Caremonkey app launched to support young people

An app has been launched to help give support and advice to young people with emotional issues following a successful pilot.

The app, Caremonkey, was devised by five young people … More

Would you support litter enforcement?

Hull City Council is launching a public vote on plans to combat the widespread issue of littering.

Litter blights our city centre and surrounding neighbourhoods, is hazardous to people, animals … More

The Maritime Museum goes to the Movies

For one week only, the beautiful and historic Court Room at the Hull Maritime Museum will be transformed into a movie theatre screening a series of films relating to the … More

Hull Fair – travel

The fair is held on the site of Walton Street car park, Hull, this is next to West Park, the KC Stadium, and the Bonus Arena. The postcode for sat … More

Child car seat enforcement day

Hull City Council, Humberside Police and Good Egg Safety will be joining forces to promote child car safety.

On Tuesday 22 August a police car will be stopping cars across … More

Singing for blokes, chaps & other men

A singing workshop day led by UK member of the Spooky Men’s Chorale – Dominic Stichbury, will take place on Saturday 25 November, as part of a Council project to … More

Plans to improve environmental standards

Hull City Council has been awarded £400k to help improve environmental standards in Hull.

The funding which has been awarded by the Department for Communities and Local Government will be … More

Inglemire Lane – phase two works

Essential maintenance works on Inglemire Lane will take place on Monday 6 November – Monday 4 December.

Inglemire Lane will be closed to through traffic between Beverley Road and Cranbrook … More

The joy of reading brings people together in Hull

A project evoking memories and instigating discussion is bringing people together through reading in Hull.

Reading Rooms was launched in Londonderry in 2013 during the first UK City of Culture … More

Striking the right chord this Halloween

Children aged between 8-12 years-old will be able to get creative with musical instrument making and playing sessions at Hull Central Library this half-term.

On Tuesday 31 October and Wednesday … More

Opportunity for young writers extended

Hull Libraries has extended a competition inviting Hull’s youngest writers to have their work published in a new competition, sponsored by the J Venn Foundation.

The Venn Young Writers’ Competition … More

Newland Avenue roadworks to continue next week

Following the temporary suspension for Hull Fair, works to Newland Avenue will resume as planned on Monday 16 October during off-peak hours.

To minimise disruption the works will be scheduled … More

Repairs to Hessle High Road to begin this month

Essential maintenance works on Hessle High Road will take place from Monday 16 October for eight weeks.

The works will take place between Priory Grove and Tilbury Road, and parts … More

Council wins Local Authority of Year

Hull City Council has been crowned Local Authority of the Year for the Yorkshire region at the Insider Yorkshire Property Industry Awards last night.

Councillor Steve Brady, Leader of Hull … More

Inglemire Lane essential resurfacing work

Essential maintenance works on Inglemire Lane will take place on Monday 2 until Sunday 15 October.

Inglemire Lane will be closed to through traffic between Oldstead Avenue and Cranbrook Avenue … More

Newland Avenue roadworks – update

Newland Avenue will reopen temporarily on Monday 2 October for two weeks to allow full access to Hull Fair for public transport, emergency services, and motorists.

Phase one has been … More