Free Online Mental Health Support Service Launched To Help Children And Young People

Free Online Mental Health Support Service Launched To Help Children And Young People
April 2, 2020

A free online mental health and emotional wellbeing support service has been launched to help children and young people living in Hull, East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire.

People aged between 11 and 25 in these areas can now register to use Kooth, a free, anonymous online counselling and emotional wellbeing service which can be accessed using a computer, smartphone or tablet device.

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Dove House Hospice Struggles Through Crisis Times

Dove House Hospice Struggles Through Crisis Times
March 19, 2020

Well-loved and much needed local charity, Dove House Hospice are appealing to the community of Hull and East Yorkshire to do what they can to support the hospice during these difficult weeks and months.

The outbreak of the Coronavirus in the UK and the impact of the Government’s guidelines to keep everyone safe and reduce the spread of the virus is having a hugely negative effect on Dove House who provides specialist care to local people living with a terminal illness.

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Don’t Bury Your Head In The Sound!

Don’t Bury Your Head In The Sound!
March 16, 2020

RICS Hull and East Yorkshire Local Association are hosting an event on Wednesday, 25 March at Sewell Studio for local property professionals, to learn more about noise and the planning process in property developments.

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The Best Celebration Of Music By A Landslide At Vue Hull

The Best Celebration Of Music By A Landslide At Vue Hull
March 12, 2020

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.

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LGBT+ Community Urged Not To Rule Themselves Out Of Adoption

LGBT+ Community Urged Not To Rule Themselves Out Of Adoption
March 2, 2020

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.

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£4.3m Queens Gardens Plans To Go On Display

£4.3m Queens Gardens Plans To Go On Display
February 21, 2020

Plans for the £4.3m Queens Gardens refurbishment are to go on display as part of a public consultation in Trinity Market.

The plans incorporate modern, eco-friendly features including electric charging points, the introduction of plants and trees to increase the gardens’ biodiversity and the incorporation of designs and functions that will allow the area to be used for flood alleviation.

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An App A Day Is Helping Residents Stay Happy And Healthy

An App A Day Is Helping Residents Stay Happy And Healthy
February 11, 2020

NHS partners across the Humber are breaking new ground with an innovation designed to help people lead healthier lives from their smartphone and tablet.

With more than 325,000 health apps on the market, there is now a solution to help residents of the Humber region find the best and safest ones, in the shape of an easy-to-use library on the web: humberhealthapps.co.uk.

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Daniel Sloss Brings Critically-Acclaimed Show To Region

Daniel Sloss Brings Critically-Acclaimed Show To Region
January 28, 2020

This February, Vue invites you to experience one of the world’s most popular laugh-out-loud comedy shows, as Daniel Sloss brings his critically-acclaimed solo show Daniel Sloss: X to Vue Hull.

Performing off the back of an already glistening comedy career, Sloss’s record-breaking tenth solo show, and third comedy film, delivers a unique satire on the uncomfortable topics of modern society.

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More Men In This Region Needed To Donate Blood

More Men In This Region Needed To Donate Blood
January 8, 2020

There is a vital need for more men in Hull to start donating blood in the New Year because of a serious imbalance in the gender of new donors.

During 2019, only 41% of the new donors in Hull were men. Until the end of November, 296 women started donating blood in Hull but only 208 men. This reflects a wider national trend.

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Emma Hardy Calls In The Butterflies To Combat Climate Emergency

Emma Hardy Calls In The Butterflies To Combat Climate Emergency
October 22, 2019

A dramatic decline in insects in Europe has been recorded over the last few decades. Every study has shown falls in numbers, for example, recent research in more than 60 protected areas in Germany, showed flying insects have declined by more than 75% over almost 30 years. The same pattern can be found across the globe virtually wherever studies are undertaken.

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Absolutely Cultured Project To Bring Young People’s Visions Of The Future To Life

Absolutely Cultured Project To Bring Young People’s Visions Of The Future To Life
October 16, 2019

Throughout October and November, Absolutely Cultured are launching Model City, a ground-breaking new project, supported by NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group, that will co-create high-quality arts and culture with young people from across the city. The project will culminate in an outdoor event in the city centre in February next year.

The children of today will be the town planners, architects and decision-makers of the future and will decide how we live, what our cities and spaces look like and how we interact with them.

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Coffin Keepsakes – Regions Most Popular Requests Revealed In Survey

Chinese Takeaways To Pork Pies - Regions Most Unique Coffin Keepsakes
October 15, 2019

Hull residents are increasingly turning their backs on traditional religious funeral services, opting instead for diverse and sometimes eccentric celebrations of life, according to Hull Co-op Funeralcare.

A Chinese takeaway, a false leg and a Wizard of Oz costume have been revealed as some of the most unique items people have asked to be buried with, according to the UK’s largest report into funeral trends from the Co-op.

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FareShare Seek Volunteers In Hull For Christmas Food Collection

FareShare Seek Volunteers In Hull For Christmas Food Collection
October 15, 2019

Leading charities the Trussell Trust and FareShare are appealing to people in Hull to volunteer to help in the UK’s biggest food collection for people in need.

From Thursday, November 21 until Saturday, November 23 the two charities will be collecting food in Tesco stores across the UK during the annual Tesco Food Collection. They are looking for local volunteers to encourage shoppers to donate so that as much food as possible can be collected.

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