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Welcome back to another exciting issue on What's On Weekly.
This week we're looking at Hull's independent alternatives to some of the nation's favourite chains.
After asking our own readers recently about which national chains they'd like to see come to Hull, by far, the top three most popular requests were Wagamama, Five Guys and TGI Fridays.
So with this in mind, Ben has made a list of some brilliant local alternatives to these big names, so you can get your flavour fix right now, and support a great independent restaurant at the same time.
If you're looking to fit a little culture into your spring walk, Grace has made a list of some exciting exhibitions coming up in Hull & the local area.
There will be lots of great opportunities across spring and summer to see some beautiful artwork from Hull's local creative artists as well as pieces from the country's most prominent art groups.
If you're looking for events this week, we've got you covered. There's fantastic entertainment at Bonus Arena from Craig David, Blondie, & Trixie Mattel. As well as comedy from Billy Pearce & Chris Ramsey, and music events in That'll Be The Day and the UK Pink Floyd Experience.
In local news; Hull’s maritime living statues have been selected for an international competition and an investment has been announced to increase school places and improve provision for pupils with SEND. Check out the full list below.
Don't forget that the huge Unboxed: About Us event taking place this weekend with a stunning light show in the city centre that combines projection mapping, animation, music and poetry.
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The three living statues created for Hull Maritime, the £30.3m project funded by Hull City Council and The National Lottery Heritage Fund, have been selected to compete in the World Living Statues Festival, World Championship on 16 October 2022 in Alkmaar, Netherlands.
Live music, food, sports, drink, entertainment, face painting and more. Come enjoy a fun for the family festival kindly hosted by North Ferriby Football Club on their pitch. Kindly hosted by the BBC’s David ‘Burnsey’ Burns!
Five cycle hubs have opened this week within three communities in Hull. Local cycling charity R-evolution has teamed up with Hull City Council to provide the new cycle hubs, offering free safety checks and free bicycle repairs on site.
One of Yorkshire’s longest-established marketing agencies is proud to have expanded within its ranks to include a team of digital specialists, broadening its digital marketing offering as demand for online services continues to grow.
From September, Wyke College will be accepting a group of 16/17 year old French speaking Swiss students to study with them for one academic year.
The programme, which has run in other top-class colleges for up to seven years, invites intelligent and motivated Swiss students over to Hull, bringing a fabulous new dimension to Wyke College – opening local student’s eyes to new opportunities.
If you have never been attracted to using a gym then you are no different to the 83 percent of the population who feel the same. Yet some 250,000 women have already changed their mind and love being members of Gymophobics.
30,000 residents who pay their Council Tax by direct debit will have the money into their bank accounts today and the remaining payments to direct debit payers will continue during April and May, after Council Tax direct debits have been taken.
It's an exciting week in Hull, with the huge Unboxed: About Us event taking place this weekend. To tide you over until it begins on Saturday, the Bonus Arena is busy with music gigs from Craig David & Blondie, and a comedy show from Trixie Mattel. More comedy in other venues across the city centre too, with shows from Billy Pearce, Chris Ramsey, and more, as well as musical events such as That'll Be The Day and the UK Pink Floyd Experience.
Independent insurance broker, McClarrons, open new premises at Hesslewood Office Park. McClarrons have been operating for over 35 years; with their head office in Malton, the company has now opened its latest premises.
Designed and tailor-made to fit our customers lifestyles, Merlin Kitchens have been adding their magic to every kitchen they’ve provided for over 40 years. Pop into our showroom and explore our beautiful kitchen displays.
After asking our own readers recently about which national chains they'd like to see come to Hull, by far, the top three most popular requests were Wagamamas, Five Guys and TGI Fridays.
So with this in mind, we thought we'd give you some brilliant independent alternatives to these big names, so you can get your flavour fix right now, and support a great local restaurant at the same time.
Hull & East Riding Mumbler have pieced together this list of some of the best places to eat with the kids to right now. These places are not all ‘exclusively’ for families or children but they have all shown thoughtful touches or great facilities (things like play areas, pushchair access, changing facilities, high chairs).
With some bigger chains recently moving to the city we thought it was time to shine a light on some of Hull’s best independent watering holes. Here are 8 of Hull’s favourite independent bars that are perfect for a drink in the sun this spring…
Want to add a little culture to your spring walk? There are lots of fantastic exhibitions that are currently going on all around Hull & East Yorkshire. There's opportunity to admire beautiful artwork from local artists as well as the country's most prominent art groups.
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