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The long weekend is finally upon us as the country looks to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee and in Hull there a shedload of fantastic events for you to have yourself a royally good time. The Humber Platinum Jubilee Flotilla is the highlight and will see a flotilla of 70 boats gathering on the River Humber. Check out the full list here >>
With June just being around the corner, we can finally start looking forward to the beginning of summer. And with the sun rays comes new opportunities to get out and enjoy our great city. One way of doing that would be to check out the growing number of new eateries that have opened in the area. Luckily our local foodie Ben has made a list of the most exciting new places to eat across the city so you can find Hull's freshest flavours a little easier.
Speaking of getting out and enjoying summer; Liam is continuing to Love Local and is giving you a breakdown on the area's independent garden centres so you can break out those green fingers all season long.
And as always we've got a breakdown of local news including the appointment of Hull's 109th Lord Mayor and Admiral of the Humber, Councillor Christine Randall who was installed at a ceremony at the Guildhall last week.
Enjoy the long weekend!
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Hull FC and Hull KR have teamed up with the local NHS to run free wellbeing sessions for men and women looking to get back into fitness.
Perfect for anyone who has taken their eye off the ball with their health and fitness, Match Fit, Unite Fitness and Food for Thought offer a varied programme of fitness activities under the guidance of qualified personal trainers and coaches.
Acredited with Hull City Council, John Ainsley can buy any house quickly for cash. Get a free valuation within 48 hours and take the hassle out of selling your house. He'll do all the paperwork and even pay your solicitors costs.
Organisers of a spectacular Platinum Jubilee flotilla and flypast have revealed plans to apply the finishing touch to the celebrations by flying the Union Flag from two of the highest points in the region.
The Magical Museum Member Schools is a membership scheme Hull Museums run to support Hull schools with increased access to Hull Museums and the Ferens Art Gallery, providing added value and exclusive opportunities.
Hull City Council has announced that it will be backing a national project to support Ukrainian women entrepreneurs as part of a programme that will see women entrepreneurs from war-torn Ukraine relocate to the UK.
The UK’s largest manufacturer of touring caravans, motorhomes and holiday homes has pledged its support to a charity on its doorstep which is transforming detection techniques for serious medical conditions.
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 a jubilant week here in Hull, as free events celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee fill the weekend with activity. The Humber Platinum Jubilee Flotilla on Thursday is one of the most impressive events, a flotilla of 70 boats gathering on the River Humber for the Beacon lighting at 9.45 pm. Smaller events fill the weekend out, with activities, workshops, exhibits, performances and more, so get out and enjoy the Jubilee festivities!
Sewerby Hall and Gardens will host the 57th edition of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition. On loan from the Natural History Museum in London, the exhibition features exceptional images which capture fascinating animal behaviour, spectacular species and the breathtaking diversity of the natural world.
With more than 150 shows this summer, Bridlington Spa has released details of their summer season.
A host of top acts are heading to the Yorkshire coast over the summer season, with names such as Rag’n’Bone Man, McFly, The Kooks, James Arthur, Gabrielle and The Enemy all confirmed between June and September
Neo-blues & soul singer Rory Graham, aka Rag’n’Bone Man, is coming to Bridlington Spa this June!
His 2021 sophomore album, ‘Life by Misadventure’ was released on 7 May 2021 was preceded by two singles: “All You Ever Wanted” and “Anywhere Away from Here”, a duet with American singer Pink. The album debuted at number one.
Summer is finally here and with it comes the opportunity of visiting some of Hull and East Yorkshire's finest new eateries and restaurants, and with the current string of amazing weather there's no better time for sitting outside with family and friends to eat, drink, and socialise. The local area's culinary landscape is constantly changing, allowing locals to sample all kinds of new and unique food and drink, courtesy of Hull and East Yorkshire's exciting, newly opened establishments.
Got a special occasion coming up, or just feeling fancy? With the sun starting to come out in the wake of summer, 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.
Sometimes when you’re going for a meal out, you want to eat the absolute maximum of food you possibly can. Luckily, here in Hull & East Yorkshire there are a plethora of fantastic all-you-can-eat restaurants that are ready to serve en masse.
As part of the continued Love Local series, the focus, this time, is on independent garden centres which, as the summer starts to make its presence known, will, likely, become places of great interest for the green-fingered amongst us. Therefore, this article presents five independent must-see garden centres in Hull and East Yorkshire.
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