A free festival which attracted fans of live music into city centre pubs when it was launched in September promises to deliver more of the same when it returns for a second run this weekend.
With the festive season fast approaching, Trinity Market is set to gift a free exciting and magical event to the people of Hull.
Swap the mundane for the magical, as The Lost City Adventure Golf in Hull partners with SpeedDater to host an unprecedented speed dating night on Thursday 2 November.
The Hulloween Steampunk Festival is heading back to East Yorkshire with the promise of more weird, wacky and wonderful experiences for all the family and the hope that the excitement around the event will help to secure a top tourism award.
Food lovers in Hull will soon be able to sample a new eatery after Mirha Enterprises received Levelling Up Funding.
The recent part two of Hull Business – Your Future has been hailed a huge success, with over 130 businesses from the city attending The Guildhall.
New road safety measures are a step closer after Hull City Council awarded a contract to design schemes to improve Lowgate, in the Old Town, and the A165.
Ferens Art Gallery is delighted to announce its new artist in residence; Norwich-based artist Anna Brass.
Leader of Hull City Council, Cllr Mike Ross has welcomed a huge £19.35 million funding boost for the city as he met with Levelling Up Minister Jacob Young MP alongside the council’s chief executive, Matt Jukes, and Hull & East Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership chair, James Newman OBE.
The John Cracknell Youth Enterprise Bank (JCYEB) has issued its 1,000th grant. Jessica Ware, of Hull-based Jesy's Jewellery, was part of Hull City Council’s Making Changes for Careers Programme (MC4C).