From today, Wednesday 21 December, free Wi-Fi will be available at the Marina and Princes Dock Street, ahead of City of Culture’s opening event, ‘In with a Bang’.
Local company Connexin were appointed earlier in the year to deliver free open air Wi-Fi across the city centre, including Jameson Street, King Edward Street, Queen Victoria Square, Whitefriargate, parts of the Old Town, Queens Gardens and Paragon Interchange, with a view to extending coverage even further across the city during 2017.
For the ultimate feel-good start to 2017, Manchester Camerata make a welcome return to Bridlington Spa for a glittering waltz around Vienna with dancers from East Riding Youth Dance County Company on Sunday 8 January, 2017, at 2pm, as the first concert in the ‘Classically Yours’ series.
Supremely talented soprano, Ailish Tynan, will bring the heady romance and humour of this beautiful music to life.
The life and work of Oscar™ winning director, film and television producer and playwright Anthony Minghella is to be celebrated with a series of film screenings and events as part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017.
Tickets are now on sale for Anthony Minghella: A Retrospective, which will take place at the University of Hull’s newly renovated Middleton Hall from 22 until 29 January 2017, in conjunction with Hull 2017, BFI and BFI Film Hub North.
The Hull Music Service has been chosen as one of only three massed ensembles to perform at the Music for Youth Proms in November 2017 at the Royal Albert Hall.
This prestigious event on 15 November 2017 is a great opportunity to perform the piece ‘Tell the World,’ and showcase the city’s many talented young musicians during the city’s year as the UK City of Cultu
Portfolio Holders at Hull City Council have said a Government decision to allow Councils to raise tax by three per cent in 2017 and 2018 is inherently unfair.
Cllr Hale, Deputy Leader and Portfolio Holder for Finance, and Cllr Lunn, Portfolio Holder for Public Health and Adult Social Care, have said that, while additional funding is desperately needed for adult social care
The Minor Injuries Unit (MIU) at Bransholme Health Centre will now open from 9am – 10pm, seven days a week, with immediate effect.
People in Hull are able to access the MIU for treatment of injuries which require immediate treatment, but which are not serious enough to attend Accident and Emergency (A&E), such as; cuts and wounds, sprains and strains, stings, bites and burns.
NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is celebrating after a double victory at two prestigious awards last night.
At the Yorkshire and Humber NHS Regional Recognition Awards, which were held in Sheffield, the CCG’s Chief Officer, Emma Latimer, and Chief Finance Officer, Emma Sayner, won a joint award in the Leading Systems Transformation and were runners-up in the Inspirational Leadership category.