maritime project has secured more than £255,000 to conserve some of the city’s most important artefacts.
The funding will help plug a £2.6m shortfall needed … More
Huge crowds gathered at the weekend to see Hull’s famous Arctic Corsair move from its spot on the River Hull for the first time in 20 years.
The relocation of … More
Councillor Daren Hale Hull City Council Councillor Anita Harrison Hull: Yorkshire’s Maritime City Councillor Marjorie Brabazon Bonus Arena Trinity Market Ferens Art Gallery Hull Culture and Leisure Fly-tipping Hull Maritime Museum Councillor Stephen Brady Councillor Mike Thompson Councillor Dave Craker