Proving it’s more than a weekend, in 2021 Freedom Festival will present two internationally renowned performances prior to its annual September festival, with an uplifting spring programme starting in March.
The first payments are now being made under a new fund designed to help Hull businesses through coronavirus.
More than 350 applications have already been received for the Additional Restrictions Grant, set up to provide support to businesses hit by the pandemic.
This year has been, undoubtedly, the hardest year Jerry Green Dog Rescue has faced as a charity, in their nearly 60-year history. The projected financial loss due to the implications of the pandemic is simply devastating.
It is a special development in Hull’s residential regeneration which takes city-centre living to another level and after four years under construction, The Glass House in Queen’s Gardens is complete.
Residents are moving into the apartments and penthouses which will bring at least two-hundred and fifty people to live in the city centre.
Hull-based performance marketing agency, Diony appoints key roles at a pivotal stage of development – Ana Watts as Marketing Manager and David Lucas as Head of Strategy.
Hull Museums is celebrating the run-up to Christmas with a special digital advent calendar.
Hull Museums has teamed up with local artists and the Herd Theatre Company to create a digital advent calendar, packed full of fun and exciting treats inspired by its collections.
An East Yorkshire young entrepreneur who originally started his own luxury car detailing business from his garage has launched his second business venture, a facility providing a hotel and concierge service for prestige vehicles.
Following Harry Hall’s incredible success with Attention to Detail (ATD), which grew from a single garage to a 3,000sq ft state-of-the-art detailing studio in a single year.
An East Yorkshire musician has come out of retirement to write and record a lockdown-themed Christmas song to generate some light-hearted festive fun.
Grandfather John Dawson, from Cowden, near Hornsea, was a familiar face on the local music circuit for almost five decades as he performed to packed audiences at hundreds of pubs and clubs with his sixties covers band, Chapter Four, from the late 1960s.
Blab, East Yorkshire’s self-styled ‘fearless’ Creative Agency, is planning on rapid growth after a highly successful year with new accounts wins.
Backing this ambitious expansion plan involves moving to new premises, expanding their creative team and appointing Blab’s Founders’ former boss, Jonathan Leafe, as their Business Performance Coach.
Local housebuilder, Barratt Homes Yorkshire East, is celebrating the launch of its brand-new development, Fleet Green in Hessle, on Saturday 28th November.
Barratt Homes has revealed that the new development will contribute a total of almost £1.3m to support affordable housing, bus services, highways, infrastructure and recreational facilities in the local community.
Sewerby Hall and Gardens is to host the 56th edition of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition in 2021.
On loan from the Natural History Museum in London, the exhibition features 100 awe-inspiring images, featuring exceptional images which capture fascinating animal behaviour, spectacular species and the breathtaking diversity of the natural world.
Owning a home of our own is something most of us strive to achieve but getting there can be tricky – although help is available in the East Yorkshire village of Swanland.
There are still two homes available at Redrow’s Swanland Heights under the current Help to Buy scheme, which is open both to first-time buyers and those who are sold subject to contract.
Hull’s Young Mayor, Gabriela Surdyk, has launched Love Staying Safe, a campaign aimed at providing young people with practical tips and advice to stay safe on the streets.
The campaign follows on from Staying Safe Online earlier this year, helping young people to ensure they protect themselves online.
Work to refresh the cycle lanes in Beverley Road will begin on Monday 23 November.
Work will include rebranding the bus lanes and incorporating visible cycle lanes within the existing road network.
This year’s theme for Alcohol Awareness Week is alcohol and mental health.
The Alcohol and Drug Service delivers services as a part of the East Riding Partnership and Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust. They want to reinforce the message that help is available for anyone concerned about increased alcohol consumption, especially during the lockdown.
A new book on local history is being released just in time for Christmas by the Swanland Heritage Centre.
The book is a stroll through the village of Swanland, told through the eyes of one local woman – Elizabeth Dyson.
The team at a Yorkshire Wolds brewery has launched a range of cask conditioned beers for people to enjoy at home during the lockdown.
A range of Wold Top Brewery beers, including gluten-free options and a monthly seasonal special beer that is normally reserved for pubs, are now available. They can be purchased in 5 litre/8.7 pint mini casks.
Hull City Council has been awarded £1,035,500 for further cycling improvements.
This means that work to incorporate safer cycling routes in Holderness Road and Hessle Road can now begin.