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The UK heatwave has certainly made its way to Hull, with temperatures predicted to hit between 28 and 32 degrees Celsius throughout the week. Whilst this weather is enticing to get out and enjoy the sun, Hull's health leaders have urged people to take care during this time. Read here >>
If there's one way to enjoy the sunshine (responsibly), it would be one of Hull's spectacular rooftop café bars. Our man with his ear to the food, Ben, has highlighted the best rooftop hangouts to enjoy fine food, delicious drinks, and some of the best views the city has to offer. Make sure you slather on that sun cream though (factor 50 for me please).
Another way to enjoy the weather this week would be a trip to Hull's bustling Avenues which boast a large range of shopping, eateries, and amazing views. Our adopted Hullensian, Liam, has created an area guide to the stylish avenues with recommendations on were to eat, drink, party, shop, and walk.
The perfect way to cool down this week would be to visit one of the area's incredible indoor waterparks. We've picked out 7 fantastic waterparks, decked out with huge pools, indoor slides, and inflatables, ideal for the upcoming summer holidays to keep the little ones entertained.
Also in this issue, we're checking out some of the area's dream family homes for those looking for a larger property, or those who just like to window shop (me included).
And as always, we've got a roundup of the week's local news as well as a guide to the biggest and best events happening across the city this week.
Stay safe, drink plenty of water, and respect the sun.
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An authentic Japanese sushi bar, Oishii Ne Asian Food Co., has opened inside Hull’s Paragon Arcade, following a successful stint as a pop-up within the city centre shopping arcade.
Tom Would, the owner of Oishii Ne Asian Food Co. has taken on the venue full-time, giving the unit an entire makeover with an authentic-look, so local sushi fans can have a permanent place to get their fix.
Tribute nights are back at The Village - Enjoy all the Summer Anthems from the past 4 decades at Village Hotel's Soundtrack of the Summer Party Night. Tickets include a delicious 2 course dinner and floor filling hits from their resident DJ.
Sharkeys is an iconic Hull bar. From its relaxed and welcoming decorations to its exciting sports bar area Sharkeys has something for everyone. Food served until 7pm and the return of its famous Triples for Singles and unique cocktails.
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.
The heat keeps building in Hull and there would be nothing worse than wasting weather like this! So to encourage you to get out and enjoy the sun, we've put together our weekly list of events throughout Hull and East Yorkshire.
For those wanting to dine in style and class, there is no better option than a rooftop bar! Offering lucky customers expansive and stunning vistas of the bustling city, outstanding service, and an incomparable sense of relaxation and ease, it's no wonder that cities and towns all over England are inducting greater numbers of roof top bars year by year.
The Avenues is a delightful amalgamation of a high-status residential housing area; a popular commercial high street; and a ‘studentville’ high street adorned by commercial and late-night venues. I can happily boast that three years of my life were spent living here all of which were equally eventful, enjoyable, and enriching; notably, many of my fondest memories include rambling along the many trails and chronicled streets that exist in the area.
Family homes are often the centrepiece of a nuclear family’s world and—done right—they will stand as a beacon of memories and positive emotions for the rest of a child’s and indeed a parent’s life. Happily, Hull is chock-full of family homes and it is the purpose of this article to present five properties that can be considered as such.
The Summer holidays are approaching fast, so it's time for parents and grandparents around Hull to start prepping for ways to keep the little ones happy over the 6-week break. Swimming is always a big hit during the hot weather, and with these indoor water parks around Yorkshire - all around an hour's drive away from Hull - it certainly gives you better options for the you and the kids.
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