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The sun is finally out and it's the half-term holidays! There's no better excuse to take a time out this week and enjoy all of the great things we can finally do again!
If you're a parent looking for ideas to keep the kids entertained this week, then today's edition is going to be just for you as we have a ton of ideas for things to do around Hull. Even if you're kid-free, still check it out as there's plenty in there for big kids too!
Now for me, all pizza is perfect! But if you fancy treating yourself to something extra special, check out Hull's top rated pizzerias where that tomato-cheesy goodness is done to perfection 👌
And just to let you know what's going on around Hull right now... Hull's historic National Picture Theatre has finally been given the green light to be revamped into a heritage site and venue, more cycle lanes will be installed along major routes and yep, you guessed it... more 'rurd werks!'
But at least the sun is shining! Have a great week whatever you do!
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We are very lucky that this half term, we’ll have a lot more freedom to do that things we enjoy. Plus, with the warm weather, we’ll all be wanting to get out a bit! Here are a few things that you can do around Hull this half term…
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 ...
One of the things we’ve all been waiting for is for Hull’s cinemas to finally reopen! 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.
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...
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…
An easy going restaurant and cocktail bar on Newland Avenue has reopened its doors recently. New Lounge opened last Summer during the pandemic but like other bars and restaurants, have spent most of their time closed so far. They're back open and looking really good!
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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