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 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.
Beverley U15s welcomed Goole to Beaver Park for a first-round Yorkshire Cup tie just two weeks after losing to them in an early-season friendly.
Coming back to near full-strength after injury lay-offs over recent weeks presented the u15s with a chance to redress the balance, and a strong and intelligent display from the full squad saw them contain and dismantle a capable and expansive Goole team.
Opera North returns to The Deep next week with a series of music and movement sessions for the attraction’s youngest visitors and their parents.
Inspired by the fascinating marine environment to be found in Hull’s award-winning aquarium, the family workshops will take place at 11.30am, 1.30pm and 2.45pm on Tuesday 29 August, Thursday 31 August and Friday 1 September.
FIREPIT Smokehouse & Sports Bar put on a stunning display for guests as they arrived to discover its cool, quirky Americana theme and see chefs create signature dishes from the Deep South-inspired menu.
The venue has transformed a single storey at Flemingate, adding a vibrant US look and flavour with a unique combination of bespoke décor, smokehouse specialities and sports bar features including two full-sized shuffleboard tables, foosball, pool and beer pong tables.
Hull will soon be joining the likes of London, Edinburgh and Bath as a brand new city tour bus is announced.
The Hull Explorer will be an open top bus which will take visitors on a tour around the city centre’s most fascinating sights. Calling at the Cenotaph, Queen Victoria Square, the Wilberforce Monument, Old Town, the Museums Quarter, Hull Minster/Trinity Square, The Deep and the Marina, a tour guide will tell the story of the city, giving a fascinating insight into Hull, past and present.
Areen Faisal could emerge as a credible contender at Royal Ascot if he successfully takes the next step along the ladder in the Brian Yeardley Continental Two-Year-Old Trophy (2.40) at Beverley on Saturday.
The Bahamian Bounty colt, trained by Richard Fahey, is one of seven declarations for the £25,000 conditions stakes, won last season by subsequent Norfolk Stakes hero Prince Of Lir.