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We're back again... a day later than usual due to the bank holiday.
Big news this week... it looks like Princes Quay has been bought by the new owners of Welly, and they're looking at some big changes to one of our favourite shopping centres. So make sure you have a read of that.
Things are really looking up right now. We're not far away now from getting back to some kind of normality as on Monday, we'll see lots of changes around Hull. Shops, swimming pools, pubs, restaurants and more are all reopening safely which means there are actually things to go out and do! Yay! It's certainly been a while and you can probably tell I'm a bit excited. We've rounded up everything that's reopening from Monday for you.
Oh and If it's pubs that you're specifically looking forward to next week, we've rounded up 8 of the best beer gardens around the region. If you're thinking of a nice meal out we've pulled together a list of the best outdoor dining spots too.
There are loads of other ideas too... it's quite a packed newsletter this week so I hope you enjoy it.
Lockdown restrictions are gradually easing, and we are finally able to look ahead for live events happening in Hull. Whilst we’re still homebound, check out some of the online events available to help keep you entertained this week…
The man who once told us he loved us from the bottom of his pencil case, founder Beautiful South member Dave Hemingway returns back to his roots later this year announcing their first gig at HULL – Adelphi Club on Saturday 31st July with his new band SUNBIRDS.
It’s been a tough old start to 2021. But things are looking up with Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirming on Monday that the second phase of the roadmap out of lockdown is definitely going ahead.
This is really exciting as it’s the biggest change so far with so many ‘normal’ things finally coming back in some form such as shops, swimming and restaurants! Here’s the full detail of what’s reopening around Hull from Monday 12 April.
It’s the Easter holidays and with the second stage of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown now in play, with it comes a slew of changes to the rules. We’ve rounded up the top 11 playgrounds in Hull which you can now take the kids to.
It’s the school holidays! I can hear parents all over Hull cheering in excitement having only just sent their kids back to school! Well do not worry... There might not seem much to do, but we’ve got some great ideas of things you CAN do this Easter Holiday around our great city.
Nothing beats a cold refreshing drink with your family and friends in the sun. And now that Beer Gardens are set to open all over Hull & East Yorkshire from Monday, we can return to the great British tradition (safely of course!)
We’ve rounded up some of the most incredible and unique beer gardens in and around Hull you can try out from this Monday. Please do remember to stay safe and drink responsibly so you can keep your distance.
Step 2 of the government’s roadmap out of COVID lockdown restrictions is just around the corner and this one might be one of the most exciting – the pubs are back! From 12th April, hospitality venues will be allowed to serve people outdoors...
As lockdown restrictions start to wind down, it’s time to start looking forward to outdoor dining. And after the hint of summer weather last week, I for one am excited to get out there and eat some yummy local food in the sun.
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