A new exhibition, created by a group of young people with additional needs and/or disabilities in Hull and inspired by their experience of using public transport, will open at the … More
Cllr Rob Pritchard
Wilberforce House Museum has won a national award from the Museum Association. The annual awards recognise and celebrate outstanding practice by UK museums delivering social impact, promoting the best examples … More
Plans for six PlayZones are taking a step forward – and now the council wants to know what residents would like to see at those sites.
PlayZones are safe, inclusive … More
Anyone interested in music in Hull is invited to a day of inspiration and discussion themed around collaboration. Featuring live performances of new compositions, discussions and presentations, ‘Out of the … More
Young people aged between 11 and 19 years old can get involved in a mix of creative performances, discussions, workshops and exhibitions issues during this year’s Creative Voice Youth Festival.… More
Hull’s Hands on History Museum is now offering a chance for Hull school pupils to experience Ancient Egypt. This follows a re-display of original artefacts and historically significant replicas of … More
With the festive season fast approaching, Trinity Market is set to gift a free exciting and magical event to the people of Hull.
Working together with the council, Hull company … More
Albert Avenue Pools and Fitness has been officially opened by the Lord Mayor, with a giant game of hook a duck in the new lido.
Following the unveiling of a … More
A flagship Hull City Council scheme will see pocket parks across the city created and invested in.
Four areas in Hull will see new investment from this autumn after the first phase … More
British Sign Language (BSL) interpretation is now available in the medieval gallery at the Hull and East Riding Museum of Archaeology.
A total of 36 videos have been made from … More
Hull has once again been recognised as a Fairtrade Community.
Fairtrade ensures farmers and workers in developing countries around the world are paid a fair price for their goods, earn … More
A scheme that will see much-improved football facilities at Bude Park will soon kick-off thanks to investment from the Premier League, The FA and government’s Football Foundation.
Bude Park was … More
Schoolchildren in Hull will have the chance to show their artistic flair as part of a competition to celebrate the reopening of Albert Avenue Pools this summer.
The facility has … More
An exciting new exhibition ‘Rediscovering Ferens’ has opened at Ferens Art Gallery.
Running until Sunday 21 May, the exhibition focusses on the theme of identity and curators have explored what … More
With the coronation of King Charles III fast approaching, Hull City Council is inviting communities to apply to hold street parties in their neighbourhood.
Residents are able to apply for … 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 FC and the University of Hull have unveiled plans for a rugby league performance, education and community hub, including a new training base for the Black & Whites first-team … More
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