Hull’s Role In Protecting Those At Sea Explored In New Exhibition

Hull’s Role In Protecting Those At Sea Explored In New Exhibition
’s Role In Protecting Those At Sea Explored In New Exhibition

An exhibition in will explore the role the city has played in supporting its seafaring community.

For those in Peril on the Sea will look at how, from the 18th century to the present day, efforts have been made to help seafarers and to improve their physical and moral welfare.

The free exhibition will run from Tuesday 8 October to Saturday 16 November at the History Centre.

The exhibition will draw upon the city’s archival collections and will feature an image gallery of digitised material to help tell the story.

Children will be able to find out what it was like to be a seafarer during the 19th century at a free event called All at Sea on Tuesday 29 October from 10am to 4pm.

continues to celebrate and honour its maritime heritage. The £27m : Yorkshire’s Maritime City project aims to restore several of ’s key maritime treasures and promote the city as a world-class visitor destination.

As part of the project, ’s iconic was recently moved for the first time in 20 years from its spot on the River and relocated to temporary storage at Alexandra Dock.

Councillor , chair of Hull Culture and Leisure, said: “Hull has a rich maritime heritage and a long, occasionally difficulty, relationship with the sea.

“As a city, we have fought to improve the plight of the seafaring community. This exhibition will honour the improvements and progress that has been made, as well as celebrate the invaluable work of campaigners.”

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