A major refurb of the city’s biggest boxing club will see Hull City Council funding £865,000 towards a new roof and lift.
St Paul’s Boxing Academy in North Church Side, which has produced a string of champions including Luke Campbell and Tommy Coyle in its 70-year history, will undergo a huge refit to its main gym and facilities.
Hull City Council has been announced as Tech Week Humber’s headline partner for the second year in a row.
Last year’s Tech Expo Humber event at the Bonus Arena was the first of its kind in the region, attracting 2,000 people over a two-day period and reaching a 1.5 million people through PR and social media.
Since opening its doors on the Bridgehead Business Park, Hessle, in June 2018, the ergo business centre has continued to flourish and 2020 is shaping up to be a big year.
The centre, which is run by East Riding of Yorkshire Council in partnership with the University of Hull’s Aura Innovation Centre, is aimed at the growing renewable energy and environmental technology sectors.
Fans of Fleetwood Mac and other musical heroes have the show of a lifetime in-store at Vue Hull.
Legendary drummer Mick Fleetwood enlisted an all-star cast at The London Palladium in honour of Fleetwood Mac co-founder Peter Green in February and the performance will be shown on the big screen at Vue Hull in June.
New for 2020, Coastal Farmers Markets are coming to Bridlington on the third Saturday of every month, starting on Saturday, 21 March.
Located on the South Promenade between the RNLI building and Bridlington Spa, and open from 9am – 2pm, the Farmers Markets will feature a large number of local food, beverage and craft stalls. Entry will be free.
To celebrate World Book Day, five-star housebuilder David Wilson Homes Yorkshire East has donated £500 to Westfield Primary School in Cottingham to purchase new books and promote the importance of reading in the local community.
To coincide with World Book Day, David Wilson Homes Yorkshire East has donated £500 to the youngsters at Westfield Primary School, situated close to its Harland Park development in Cottingham, to promote reading at school and with their families.
Villagers in Shiptonthorpe are organising a 1940s dance to celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day on 9 May.
Sue Beadle and Tim Bowron (part of the team behind the annual Folk in the Field festival) will host an evening of food, drink, dance and entertainment in a heated marquee to raise funds for Help for Heroes.
This April, 007 returns to the big screen for its hotly anticipated 25th instalment in the legendary spy series, No Time to Die, and tickets to see the film at Vue Hull are now available to book.
Left with no choice but to quit retirement after being sought out by an old friend from the CIA, Bond is compelled to rescue a kidnapped scientist and follow the trail of a mysterious villain, armed with dangerous new technology.
Members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bi and Trans communities are being invited to find out about adopting a child through One Adoption as part of LGBT+ Adoption and Fostering week
The regional adoption agency for North Yorkshire and the Humber – One Adoption North and Humber – is tackling the myth that only heterosexual couples can adopt, by supporting this year’s awareness-raising week (2-8 March), which is organised by national charity New Family Social.