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Great to be back with you this week for another edition. I hope you're doing well.
Last night's announcement from Boris means it's looking more likely than ever that restrictions will be lifted on 19th July. Although it's good news, I must admit, I'm a little apprehensive about restrictions easing up suddenly, especially with cases still rising. But the good news is that the vaccine rollout is speeding up and you can now get a vaccine in Hull without an appointment! So I'd strongly encourage you to get your vaccine booked in as soon as you can.
And more good news is that events are finally back on! And there are some really great ones to kick it all off again this month. Make sure you check out the Top 13 we've picked out that are taking place this July.
Art and photography exhibitions are also back. We've picked out some of the best ones you should see this Summer.
And if it's great coffee you love, look no further than our round up of local coffee shops you should check out soon!
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Little Monkeys, the indoor soft play centre which is part of Hull’s Active+ sports and leisure facility has partnered with Evoke Technologies, FootyTots and Aim Higher to provide a fun filled day for SEND children and their families.
This summer, we are finally able to get out and explore the museums and galleries that have been closed for so long. For those who enjoy visual arts, or those who want to discover different kinds of art and artists, here are some of the best art and photography exhibitions around Hull this summer.
It’s official, lockdown restrictions are due to end on 19th July. Just in time for some amazing events happening around Hull. We’ve picked out the best events taking place around Hull this month; record fairs, live music, comedy shows and live theatre!
It’s going to be one Hull of a month for all ages!
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...
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...
Coffee is one of Britain’s most consumed and beloved refreshments, with some studies suggesting that it may even outrank tea in terms of popularity. As a result of this national obsession, the towns and cities like Hull and East Yorkshire boasts a number of brilliant coffee shops, all of which are able to accommodate a thirsty customer in any mood. Check out these 5 that we think you should try out this Summer...
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.
After months of rain and strict lockdown measures summer is finally here, and with it, the exciting opportunity of trying out some of Hull’s newest restaurants and eateries.
The newly founded establishments featured are a testimony to Hull’s growing culinary and cultural diversity, with each one bringing something new and alluring to the local area. For all dedicated foodie’s determined to try out the newest flavours and trends that Hull has to offer, here are 5 new places to eat in Hull this summer.
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