Newland Avenue essential resurfacing work

Essential maintenance works on Newland Avenue will take place from Monday, September 11 for six weeks.

Newland Avenue will be closed to through traffic to allow these essential carriageway maintenance … More

Urban Summer Festival at Hull City Hall

Event marks start of new partnership between Hull Culture and Leisure and Hull City Council’s youth arts initiative ‘Creative Voice’, Hull Youth Development Service and Freedom Road Creative Arts

Young … More

Bin it your way

Hull City Council has joined forces with the Chewing Gum Action Group (CGAG) to tackle gum litter in the city.

The campaign ‘Bin it your way’ forms part of our … More

Five residents prosecuted for environmental crimes

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

Kenneth Ware of Ferndale, Redcar Street, Hull was prosecuted and received a six month conditional … More

Driving to a greener future

Hull City Council has expanded its fleet of electric vehicles and added three charge points for Council vehicles in Hanover Square.

The authority has purchased another Nissan Leaf car to … More

No more tied bags in blue bins: keep it loose

From October 2017 blue bins containing bagged items will not be collected. The message is simple, keep your items loose in the blue bin.

Contamination currently costs the authority £500,000 … More

Hull named most Enterprising place in Britain

The City of Hull has been recognised for its city-wide approach to investment in education and training programmes.

The City of Hull received an Improving the Business Environment Award in … 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

Youth Enterprise Awards 2017 shortlist

Over 50 nominations for individuals and organisations have been submitted for the Hull Youth Enterprise Awards 2017.

The awards are organised Hull City Council, in partnership with the John Cracknel … More

Hull City Council wins Excellence Award

Hull City Council last night received the Association of Public Service Excellence (APSE) award for Best Public/Private Partnership in recognition of the work done with partners Wykeland Beal to transform … More

One World Show looks for new voices

Award-winning songwriter, composer and choir director Helen Yeomans is bringing her acclaimed choral theatre piece ‘One World’ to Hull as part of UK City of Culture and is looking for … More

Special one-off talk by Michael Peppiatt

Francis Bacon’s close friend and confidant Michael Peppiatt will visit Ferens Art Gallery on Thursday 7 September to give a unique talk on the artist’s life and work.

This special … More

Roadworks: Sutton Road Bridge

Sutton Road Bridge will be closed to vehicles from Tuesday 22 to Thursday 24 August in order to carry out essential mastic asphalt repairs to the carriageway on the lifting … More

Get into shape this autumn

People keen to get fit this autumn can take advantage of Hull Culture and Leisure’s offer to coincide with National Fitness Day on Wednesday 27 September.

Hull Culture and Leisure … More

Get online with IT sessions

The annual and biggest digital inclusion campaign in the UK is back and Hull Libraries are hosting taster sessions to get people online.

Now in its 11th year, Get Online … More

New parenting courses to start

A number of free parenting courses to explore techniques and approaches to leading a healthy family lifestyle are taking place at venues across the city.

The HENRY (Health, Exercise and … More

Ferens reopens with newly displayed gallery four

Ferens Art Gallery has reopened today with a complete re-hang in gallery four showcasing world renowned works from the permanent collection, spanning the 19th to 21st century.

Last week’s closure … More