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Summer holidays can often come as a shock to any working parent, but the shock was much greater for our family this week...
We've tried to be really careful throughout the whole pandemic so far. We've not had covid in the family during the past 18 months, but we were asked to isolate on Friday, before our eldest daughter, who's 8, started feeling unwell on Saturday. Sunday she tested positive for Covid so it's been quite a shock!
Fortunately she's had no more than a headache and a bit of an ache all over, and the rest of us haven't got it (Laura and I tested negative thankfully).
It just goes to show, that even being careful, it's still possible so please stay safe out there as things continue to start back up again. I'd strongly encourage anyone to get their vaccine as I believe this is what's protected us so far.
There's plenty on around Hull again this week, with more gigs and activities than we've had in a long time. For the next 6 weeks, you won't be short of things to do and we'll do our usual best to keep you in the loop about everything going on around Hull.
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Events have been popping up all over Hull ever since the government’s relaxing of lockdown restrictions. We’ve found 10 brilliant events that are happening in Hull this week and we think you should know about them.
After their amazing return last month, Hull’s very own Comedy Lounge & The Stage Door are setting up for another side-splitting August with top notch comedians and music tributes from all over the country.
Finally, the summer holidays have arrived and lots of students can look forward to having time off for relaxing and recovering from a busy year. Plus, this is also the perfect time to go out and explore some great activities that will be fun for all of the family!
Given it’s extensive maritime and fishing history, it’s no surprise that Hull holds Fish and Chips very close to its heart.
On a cold winters day, or after work on a Friday night, what could be more comforting than a locally sourced, good quality portion of Fish and Chips? And the only place fit for the job is a chippy, an eatery specifically designed to provide customers with delicious and wholesome Fish and Chips at a reasonable price.
Here are the very finest chippies in and around Hull, establishments I urge you to visit whenever you’re in need of a warming meal at an affordable price.
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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