Queensway Properties have completed the external rendering of Grade II listed Garden Village Shopping Centre, the UK’s first renovation project to receive approval for this type of work from local Councillors.
Following concerns the building was going to rack and ruin, directors of Queensway Properties have worked with local councillors to agree on a solution to overhaul parts of the external brickwork which had crumbled away, creating damp inside the property and leaving parts of it uninhabitable.
New events at Sewerby Hall and Gardens are being launched in June. Museum Mondays on the first Monday of the month will be followed by Inside Out events on the second Monday.
Museum Mondays will be illustrated talks or handling sessions linked to the Hall, the museum or its collections. The first event, on Monday, 3 June, in the Orangery from 1.30pm to 3pm, will be about ‘Battlefield Butlers’, the unusual story of soldier servants of World War One.
Hull has been named as the only city in Yorkshire to host a screening of the Royal Ballet’s adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, live from the Royal Opera House.
On Tuesday 11 June at 7pm, Trinity Square will be filled with 600 seats and people are being invited to come along for free with a picnic and watch Kenneth MacMillan’s celebrated ballet Romeo and Juliet, alongside a live audience at Covent Garden’s Royal Opera House and other screenings across the country.
Local people caught in the trap of expensive legal fees, and limited access to legal aid, are being successfully helped by a local legal eagle, David T. Wade.
Mr Wade, whose Student at Law business operates across the Humber, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire, supports clients in Hull, Goole, Grimsby, Scunthorpe, Selby and York as well as serving others across the UK.
Hull’s award-winning international Freedom Festival, an established fixture on the national and international cultural calendar. It will return for its 12th year in 2019 with an extended and audacious arts programme spanning five days.
In an extraordinary celebration of art, community and humanity, artists and audiences from Hull and around the world will once again converge on the city, transforming it into a world of wonder, to feast upon a world-class programme of art and a festival as unique as the city to which it is anchored.
A woman from Hull has been fined £200 after a man she hired through Facebook to take away her rubbish dumped it near Skirlaugh.
A streetscene enforcement officer from East Riding of Yorkshire Council was called to investigate a report of fly-tipping found in a layby off the A165 between Skirlaugh and Coniston on 9 April this year.
Following the initial workshop releases, ArtWaves Festival is proud to be unveiling the full programme for the fifth visual arts event returning to Bridlington Spa on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 June, with the ArtWaves Fringe commencing on Monday 17 June.
This year’s event will be the biggest visual art showcase yet, bringing traditional, digital, contemporary and urban art through a vibrant programme curated for all; from the experienced artist to those simply looking to get creative.