Some of the UK’s legends of LEGO will be in Hull this weekend to showcase their amazing skills with an array of everything from landscapes, palaces and castles to cars, planes, boats and trains.
Summer is officially here and what better way to celebrate than with a rum cocktail - made with rum you’ve created yourself?
Licensees of two city centre pubs are taking centre stage to bring an array of top tipples to Hull with the inaugural Theatre Quarter Beer and Cider Festival.
The last day of the Festival of Archaeology concludes with a celebration of the archaeology in Hull. There will be guided tours, exhibitions, and talks.
Street acts will be performing on King Edward Street, Jameson Street, Queen Victoria Square, Whitefriargate, Trinity Square and Humber Street at various times throughout each Saturday until 14th August (between the hours of 11am-4pm).
A small team of volunteers are delivering a maritime themed guided tour, showcasing Hull’s historic maritime sites around the city centre.
The number of people in Hull claiming unemployment benefit has fallen for a fourth consecutive month, according to the latest figures.
Hull Museums are looking forward to being able to welcome more visitors to their sites during the summer, while still making the safety of visitors and museum staff a priority.
An annual charity golf day, sponsored by Pepperells Solicitors, has raised over £5,000 for Cancer Research UK.