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It's the day after the day after the night before! If you're like me, you probably woke up gutted yesterday thinking what might have been for England. A good day yesterday though means I'm feeling much more positive today, especially knowing a summer of events is just around the corner.
The final step of lockdown restrictions will ease up from Monday. Unfortunately (and I don't mean to get political here) it looks like the government have left it up to us to manage this next wave of covid. Don't get me wrong, it will be amazing to have things back to normal, but we'll still have to be careful.
One way to help you and others is, of course, to get fully vaccinated if you can. Pop up vaccination clinics are in Hull now (link at the bottom) and I've heard that you can walk into Hull City Hall if you haven't had your first dose yet - so no appointment or waiting. Good hey? Anyway, I'd strongly encourage it.
If you're ready to get out and about, then this is the newsletter for you. We've got picturesque walks, tech-assisted heritage trails and afternoon teas! Plus news about gigs and just generally what's going on around Hull right now.
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High-quality hospice care including family bereavement support, therapy sessions and music therapy are just some of the ways in which donations to the Electricals Re-use Shop has helped local families.
One of the best things about living in Hull is that we’re surrounded by beautiful, picturesque countryside. With summer here and the holidays ahead, now’s the perfect time to escape and get some fresh air while exploring some incredible scenery. These walks in East Yorkshire are some of the best we’ve found…
The Adelphi have been putting on a great selection of events pre and post lockdown. And now that the legal lockdown restrictions are being eased, the legendary music venue has now more room to manoeuvre, allowing Hull’s explosive music scene to shine on the road to national recovery. Here’s some of the events happening next month at The Adelphi that we’re excited about…
Ever since its conception, Bonus Arena has been attracting huge acts from across the country, and even the globe. We’ve rounded up some of the biggest and the best events taking place this year at Hull’s Bonus Arena so you don’t miss out.
We all need a good laugh, especially after the year we’ve all had. Well it’s good to know then that Hull’s only dedicated comedy club is back open on George Street in Hull city centre. And they’ve got a fantastic line-up ready to go this July...
Is there any culinary occasion more quintessentially British than afternoon tea? With it’s wealth of crumbly scones, delicately shaped finger sandwiches, and of course, tea, afternoon tea is something of a national institution, securing the admiration of countless foodies over the years.
We live in an area culturally renowned for it’s love of tea, boasting a number of cafes, tea rooms, and eateries that offer the unique, exciting experience that is afternoon tea. For your guidance, here are the very best afternoon teas on offer in and around Hull & East Yorkshire.
Newland Avenue is a cultural hub, full to the brim with restaurants, cafes, and bars, as well as a range of different shops. You could spend a whole day eating, drinking, and shopping without even needing to leave the avenue.
Besides being an important cultural site for Hull, our Marina is full of alluring and interesting maritime history. It's also full of brilliant places to eat and drink. With its quaint cobbled streets and impressive views, the Marina is amongst Hull’s finest places to eat, drink, or simply explore.
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