Two children play in the sand at a beach-themed activity day in a Hull Park.

10 family events in Hull for less than £1

1. East Hull Community Farm
Barham Road, Bilton Grange
Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
Free (small charge for groups)

See lambs being born in the springtime or sheep sheared in June and don’t … More

Safer Internet Day 2019 has been designed to highlight positive uses of technology to create a safer online community. Picture by John Schnobrich.

Safer Internet Day campaign supported in Hull

A campaign to promote safe use of the internet is being supported in Hull.

Safer Internet Day 2019, which took place on February 5, was designed to highlight positive uses … More

First names announced for 2019 Big Malarkey Festival

The first names for this year’s Big Malarkey Festival, Hull’s annual children’s literature festival, have been announced.

The announcement follows the festival securing funding from Arts Council England and James … More

See how Whitefriargate could look under new plans

This is how one of Hull’s most popular shopping streets could look under new plans.

Whitefriargate in the city’s Old Town is Hull City Council’s next major regeneration project.

A … More

Blue bin

Would you leave this in your blue bin?

Nappies, dog waste and feminine hygiene products are just some of things contaminating blue bins across Hull.

In one month alone, the council collected 32,000 nappies in Hull’s blue bins.… More

Woodford Leisure Centre.

Free adult swimming as part of Hull Big Swim

Free adult swimming sessions are being offered to residents as part of the Hull Big Swim campaign.

Hull Culture and Leisure is launching Hull Big Swim to motivate more adults … More

Employment in Hull at highest level on record

Employment in Hull is once again at its highest level on record, new figures have revealed.

The total number of employed residents in the city rose by 1,600 during the … More

Hull & East Riding Museum reopens to public

One of the city’s most popular museums has reopened after weeks of closure due to heating failure.

Hull & East Riding Museum in High Street shut in mid-December due to … More

Vegan market a ‘huge success’

Hundreds of people descended upon Trinity Market earlier this month for a fantastic celebration of vegan food and products.

The market was part of a Trinity After Dark event, where … More

Young artists inspired by incredible club

Masterclasses with world-renowned artists, visits to some of the country’s most prestigious art galleries and producing their own exhibitions – that’s just some of the experiences young artists in Hull … More

The winning “Encore” design is being built at KCWP’s Meaux Rise development, Kingswood.

House style launched in Hull wins housing Oscar

Hull City Council’s development partner Home Group, part of the Hull’s City-wide Partnership (KCWP), has won the silver award in the Best House category in the recent What House Awards.… More

Hull City Council is embarking on a city-wide housing regeneration plan to build up to 1,000 new homes.

Hull housing growth plan given go-ahead

A £4 million investment in housing renewal from the Local Growth Fund has been approved by the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership.

Hull City Council confirmed the move in a decision … More

Knife Angel sculpture goes on display in Hull

A Knife Angel sculpture is to go on display in Hull throughout February.

The sculpture has been created from more than 100,000 knives collected through police force surrender campaigns across … More

The Ferens Art Gallery.

Ferens Art Gallery to host Swinging the Lamp

A performance showing the drama of a life at sea is coming to Hull.

Swinging the Lamp, told in the words of a former fisherman, will be shown at Ferens Art Gallery … More

Hull City Council is taking an even tougher stand on fly-tippers.

Council to get tough on environmental offenders

Councillors are being asked to consider plans to implement robust enforcement action against littering and environmental offences.

In addition, they will also consider the prospect of increasing the level of … More