With Bonfire night fast approaching Jerry Green Dog Rescue has some tips and advice to share with you on how you can try and keep your dog calm and settled during the celebrations.
Loudhailer Electric Company introduces its premiere live stream show on Friday 21 August at 20.00 – 21.00 BST with SLS Live.
The show will launch new music and art collaboration ‘Dreamscape (When I Get Home)’ as well as a set of live favourites from the band’s back catalogue of studio albums and new release NEXUS.
Mental health expert joins The Pig Wrestling Podcast team as a joint-host.
The Hull-based podcast has appointed Jo Kent to spread awareness of mental health issues and to provide some feminine influence.
The Deep is one of many zoos and aquariums fighting for survival as the UK-wide lockdown due to coronavirus continues.
The closure during our busiest months of the year, Easter, in particular, is already having a major impact on finances, and despite the doors being closed to the public, essential work caring for the 3,000 animals that reside with us must continue.
A security company which relocated from Leeds to Beverley because of a passion for polo is heading into its tenth anniversary year with the promise of recruitment and expansion.
Security Direct UK supplies specialist shutters, doors and grilles to corporate and domestic customers around the UK, but less than half of the company’s business comes from its home area.
The East Riding Festival of Words 2019 will once again include the ever-popular Children’s Festival, with events across the area.
The Gruffalo Grand Tour will see Carol Burton bring Julia Donaldson’s story to life with interactive puppet storytelling at libraries including Beverley.
Rampant forest fires in Brazil are threatening a pioneering project, sponsored by the Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation.
Volunteers and staff are working around the clock to keep the flames back from a sanctuary crucial to the survival of the Giant Otter.
New artworks celebrating Hull have been created to liven up an area around a city railway bridge.
The murals in Chanterlands Avenue were produced over the summer after artist Andy Pea and pupils from Thoresby Primary School were tasked by ward councillors to create an enchanting gateway to the avenue.
Hull’s Arctic Corsair and the country’s last distant water side-winder trawler is set to move from its current berth for the first time in 20 years on Sunday 4 August.
From 7am, LGSA Marine and Dean’s Tugs will undertake the complex operation to move the 693-tonne trawler down the River Hull.
The exciting events programme for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition continues on Sunday, 14 July with Tom ‘the Blowfish’ Hird’s heavy metal marine biology show at Beverley Library.
This family-friendly show, based on Tom Hird’s book ‘Blowfish’s Oceanopedia’, takes the audience on a loud journey through the world of the oceans.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition will be back for a third year in the Treasure House from Saturday, 22 June to Saturday, 14 September, accompanied by an exciting programme of events throughout.
On loan from the Natural History Museum in London, the exhibition will feature 100 awe-inspiring images, from fascinating animal behaviour to breath-taking wild landscapes.
A former swimming instructor has gone in at the deep end with a business venture which sees her swap people for pooches.
With the official opening of Fit4Dogs fast approaching, Kirsty Skeates is already running rehab regimes for canine clients at her hydrotherapy centre.
Longcroft School students from Year 13 marked the end of their school days with a prom held at The Deep in Hull.
Over 80 guests attended the event that included a meal with entertainment on the night provided by Ace Disco Party Sounds and the ever popular Yorkshire Party Booth.
A Russian born architect is using her a fine art skills and attention to detail to create drawings honouring some of the region’s most picturesque landmarks in her latest exhibition which has opened at Pocklington Arts Centre (PAC).
Tatiana Gilks (nee Chudinova) first visited the UK over a decade ago for a two-week coach trip and says she fell in love with the country, so much so that she moved to Pocklington permanently four years ago.
Hull’s open top city tour will return for 2018, and this time it’ll run for even longer. The Hull Explorer open top tour bus was launched in Summer 2017, taking visitors on a guided tour around the city to see Hull’s most iconic sights, such as Queen Victoria Square, Old Town, Hull Minster, The Deep and the Marina.
Run by local bus company EYMS, will run for the early May bank holiday weekend and May half term this year, as well as an extended run over the summer holidays and follows what was a successful 2017 season.
Visitors are enjoying the current exhibition at the Treasure House in Beverley, called Humber Estuary: Changing Views. “A great mix of social and geographical history and art” “brings back memories” and “captures the spirit of the Humber” are just a few comments that visitors have made.
Internationally renowned photographer Martin Parr will announce the winners of the Hull Beermat Photography Festival at Kardomah94 later this month.
Parr will reveal the 20 images that will be printed onto beermats throughout Hull, as well as giving a talk about his life and work.
Virtual reality will transport audiences to the depths of the Great Barrier Reef in supernatural coming-of-age thriller Frogman.
Following previews at Edinburgh Festival Fringe as part of the #HullTakeover, the ambitious show, which fuses live theatre with 360 film in Virtual Reality, is coming to C4DI from 1 to 11 November.