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Hull City Council has today announced they have set out a significant ‘cost of living rescue package’ of measures in response to the cost of living emergency. The plans could include millions of pounds of vital support to local residents.
Also in the news this week, Bransholme and Kingswood will pilot the ‘Mini-Holland’ scheme in Hull. The two areas were identified as ideal locations for the project as there is the space to enhance the road network, offering the opportunity to encourage more people to use sustainable transport.
The full stories and more local news can be found below.
As the temperature continues to drop, we're thinking about keeping warm this autumn. That's why our local foodie Ben has picked out the perfect places for a carvery; the perfect end to a long week!
And how does a nice stroll around a nice warm gallery sound? Well we've highlighted some of the many up coming exhibitions happening in the city to get your culture fix.
As always we've rounded up the week's unmissable events which includes visits from Ne-Yo, Alan Carr, Glenn Moore, and Newton Faulkner.
Hull City Council has set out a significant ‘cost of living rescue package’ of measures in response to the cost of living emergency. The plans could include millions of pounds of vital support to local residents.
The Council has launched a dedicated telephone hotline, online hub and email address to help local residents access the help they need. These will connect local people with advice, information and support, including how to check they are claiming any benefits they are entitled to, food bank details, grants and more.
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A museum owner who has been scaring people in Hull for nearly 20 years is hoping to do a roaring trade when dinosaurs are let loose in the city centre next week.
Dino Day, which will be brought to the city by HullBID, will feature a comedy duo of cavemen in their cave kart, the terror of a Tyrannosaurus Rex, and an array of other exhibits on Saturday 24 September.
We're back again for another collection of our top events, and it's a week packed with theatre, music, and comedy. Don't miss Bat out of Hell, which will be leaving Hull New Theatre soon! Beverley Minster's Annual wedding fair will be held this Wednesday too. Big names such as NE-YO and Alan Carr will be visiting the Bonus Arena this week as well, so pick up your tickets before they sell out!
The carvery is one of Britain’s most beloved and cherished culinary institutions. Every Sunday thousands of families flock to their local establishment to receive cosy hospitality and hearty food in equal measure. Whether you’re nursing a bad hangover, or simply going out for a meal with family or friends, the carvery is capable of accommodating all that are lucky enough to pay a visit.
Hull and East Yorkshire is no stranger to incredible carveries. the local area is full of welcoming eateries that never fail to satisfy a hungry customer; Cauliflower Cheese, Yorkshire Puddings, Stuffing, and meat of every possible variety, the carvery is the perfect place to indulge guiltfree in some of the local area’s finest and most gratifying cuisine.
When I moved to Hull, I decided to take myself on a small excursion into the city centre and was immediately captured by its fascinating history and ever-curious present. Happily, I can now call the city centre my home and, fortunately, bear witness to many of its delights which include the Trinity Market, Hepworth Arcade, Marina, City Hall, and Old Town amongst many others. I hope that in this article, I can elucidate these delights and do this charming centre-piece of Hull justice with my words.
Hull is a cultural hub, celebrating art in all forms for all residents to enjoy. As the weather begins to cool down this autumn, why not seek warmth from inside the area’s premier galleries & venues and marvel over some fantastic exhibitions that are taking place. Here is what’s coming up this autumn…
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