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Welcome back to another edition of our Weekly newsletter!
This week we're highlighting all things handmade as Grace has listed some of the regions finest local vendors who specialise in handcrafted goodies.
In local news this week, Hull's Time Ball has reclaimed the city's skyline. The 50kg historic timepiece was carefully lifted over 70 metres into the air by contractors Hobson & Porter and will be brought back into full working order in spring 2022.
We've also handpicked some amazing events happening across the city, including some amazing gigs, stand-up comedy, the circus, and the opening of Andrew Lloyd Webber's School of Rock.
Lastly, our local foodie Ben has delved into Hull & East Yorkshire's top rated Oriental restaurants so you can plan you're next meal out (or in).
Also, we have plenty of news stories every day now so if you'd like to keep up with it, our new Daily Dose brings you the latest stories every evening by email. Just go to your subscription settings and tick 'Daily Dose of Hull News', then 'Save Changes'.
The time ball will be brought back into full working order in spring 2022, marking 100 years since the ball last dropped. This will coincide with the completion of the restoration works, funded by National Lottery Heritage Fund and Hull City Council, which also includes improvements to the clock tower and its historic stonework.
Residents, workers and visitors are set to benefit from further investment in keeping Hull city centre free of graffiti as part of a joint commitment by HullBID and the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner.
A tech start-up will announce its arrival next month with an online event designed to drive the development of digital skills in Hull and East Yorkshire by working hand in hand with industry household names worldwide.
A group which was formed more than 25 years ago to bring together women holding senior roles in the Hull and East Yorkshire business community will turn back the clock next week for a belated silver jubilee celebration.
Many national Covid restrictions have been relaxed, however in Hull, colleges and Academy Trusts continue to work with public health to ensure they continue to do all they can to help prevent transmission of Covid.
Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust plans to erect almost 11,000 solar panels to generate a third of the total energy requirements of Castle Hill Hospital, meeting all of its daytime requirements in the summer.
Another amazing week of events is upon us here in Hull and this one is jam-packed full of live music, stand-up comedy, and theatre. Legendary guitarist Albert Lee, Of Allies, and Keep the Faith are taking to the stage this week, all offering different flavours of live music in Hull. If some stand-up comedy is what you’re feeling, then look no further than the Cottingham Comedy Club, Tony Law, and Tez Ilyas. And if that’s not enough then we’ve got Planet Circus rolling into town, as well as the opening of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s School of Rock The Musical at Hull New Theatre.
To celebrate the national events of Heritage Open Days, the Treasure House in Beverley will be open for visitors to discover the deliciousness of the collections and artworks to illustrate this year’s theme of Edible England.
A new Humboldt penguin chick has now been introduced to the penguin enclosure at the zoo at Sewerby Hall and Gardens. Pickle, a female, is the first chick born there for 11 years, and was born after the new male arrival at the zoo.
Looking for a gift for a loved one? Well look no further than these one of a kind vendors that make handmade gifts here in Hull! Carefully forged through individualism and passion, these handmade goods not only make unique gifts, but buying them supports the local economy.
For over fifty years Oriental cuisine has been an admired, and integrated, part of British dining culture. Be it a Chinese takeaway fit for Friday night’s after work, or a swish Japanese restaurant perfect for romantic couples seeking to try something new, the British public are thoroughly taken with Oriental cuisine and all it has to offer us.
What can be better than going out for a comforting and delicious meal with the family? Be it for a specific celebration, or simply for something to do on a Friday night, for years close knit families have enjoyed one another’s company in homely and friendly establishments that also provide good quality food that accommodates all.
You might not know it, but things are changing in Hull. This city has been changing constantly over the past 15 years and there’s plenty more in the pipeline that you can start to get excited about.
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