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I hope you are staying cool - my fan is currently working overtime but hopefully today sees the last of the red heatwave warning so we can enjoy the summertime safely and another fantastic week of summer fun in Hull & East Yorkshire!
A big congratulations the 5,000 of the city's graduates - including Dr Brian May CBE who joined via video link - who have been celebrating their years of hard work with loved ones at the Bonus Arena and city centre as a whole this week. (I'd like to give a personal shout-out to my partner Katie who will be graduating on Thursday - congratulations to you!) You can read all about it here >>
In other city centre news, the iconic Rose Bowl Fountain has received a much needed facelift, restoring it to its former glory. The fountain looks absolutely fantastic in the summer sun and continues to be crown-jewel to the beautiful Queens Gardens. You can read all about that here >>
Summer is always an expensive time of the year, especially for young families; so in preparation for the six week holidays, our friends over at Hull and East Yorkshire Mumbler have created a guide to some of the fantastic free activities that are available in the local area, so you can keep the little ones entertained without breaking the bank.
How's your sweet tooth holding up? Well our local foodie Ben has made a list of all of the amazing local eateries that create luxurious and decadent doughnuts for you to enjoy all summer long - yummy!
And as always, we've got a roundup of the week's local news as well as a guide to the biggest and best events happening across the city this week.
Keep those water bottles topped up and have an amazing week!
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Thousands of students from the University of Hull will graduate this month at the Bonus Arena bringing more than 24,000 guests to the city as they celebrate all their achievements and hard work of the past few years.
Hull's epic state-of-the-art indoor adventure golf course - Located inside St Stephen’s, intrepid explorers of all ages can ‘putt’ their skills to the test on two separate 18-hole, rainforest-themed indoor adventure golf courses.
Iconic Hull bar Sharkeys is back! From its relaxed and welcoming decorations to its exciting sports bar area, Sharkeys has something for everyone. Food served until 7pm and the return of its famous Triples for Singles and unique cocktails.
It's the final week of term for Hull schools, so with 6 weeks of holidays here from next week and rising bills, we've got together with our friends at Hull & East Yorkshire Mumbler to create this list of great FREE things to do with the kids this Summer.
As the weekend's heatwave begins to wane, the weather in Hull is once again pleasantly warm, sunny, and perfect for days out. We've put together yet another list of our favourite events around the city and beyond to help you enjoy it...
The Summer holidays are approaching fast, so it's time for parents and grandparents around Hull to start prepping for ways to keep the little ones happy over the 6-week break. Swimming is always a big hit during the hot weather, and with these indoor water parks around Yorkshire - all around an hour's drive away from Hull - it certainly gives you better options for the you and the kids.
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