Hopewell Road resurfacing

Hull City Council is undertaking essential carriageway resurfacing works in Hopewell Road and Amethyst Road from Monday 8 January – Friday 16 February.

The work will be split into three … More

Kingswood extension appeal dismissed

The Planning Inspectorate today published its report and appeal decision regarding the land at Ashcombe Road and Barnes Way, Kingswood.

Hull City Council’s Planning Committee has twice rejected applications for … More

Young dancers to display skills at Hull College

Young performers and choreographers from Hull will show off their talents at a dance performance taking place in the city.
Groups from across the city will perform street and contemporary … More

Holocaust Memorial Day

Residents and community groups are invited to attend the annual Hull Holocaust Memorial Day to honour and remember victims of the Holocaust.

The national Holocaust Memorial Day will be marked … More

Gallery favourites return

Advance notice of temporary closure: Monday 22 and Friday 26 January 2018

Many of the gallery favourites will return to Ferens Art Gallery following the hugely popular Turner Prize 2017 … More

Sing Out – with Gay Abandon and The Sunday Boys

Free singing workshop for members of LGBT+ community takes place on Saturday 20 January, 11am – 5pm, at Albemarle Music Centre, Ferensway in Hull.

Members of the amazing Gay Abandon … More

Hull one of top UK cities for economic growth

Hull has been named as one of three Local Authority areas leading the way as the fastest growing economies in Yorkshire.

The UK Powerhouse study, produced by Irwin Mitchell and … More

CREATIVE CLUB – It’s what it says on the tin!

An exhibition with work produced by young people with learning disabilities is now on display at Hull Central Library.

With support from the Bransholme Community Arts Enterprise emerging young artists … More

Christmas Waste

As Christmas fast approaches, we have a few things we need to remind you of so that you can keep yon top of your waste this year.

For one week … More

Hull Museums Learning Team Receives Top Award

Hull’s very own Heritage Learning picked up a prestigious Sandford Award for excellence in museums education for their work at the Hull and East Riding Museum.

Presented by writer, historian … More

Fly-tipping prosecutions

Four residents have been successfully prosecuted for a number of environmental crimes across the city.

Shaun Doherty of Selby Street, Hull was prosecuted and ordered to pay a total of … More

Lord Line building and Hydraulic Tower and Pump House

Today, Wednesday 6 December, Hull City Council’s Planning Committee refused planning applications to demolish both the Lord Line building and Hydraulic Tower and Pump House.
The locally listed Lord Line … More

Four residents prosecuted for waste offences

Four residents have been successfully prosecuted for a number of environmental crimes across the city.

Tip It (Hull) Limited of East Park Avenue, Hull have been prosecuted and ordered to … More

Gym membership for emerging local talent

Hull Culture and Leisure has awarded its first annual membership to a local talented athlete, as part of a new scheme to support the city’s future sporting stars reach world-class … More

Festive lights switch-on: Thursday 23 November:

Spectators will be treated to a new-look celebration to kick-off the festive season. There will be:
• From 5pm, this new-look celebration to mark the start of the winter season … More