Clarence House has confirmed today that The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will visit Hull on the 8 February as Hull celebrates its year as the UK City of Culture.
The tour will take in visits to the Ferens Art Gallery, Holy Trinity Church, the literacy charity First Story at The Deep and The Royal Shakespeare Company outreach programme at the Goodwin Development Trust.
A fitness project designed to increase levels of physical activity among pregnant women and new mums in Hull is hosting an event to celebrate its success and promote new and exciting sessions for 2017.
The Us Mums event takes place at Ennerdale Leisure Centre on Thursday 26 January from 11.30am – 2.30pm. New and expectant mums will have the chance to try a range of free taster sessions including Buggy Bootcamp, Yoga, pool party and Box Fit.
Bridlington Spa is delighted to announce the launch of the ArtWaves Festival Open Exhibition in advance of the full festival programme launch later this year.
ArtWaves is a visual arts festival taking place in May 2017 showcasing traditional, digital, contemporary and urban art through a vibrant programme curated for all; from the experienced artist to those simply looking to get creative.
You’ve experienced Made in Hull the installation, now check out Made in Hull, the mini cruise.
Following the success of Hull UK City of Culture 2017’s opening event Made in Hull, which attracted more than 342,000 people over seven days, P&O Ferries is celebrating its partnership with Hull 2017 by launching a Made in Hull themed mini cruise.
A number of free parenting courses to explore techniques and approaches to leading a healthy family lifestyle are taking place at venues across the city.
The HENRY (Health, Exercise and Nutrition in the Really Young) parenting course, aimed at parents and carers of babies and young children under the age of five, are a unique and highly successful intervention to protect young children from the physical and emotional consequence of obesity.
A local authority housing estate in Hull has been transformed into a colourful work of art as part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017.
Spearheaded by social enterprise Goodwin Development Trust, I Wish To Communicate With You has seen the residents of the Thornton Estate working with an artist to transform their homes into an ambitious art installation.
Five iconic paintings by one of the leading British painters of the 20th century, Francis Bacon, will join the redisplay of the notable permanent collection at Ferens Art Gallery, thanks to National Lottery players.
The Francis Bacon: Nervous System exhibition marks the very first time that Bacon’s work has been brought to Hull and the series will be on display between Saturday 21 January – Monday 1 May 2017.
Funding has once again been awarded to the Holderness Coast Fisheries Local Action Group (FLAG) by the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund, to continue its valuable work assisting the East Riding’s coastal communities and local fishing industry.
There is funding available for the fishing industry, fishing communities and groups and organisations involved in the social, economic and environmental wellbeing of the Holderness coast from the FLAG initiative.
A free roadshow will be held at The Showground in Driffield, designed to help businesses and the community maximise the opportunities presented by the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire, which will pass through the Capital of the Wolds for the first time.
Welcome to Yorkshire and East Riding of Yorkshire Council will host the event on Wednesday, 15 February, from 10am-12.30pm.