Artists Commissioned To Celebrate Hull’s Maritime Story

Artists Commissioned To Celebrate Hull’s Maritime Story
June 14, 2020

Leading contemporary artists, Heinrich and Palmer, have created a new and stunning visualisation of one of the most popular objects in the Hull Maritime Museum’s permanent collection.

Lumen Prize-nominated artists behind the ‘Ship of the Gods’ at Hull Minster as part of Absolutely Cultured’s Urban Legends and Northern Lights, Heinrich and Palmer have been commissioned to create new and innovative public artwork to reflect the city’s rich maritime history.

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Grants To Be Issued To Care Providers To Help Manage Financial Pressures Of COVID-19

Grants To Be Issued To Care Providers To Help Manage Financial Pressures Of COVID-19
June 3, 2020

Hull City Council will begin to distribute £3m of grant funding to help support those providing care to the city’s most vulnerable residents during the coronavirus pandemic.

The grants have been provided by the Department of Health & Social Care’s Infection Control Fund to help with additional costs being faced by care providers who are caring for vulnerable residents in Hull.

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Local Charities Are Pulling Together To Support Hull Helpline

Local Charities Are Pulling Together To Support Hull Helpline
May 18, 2020

Hull charities pull together in support of the City’s most vulnerable residents via Hull Helpline, to deliver food parcels and meals.

Unity in Community, EMS and Goodwin Development Trust responded to a plea from Hull City Council for local groups, community services and organisations to support the COVID-19 relief efforts. 

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On-Street Parking Charges In Hull Resume This Week

On-Street Parking Charges In Hull Resume This Week
May 18, 2020

From today, Monday 18 May motorists will be charged for using on-street parking in Hull. However, any council-owned car parks including short-stay and long-stay will remain free until further notice.

This means that motorists parking in Hull City Council-owned car parks including Albion Street, Lowgate, History Centre, Tower Street, Trippett Street, Osborne Street, George Street, Pryme Street, Francis Street and the ice arena will not be charged.

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Young Women Encouraged To Pick Up The Tools Of The Trade

Young Women Encouraged To Pick Up The Tools Of The Trade
May 13, 2020

It’s no secret that the construction sector is male-dominated. According to the UK’s Construction Training Board (CITB) the proportion of women working in skilled manual labour is just 2 per cent.

Tackling the diversity divide in Hull, women employed at KWL want to encourage young women to follow in their footsteps into the trades.

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REYTA Ceremony Will Go Ahead But Done Digitally For 2020

REYTA Ceremony Will Go Ahead But Done Digitally For 2020
May 1, 2020

It’s one of the most eagerly-anticipated events of the year but sadly became one of the first major events postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Now, the excitement of the annual Hull and East Yorkshire tourism “Oscars” is being transferred online with a virtual awards ceremony.

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Medically Vulnerable Advised Not To Go Out To Collect Prescriptions

Medically Vulnerable Advised Not To Go Out To Collect Prescriptions
April 24, 2020

Hull Helpline can arrange delivery of medicines for vulnerable people who have been identified as being at higher risk of serious illness from coronavirus.

Residents who fall into this category, and who have no friends or family who can collect a prescription for them, can contact the Hull Helpline and a volunteer will collect it from the pharmacy.

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