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This week we're thinking with our stomachs, and our stomachs are thinking...PIZZA. Who doesn't love pizza? Hull certainly does with the city playing host to an abundance of fantastic pizzerias serving some of the freshest 'za available; whether it be Italian, American, or stone-baked. I've personally put together a list of the city's highest rated and much loved pizza places so you can grab a slice or two.
Also in this week's edition, our lifestyle writer Liam found himself in Bransholme's North Point Shopping Centre a few weekends ago. Feeling inspired by his time there, he has written a brief guide to the area through his unique out-of-towner perspective.
Hull's city centre is becoming a trendy place to settle down for both young professionals and families alike. To meet this demand for housing, cool & unique apartments have cropped up across the city centre, offering modern and stylish living in the heart of Hull. Liam has knocked up an article showcasing some of the coolest apartments you may not have even heard of.
And as always, Ian has selected some of the biggest and best events happening across the city this week with the highlight being the arrival of the smash-hit production of Les Miserables at Hull New Theatre.
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A new vision for the Humber region has been revealed to give the public a glimpse into how Hull’s biggest regeneration proposal in a generation will turn the area into a must-visit destination and one where people love to live.
The latest phase of the project has been developed by the Lagoon Hull team to provide a greater understanding of how the vision will become a reality and provide a sneak peek into what people can expect from the proposed eight-mile causeway.
A brand-new home showroom from MKM, the UK’s leading independent builders’ merchant, will be opening its doors in Hull on Saturday 18th of June with an open day for locals from across the city to enjoy.
Acredited with Hull City Council, John Ainsley can buy any house quickly for cash. Get a free valuation within 48 hours and take the hassle out of selling your house. He'll do all the paperwork and even pay your solicitors costs.
Subject to planning approval, Smith+Nephew has announced it will build a new research and development and manufacturing facility for its Advanced Wound Management franchise at Wykeland’s Melton West business park in East Yorkshire.
Local Hull-based bus company, East Yorkshire, is bringing back its “Chatty Bus”, a project that aims to raise awareness of loneliness and social isolation in society during Loneliness Awareness Week next week.
Hull's epic state-of-the-art indoor adventure golf course - Located inside St Stephen’s, intrepid explorers of all ages can ‘putt’ their skills to the test on two separate 18-hole, rainforest-themed indoor adventure golf courses.
It's looking to be a warm and sunny week in Hull, and we've got a collection of events and shows to help you get out and enjoy Hull! During the day, activities such as the Hotham's Rum School, Trinity House Tour, and the Falklands 40th Commemorative Service keep you busy, with shows such as Les Misérables and the Mrs Brown D'live Show Encore Tour serving to entertain you during the afternoon. Afterwards, Sharkey's Grand Opening event offers a great way to spend your evening out.
Sharkeys is back and so are trebles for singles from 7pm-9pm every night along with 2-4-1 on cocktails Sunday to Thursday and if THAT isn’t enough you can also catch our free pool Sunday – Thursday as well! We’ll be doing food from 11am-7pm Monday – Fridays with a range of food from small bites to your favourite pub classics. Keep an eye out for live music events and even our infamous rock and metal nights on our social medias, we have so many more exciting things ahead and cant wait to share it all with you!
Those attending will have the chance to try out a wide range of activities and sports, support local clubs taking part in football and rugby matches, and find out more about what’s going on in Beverley.
With more than 150 shows this summer, Bridlington Spa has released details of their summer season.
A host of top acts are heading to the Yorkshire coast over the summer season, with names such as Rag’n’Bone Man, McFly, The Kooks, James Arthur, Gabrielle and The Enemy all confirmed between June and September
A writer, communicator and strategist who guided the Labour party through three general election victories launched a withering attack on Boris Johnson and his government when he spoke at Humber Business Week.
Value garden centre group Cherry Lane is celebrating its 21st anniversary. A month of events, activities and special treats are planned at the local garden centre in Beverley as the business marks this milestone.
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 and they’re serving up the freshest ‘za everyday. Here’s our picks for Hull’s best pizzerias…
With all the mayhem and festivities of the Platinum Jubilee having now finished, there’s no better time than now for winding down and relaxing by indulging in some of Hull and East Yorkshire’s best food, made even better by some amazing offers!
Summer is finally here and with it comes the opportunity of visiting some of Hull and East Yorkshire's finest new eateries and restaurants, and with the current string of amazing weather there's no better time for sitting outside with family and friends to eat, drink, and socialise.
Several weekends ago, I spent the majority of my Saturday in Bransholme’s North Point Shopping Centre courtesy of my girlfriend’s, unfortunately, pressing need to attend the nearby Urgent Treatment Centre. Now, as an out-of-towner, I must admit to having heard less than desirable comments made against Bransholme, and honestly, I was unsure what to expect. However, I can happily report that my time in Bransholme—albeit, restricted to North Point—was well-spent and thoroughly enjoyed; therefore, it is my dearest hope that this article can do justice to this oft-unsung suburb of Hull.
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