People who’ve been out of work long-term face multiple barriers to employment. Accessing services, learning new skills, gaining qualifications and engaging in employment opportunities helps to remove those barriers.
With a shared vision to make HU6 a great place to live, a charity is creating opportunities for residents of North Hull Estate through its Flying Start and Business Advisory projects.
Vue Hull is encouraging couples to have a cosy date night this Valentine’s Day with a range of new and classic films as well as big-screen theatre productions, giving lovebirds a range of great stories to get lost in.
Following new research from Vue and University College London, it has been revealed that as viewers watch a film, their heart rates become more closely aligned, often beating in unison.
Save the date for the most colourful day of the year: Pride in Hull will be back on July 25, 2020 – with pop icon Louise and RuPaul’s DragRace UK finalist Divina De Campo the first big-name acts to be revealed.
Pride in Hull, the free and inclusive one-day celebration of the LGBT+ community, will be returning to Queens Gardens for its 19th outing on July 25 with a line-up that once again features something for everyone.
Lots of fun is to be found this February as the Sewerby Squirrels sessions will take place at Sewerby Hall and Gardens.
The sessions – held for under 5s and their grown-ups on Mondays during term time (from 10-11.30am) – are based on seasonal events, Edwardian life and Sewerby Hall exhibits. They all include books to read, a sensory area and a quiet corner – plus themed activities.
Visitors to Vue Hull will be unleashing their inner dancers as the powerful Riverdance comes to the big screen in celebration of its 25th anniversary.
The dance extravaganza, which originated as a Eurovision interval act, hits screens for the first time as the special gala performance is filmed where it all began at 3Arena Dublin. Fans are able to see the show at Vue Hull for a truly remarkable experience.
Emma Hardy MP has signed the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment.
In doing so she pledged her commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day and honouring those who were murdered during the Holocaust as well as paying tribute to the extraordinary Holocaust survivors who work tirelessly to educate young people today.
Staff, clients and visitors at a business centre in Hull have launched the final push in their campaign to collect unwanted Christmas presents in support of Dove House Hospice.
The team at The Deep Business Centre are urging members of the public to join them in the effort to donate as many items as possible by the end of this month to help Dove House build a stock of prizes for raffles and tombolas.
The Yorkshire division of national homebuilder, Bellway Homes says its on-going sales success in Swanland proves its 2019 claim that the East Riding is the north of England’s new property hotspot.
Emma Fitton-Cook, Bellway Yorkshire’s sales manager, explained: “Bellway has a long history of success in the East Riding, going back as far as the Victoria Dock redevelopment in the later 1980s / early 1990s, but over the last 18-months we’ve been selling new homes nearly as fast as we can build them.”
Hull city centre will be lit up this month with an enchanting and spectacular three-day event, celebrating the city’s rich maritime heritage.
Navigate, featuring mesmerising sculptures and outdoor exhibits from the acclaimed Kazimier team, will celebrate the start of the Hull: Yorkshire’s Maritime City project and take place from Thursday 30 January until Saturday 1 February, from dusk until 9pm each evening.