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This week was meant to see our lives return to some kind of normality with indoor venues set to return at full capacity and no more social distancing. Sadly, we've got to wait a little longer, but I think it's for the best and I hope you can enjoy and appreciate everything we have going on right now.
Once again, we've got a packed newsletter with all the updates on what's going on around Hull that you need to know about.
For our features this week, we take a look at one of Hull's finest assets... the Marina. Not only is it beautiful, especially on a sunny day, but it's got some incredible places to eat. We've put together a guide for you to check out this week.
It's not looking good at all for holidays abroad this year. But why would you want to anyway? The UK has some really great places to go and hopefully our run-down will give you some inspiration so you can get away and enjoy a family holiday this year.
And don't miss some of the picks of live music gigs that are coming up in Hull this Summer, including ones that are socially distanced.
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The Festival will be mounted in in venues (galleries, museums, theatres, empty shops) and public spaces across Hull, presenting an exciting programme of music, performance, visual arts and talks including a number of special commissions and events.
Besides being an important cultural site for Hull, our Marina is full of alluring and interesting maritime history. It's also full of brilliant places to eat and drink. The small yet notable area possesses a rich culinary diversity, ranging from comfortable pubs perfect for a pint, to artisan bakeries full of rustic charm.
Hull Marina is capable of offering something to everyone. With its quaint cobbled streets and impressive views, the Marina is amongst Hull’s finest places to eat, drink, or simply explore.
Newland Avenue is a cultural hub, full to the brim with restaurants, cafes, and bars, as well as a range of different shops. You could spend a whole day eating, drinking, and shopping without even needing to leave the avenue.
Pizza, pizza, pizza. Does it get better than pizza? Whether it be Italian, American, or stone-baked, pizza is the perfect centrepiece to any occasion. Luckily we’re surrounded by some of the region’s finest pizzerias here in Hull...
Burgers are one of the most popular mains across Britain, with almost all restaurants and eateries having at least one on the menu. We have a look at some of Hull’s most popular, and tastiest burger joints, so you can have a beastly, local burger…
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