As COVID-19 forced the UK to a halt, one local teenager was determined to remain active during such uncertain times and captured the silent streets of Hull as never seen before.
A new Safer Hull Pod has arrived in Queen Victoria Square to provide people with support from a range of agencies.
The arrival of four new businesses has taken a Victorian arcade in Hull city centre to capacity for the first time in more than 30 years.
More than 60 city centre cafes, bars and restaurants are planning to dish up some big discounts for diners as part of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme which runs throughout August.
City Group X is a boutique fitness experience located inside the K2 Tower on Bond Street. Having closed its doors for the lockdown, it has now reopened thanks to a variety of new measures that make it a safe space for the whole family.
The Government's Eat Out to Help Out scheme starts on Monday, and city centre businesses have been quick to sign up and take advantage of the initiative to get people into their restaurants, cafes, pubs and bars.
You can have monster levels of fun in Hull city centre for the next two months as shops and food outlets have joined forces to create a children’s story trail which offers a scary amount of entertainment for families and helps to raise money for NHS charities.
Oresome Jewellery is celebrating its 10th birthday on Humber Street as well as a move to new beginnings. Join them on Saturday 15th August to celebrate this landmark birthday.
Hotham’s Gin School & Distillery in Hull were confirmed this week as Finalists at the VisitEngland Awards for Excellence 2020.