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Welcome back to another edition of our Weekly newsletter!
Hull is celebrating 100 years of Philip Larkin today with a series of exciting and innovative centenary events happening across the city and beyond. The celebration comes on what would have been his 100th birthday with the poet being born on 9 August 1922.
Also in the news this week, a local artist has begun her first ever residency at Hull city centre's Ferens Art Gallery. Erin Ledsom, a Future Ferens Young and Emerging Talent winner, is an embroidery artist from Hull and her colourful and textured work often draws inspiration from her hometown.
You can find the above news, and other local stories below.
In this week's issue we're celebrating the very best of the area's Italian restaurants. Our local foodie Ben has highlighted Hull & East Yorkshire's top rated Italian eateries who are serving up some delicious pasta, pizza and seafood dishes.
Also this week, we sent our adopted Hullensian Liam out to Flamborough Head to discover why it's the perfected location for a fantastic summer's day out for Hull families. His guide includes how to get there, what to do, and a fantastic insight into the area's fascinating history!
And if you're planning on winning this week's Euromillions, then we've got you covered with a breakdown of the area's most extravagant dream homes that are currently on the market.
As always, we also have a breakdown of this week's biggest and best events happening across the city including the return of Humber Street Sesh this weekend.
Catch you next week!
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Every Thursday we have entertainers in-store, from face painters to balloon modelling, a chance to help Ele the Elephant raise funds for Hull and East Yorkshire Mind and animal handling with Creature Ark!
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 an exciting week in hull with Humber Street Sesh on the horizon! Leading up to it we have a selection of other events too as usual! Theatrical productions like Alice In Wonderland, musical productions such as Gabrielle, indoor & outdoor events such as Hull Brickfest 2022 and Beverly Racecourse’s Ladies day, and more!
Comedy Lounge Hull – the city’s only dedicated comedy club is looking forward to another hilarious season of stand-up.
Comedy Lounge, which is located on George Street, have gathered top comedians from across the country to make this summer one of their funniest yet. On the bill is some of the scene’s best talent including Sam Harland, Justin Panks, and Alex Boardman.
There’s plenty of good reasons as to why Italian food is so popular in Britain. There is always something for everyone, whether you fancy pasta, pizza, seafood, or even steak. Italian restaurants are also the perfect place to bring the family: friendly staff, generous prices, and above all, delicious food.
Fortunately Hull and East Yorkshire is home to tonnes of amazing Italian restaurants and eateries, with each one bringing something new and exciting to the local area. For your guidance, here are some of Hull and East Yorkshire’s top rated Italian restaurants.
Hull and East Yorkshire are both full of dream homes and this week I was tasked with picking a few out for you to see. Now, they can be a little bit pricey; although, the Euromillions jackpot is £33 million this week so, if you strike lucky, you might just find yourself hitching up in one sometime soon.
Theme parks are full of fun and adventure, all the things young children love. And with it being hard to escape the country for a holiday abroad right now, and with UK holiday parks now at a premium, fun days out might be your best bet for quality family time this summer.
I had the good fortune to visit Flamborough Head this weekend and it struck me as the perfect situation for a Hull day-out this summer.
Situated on the east coast of Yorkshire, Flamborough Head is a site of geological significance and provides nesting sites for thousands of seabirds every year; unsurprisingly, this makes it extremely aesthetically pleasing and a place of awe as well as wonder.
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