Hull’s new Community Plan, which will shape the city for the next decade, has been approved with cross-party support at today’s Full Council meeting. Earlier this year, the council worked … More
Anyone who has received a Brushing for Life pack for their child has been urged to immediately stop using the toothbrush after a potential safety issue emerged.
The packs, which … More
The Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre (ICC) in Hull has been singled out for praise by the Minister of State for Social Care Helen Whately MP.
She gave a speech … More
A new campaign targeting children and young people aims to raise awareness of unnecessary vape use. Vapes are intended to help adults aiming to quit smoking but should not be … More
Osborne Street multi storey car park will be temporarily closed next week.
The temporary closure is to allow for essential maintenance work to take place.
To reduce the impact on … More
Community groups around the city are to receive funding from the Affordable Warmth and Energy Saving Community Grants scheme ahead of winter. A total of 32 successful organisations will now … More
Hull City Council is to commit £50,000 to support the provision of food for food banks to help households struggling with the cost of living.
The money, from the Household … More
By joining our team, you will be making a tangible difference to the lives of people in Hull and working with people who are as passionate about our place and public services … More
A questionnaire that will help shape the future of Hull is now available for people to respond to. Everyone is invited to have their say on life in the city … More
By joining our team, you can make a difference to the lives of people in Hull and work with people who are as passionate about our place and public services .
Discover … More
Dozens of Hull City Council staff are signing up to support colleagues by becoming accredited Mental Health First Aiders.
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an internationally recognised programme designed … More
Organisations around the city will come together next week for an open-invite event to mark Children’s Mental Health Week. Stalls will take over the ground floor of St Stephen’s shopping … More
Illegal tobacco and vapes worth thousands of pounds have been seized following a joint operation involving Hull City Council’s Trading Standards team, Hull Central Neighbourhood Policing Team and detection dog … More
The time is coming to speak out about Hull. About your life, your street and your city. The council is asking you to help develop a community strategy – a … More
Today (Friday Nov 25) marks the annual White Ribbon Day – a global movement to end male violence against women and girls. It is also the International Day to Eliminate … More
Hull City Council is shining a spotlight on a rewarding career in Occupational Therapy for this Occupational Therapy Week.
Occupational Therapy Week is a national awareness campaign designed to celebrate … More
A warning has been issued after a particular type of soft toy available at Hull Fair was found to be dangerous.
More than 400 ‘Huggy Wuggy’ and ‘Huggy Wuggy Baby … More
A call has been issued for new volunteers to work with young people experiencing drug or alcohol problems. Refresh, a support service for 12- to 18-year-olds commissioned by Hull City … More
Hull City Council has set out a significant ‘cost of living rescue package’ of measures in response to the cost of living emergency. The plans could include millions of pounds … More
If you are a homeowner, living in Hull and in receipt of a state pension, Hull City Council may be able to help you improve the energy efficiency of your … More
The latest edition of the council’s residents’ magazine, Love Hull, will start to arrive at Hull households this week.
As part of a wider commitment to listening to residents’ views, … More
Hull City Council will be offering £1,000 in funding to help purchase two Emergency Bleed Control Cabinets for the city centre, which are designed to prevent catastrophic blood loss before … More
Hull Culture and Leisure Ltd is joining forces with the Yorkshire Ambulance Service to hold a free first aid awareness course.
The free course is for anyone aged 12 and … More
NHS Hull CCG and the Humber Coast and Vale Integrated Care System (ICS) have agreed to fund the National Living Wage (NLW) increase of all staff working in regulated social … More
As the government confirms all remaining Coronavirus restrictions will end, Hull’s public health lead has explained what ‘living with Covid’ looks like for Hull.
Key changes announced this week include:… More
Last year, with Coronavirus restrictions in place throughout most of the 12 months and many people continuing to work at home, it was business as usual for Hull City Council’s … More
National HIV Testing Week will be marked in Hull this week with a series of free, drop-in testing clinics. The sessions, which offer quick and confidential results, are taking place … More
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