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What a week it's been! It's amazing to see everything coming back to life in Hull again... there are people around the city centre, and theatres, cinemas and restaurants are back. I'm absolutely loving it right now and I hope you are too.
This week's edition features plenty of good news for Hull, with more investment into our attractions, hospitals and businesses. New shows have been announced for later this year, and new things for the upcoming half-term holiday!
Speaking of which, if you're a parent suddenly in a panic at reading that, don't worry. We've got some ideas of things to do, including fantastic day trips you can take by bus. And if your kids are like mine, well they're just going to love it.
Enough about kids though, Cinema's are back open in Hull... we've got a handy guide telling you about where you can go, how much tickets are, parking costs and even what's showing. Don't miss it.
And if you fancy some out of this world cuisine, don't miss our round-up of the finest dining restaurants you can eat at.
Whatever happens this week, I wish you the best.
Founder & Editor
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Hull is in the midst of a huge transformation to its transport system, with major works taking place across the city, including the A63, Stoneferry Corridor and ongoing utility repairs to vital gas, water and electric supplies. Once complete, the upgrades will offer improved transport infrastructure for motorists, cyclist and pedestrians.
The new leader of Hull City Council and cabinet has been formally agreed. The decision to elect Councillor Daren Hale as leader earlier this week, was ratified by the ruling Labour group. The party’s previous leader, Councillor Stephen Brady, ...
A double 18-hole indoor adventure golf attraction has opened in Hull after its long-awaited opening. Transporting golfers to the heart of a tropical rainforest, it features large-scale special effects, animal animatronics, and ‘tropical rainstorms’ ...
Chris Chilton, Hull City’s all-time record goalscorer, has died at age 77. Between 1960 and 1971, Chilton scored 222 goals in 477 appearances for Hull City. Just last year, Hull City supporters helped raise more than £40,000 to contribute...
A primary school teacher has told how she was certain her husband wanted to donate his organs to save other people’s lives after he suffered a fatal brain injury. Father-of-three Kirk Jensen, 45, suffered major brain trauma when he fell...
A young Hull entrepreneur is aiming to transform his fast-growing business with the Kickstart scheme – taking his company from just four to 35 employees overnight. Entertainment news business unCrazed is working with Hull City Council...
Hull City Council has been awarded a £100,000 grant from Historic England as part of the Whitefriargate High Streets Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) to create and deliver community-led cultural activities on the high street over the next three years.
Hull City Council is continuing its drive towards becoming carbon neutral by 2030 by installing new electric vehicle charging points at depots across the city to serve its increasing number of fully electric fleet vehicles.
Sorry parents, but half-term is here again. It might feel just 5 minutes ago since the kids were at home, but the time has come already for them to spend a whole week at home while you’re desperately trying to work.
Well hopefully, you’ve planned ahead and booked some time off. If you have, then a day out is on the cards and why not make it a bit more of an adventure by taking them on bus? We look at some of the best places you can take the kids to for a day out by bus from Hull.
Active Coast is back for the May half term, with free activities and self-led exploration. Now is the time to reconnect with the outdoors and rediscover the coast. The mini programme of activities is aimed at people of all ages, with fun for families, adults and the young at heart.
There will be plenty on offer for families during the school half term holidays at Sewerby Hall and Gardens. The zoo (with several new arrivals recently, and the world famous Rosie the Humboldt penguin), Welcome Centre, gardens ...
The Broadway smash hit tells the incredible story of Cher’s meteoric rise to fame and introduces them to the influential people in her life, from her mother and Sonny Bono, to fashion designer and costumier Bob Mackie. It shows how...
Hull City Council has taken over ownership of an area of natural woodland in the city to preserve its beauty and enhance accessibility for residents. Known as the Lozenge due to its shape, the land is an important part of the east Hull green...
Hull City Council has been awarded the first phase of £1m of funding from Highways England to deliver a programme of archaeological works to conserve and tell the story of a 16th century fortress – a key part of the city’s maritime history as one of the most important ports on the east coast of England.
WISHH, the official charity of Hull Hospitals, is inviting people across Hull and East Yorkshire to join the nation’s biggest tea break on the 5th July to raise funds for the incredible people in our NHS who’ve done so much to help everyone get through the pandemic.
Hull’s Trinity Market, home to a range of independent and creative businesses, is at full capacity for the first time in its 117-year history. Trinity Indoor Market has provided local produce from independent traders for more than a hundred years...
Sewerby Hall and Gardens will be hosting two evenings of socially spacious outdoor cinema this August. Presented by Adventure Cinema, the venue will host ‘The Greatest Showman Oudoor Cinema Singalong’ on Saturday, 28 August,...
Hull Culture and Leisure wants to help you get back into fitness this Spring. Following the move into Step Three of the lockdown restrictions, customers can now get enjoy being back in the gym, in the pool and in our indoor and outdoor fitness classes...
One of the things we’ve all been waiting for is for Hull’s cinemas to finally reopen! In fact, according to research before the latest lockdown step, Cinema was the biggest thing we all missed and couldn’t wait to reopen. Well now, we can finally go out and get the full experience of getting completely lost in another world with dark rooms, comfy seats and as much popcorn as we want. Here are the cinemas in Hull you can now get back to.
Holidays are back! The latest lift in lockdown restrictions means that all hotels and shared accommodation has reopened giving us so much more choice of where to stay. With only 12 countries available to travel to right now, it looks like the British Seaside holiday is your best chance of a family getaway this year.
Summer’s approaching and, with restrictions easing, we now have more freedom to go out together and have fun! No matter the weather, these indoor water parks are the best places to go on a day out, and they’re not that far from home.
Got a special occasion coming up, or just feeling fancy? With restaurants reopening across Hull & East Yorkshire, you might want to go out and dine in style. Well there’s nowhere better than these local fine dining restaurants to dress up smart and eat some amazing and unique dishes.
Street food is all the rage amongst foodies, and it’s easy to see why. Luckily for us in Hull, we have a whole hall which is packed with amazing street food vendors that are offering great tasting, and often unique, eating experiences; all whilst keeping the costs down.
Indoor dining is back on the menu, and with it comes a slew of Hull’s favourite restaurants reopening their doors, ready to feed the masses. And if you want to eat on mass, there’s no where better than some of these all-you-can-eat restaurants based around Hull.
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