Hull’s best-loved buildings will be lit up in green in support of national healthcare and first aid charity St John Ambulance on Thursday 24 June for St John’s Day.
As part of the ongoing regeneration of the Fruit Market, a number of improvements will take place from 21 June, so that it is in keeping with the rest of the area’s public realm transformation.
Wykeland Group is supporting Hull Truck Theatre to stage an exciting open-air production of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet at the stunning Stage @TheDock venue in Hull’s Fruit Market.
'We all need to play our part’, that’s the message from Hull City Council as restrictions are lifted and more people visit the city’s shops, bars and restaurants.
The iconic City of Culture volunteering programme has received funding for a further three years from Spirit of 2012.
The It Must Be Hull Campaign will invite local, regional and national visitors to rediscover Hull.
Hull’s Trinity Market, home to a range of independent and creative businesses, is at full capacity for the first time in its 117-year history.
An organisation which has been providing a loans and savings lifeline for families for 21 years has marked the milestone by publishing its first social impact report.
Legal issues around the growing trend towards flexible working will come under the spotlight during a free advice session as part of Humber Business Week.