Chameleon Business Interiors – the interior design, fit-out and furnishing specialist – has transformed a 19th-century building at Hull’s oldest independent school – Hymers College – balancing contemporary and classic design to create a fresh, welcoming new space.
Hull-based personal trainers and fitness instructors are invited to set up classes for residents of The Glass House at the onsite gym.
Iguana Developments converted the former Police Station in Queen’s Gardens into ninety-four apartments and penthouses which are due for completion within the coming weeks.
Hull residents who have lost income as a result of self-isolation are being urged to check if they are eligible for a new £500 payment.
People in the UK now have a legal duty to self-isolate if they test positive for Covid-19 or are contacted by NHS Test and Trace.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has completed on the acquisition of 145 affordable homes from Your Housing Group under a stock transfer agreement.
The homes, 129 of which are for rent and 16 for shared ownership, will transfer to the council, along with the tenants and leaseholders, whose statutory rights remain unaffected.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council brought its vital 3 Steps To Safety messages to Bridlington beach.
Yorkshire-based sand artist James Brunt created a giant piece of sand art on the beach in front of Bridlington Spa.
Hull Museums has received a £145,692 grant from the government’s Cultural Recovery Fund.
Hull Museums is one of 1,385 arts and cultural organisations that are receiving a share of £257m as part of the first round of the Culture Recovery Fund grants programme being administered by Arts Council England.
An exciting new pilot scheme to encourage and support communities and residents to be physically, mentally and socially active has launched on a trial basis in four towns in the East Riding. Hopes are high that local residents will get involved and improve their wellbeing in Active Towns.
Active Towns sees East Riding of Yorkshire Council working closely in the community with residents and local clubs, groups and organisations to expand their community resources and help to develop wellbeing activities with residents.
Parents who had their babies during lockdown are being encouraged to come forward and register their births as soon as possible.
Over 100 new families whose children were born between February and June, under the care of Hull Women and Children’s hospital have not yet obtained a birth certificate.
The 800 year Hull Fair charter will still be honoured this year, despite the event not taking place.
On the official date of the ancient agreement, Sunday 11 October, a single children’s ride will be situated in Hull city centre.
Hull City Council has appointed Pauline Turner as the new permanent Director of Children’s Services.
Pauline will take over from Niki Clemo, who has been interim Director for the past eight months, at the end of the year.
Nick Gifford, 52 from Scarcroft in Leeds, had been working as an airline captain for 13 years before the pandemic hit. He lost his job as flights were grounded across the world.
Nick, the father of two, is now training to collect convalescent plasma as NHS Blood and Transplant urgently calls for more people who have had the coronavirus to donate convalescent plasma in Leeds.
An exhibition to mark Black History Month is taking place in Hull’s Old Town.
The exhibition will run from Saturday 17 October until Saturday 31 October, merging themes of migration, inclusivity and community.
Hull City Council is bringing an enforcement action against bars, pubs, restaurants and takeaways that remain open after the 10pm curfew.
The government brought in strict rules last month announcing that hospitality businesses had to close at 10pm as part of plans to limit the spread of coronavirus. Takeaways can still deliver food until 5am, but they cannot have any customers on their premises.
Lost City Adventure Golf is asking the people of Hull to create their very own Hull-inspired cocktail, with the winning entry set to land a spot on the new adventure golf course’s bespoke cocktail menu.
The lucky winner of the competition, which can be entered via the Lost City Adventure Golf Facebook page, will also receive four free tickets to the golf course and complimentary pizza and cocktails to try out their winning concoction.
Christine Walker, Litter Picking Coordinator for the Swanland Village Association organises a team of over 40 volunteers, young and young at heart, who participate in weekly litter pickings in the centre of Swanland village.
Last month, as part of the Keep Britain Tidy September Clean, a team of around 20 carried out a village-wide litter pick, which they do twice per year, collecting 14 bags of litter in total from the hedges and verges around the village. One volunteer has also collected, over time, a disappointing 145 cigarette butts.
NHS workers across Hull have received over £300k towards a deposit on their dream home.
This is thanks to the Barratt Developments NHS Deposit Contribution Scheme, which was launched by the housebuilder on 23 May.
Hospital staff in Hull are to benefit from a £130,000 health and wellbeing facility thanks to the support of local people and NHS Charities Together.
Earlier this year, individuals and community groups pulled out all the stops to thank staff for working through the Covid-19 pandemic at both Castle Hill Hospital and Hull Royal Infirmary.
Businesses in Hull are being urged to implement new measures to help stop and control the spread of coronavirus.
The government has launched the NHS’s Covid-19 contact-tracing app, which allows people to register and ‘check-in’ when they visit a business.