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Small Business Saturday 2022 – Where to find the best small businesses in Hull

Small Business Saturday 2022 is nearly here! The grassroots campaign aims to highlights small businesses, encouraging you to support your local shops and retailers.

Hull is packed with high-quality local businesses and recently won an award for its support for the small business community.

Here’s our guide to where you can find some of the best independent businesses in Hull on Small Business Saturday 2022.

Trinity Market

Lowgate, Hull, HU1 2JH

Originally opened back in 1904, Trinity Market was Hull’s second market hall, mainly for fruit, flowers, and vegetables.

The indoor market is now a central figure in the old town, where Hull’s medieval heart is brimming with vibrant pubs, cafes and bars.

Grab a coffee from Caffeinated, some street food from Tapasya, or style yourself with some retro clothing at Beasley’s Clothing.

Fruit Market

Queen Street, Hull, HU1 1UU

The Fruit Market is Hull’s latest urban quarter, is full of creativity, enterprise, and colour. Next to Hull’s Marina, the area is brimming with art, fashion, as well as plenty of good food and drink.

Take a look at Poorboy Boutique, get some designed goods from Form Shop & Studio, or eat out at Thieving Harry’s.

Paragon Arcade

Paragon Street, Hull, HU1 3PQ

Located in the city centre, Paragon Arcade is where you’ll find a cluster of cool and quirky small businesses.

Staying true to its original design from 1896, the arcade regularly hosts small pop events to support the local independents housed within the building.

Tuck into some tapas at The Hispanist, purchase contemporary baby wear from Belle & Benjamin, or grab some good food at coffeehouse, Milchig.


Paragon Street, Hull, HU1 3PQ

Leading towards the old town, Hull’s high street is home to several small businesses.

To further enhance the street for local communities, the units in Whitefriargate will also be benefiting from new frontages thanks to some funding from Historic England.

Discover your next favourite book from Wrecking Ball Press, get your gaming fix at Bad Wolf Gaming, or find some fresh home decorations at LW Plants.

Newland Avenue

Newland Avenue, Hull, HU5 2EJ

A bustling street filled with restaurants, shops and bars, Newland Avenue is a cultural hub for residents. With the university also a short walk away, you’ll always find a buzzing atmosphere within the small businesses down the street.

Pay a visit to The Artisan Coffee & Gift Shop, grab a beer from Mr Moody’s tavern, or get some fresh flowers at the Eden Floral Boutique.

You can also support your community by donating unwanted children’s Christmas jumpers to help local families. Click here to find out more.

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