Hull is continuing to grow its reputation as a top destination for both domestic and international tourists with its visitor economy growing to £350m in 2019.
The Fruit Market has got a Halloween (Trick or) Treat for you this half term.
A couple of weeks ago we launched Dine Wednesdays, which celebrates the fantastic dining experiences that Hull City Centre has to offer. Presenting two courses for just £10 between 4pm and 9pm each Wednesday in October and November, the campaign has proved extremely popular with local residents and visitors alike.
Hull Truck Theatre have been successful in their application to secure Cultural Recovery Funding as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF).
The 800-year Hull Fair charter will still be honoured this year, despite the event not taking place.
Pepperells Solicitors have officially announced their incorporation of the corporate firm Millican Law in Newcastle. This strategic move allows Pepperells to continue its plans for growth and adds a sixth office to the company’s footprint.
A family fun trail which proved a summer success for businesses by attracting people into the city centre is back with a creepy but cute Halloween edition.
October will see three additional local independent businesses joining Princes Quay Shopping Centre.
A newcomer to Hull’s restaurant scene has relocated to a spacious new home only yards away from the place where it opened less than a year ago.