In an effort to help Hull families cope with the cost of living this Christmas, Hull City Council is providing free parking in the city centre and funding to cut bus fares.
On Saturdays and Sundays throughout December, shoppers can park for free in the council’s multi-storey car parks on Osborne Street, Pryme Street, and George Street. There is no need to purchase a ticket.
Hull-based NLG Health has donated two labrador puppies and £16,000 to Support Dogs, the Sheffield charity which helps people with autism, epilepsy and disabilities.
Harriett, a black, and Honey, a golden labrador, have begun their basic training with Support Dogs as part of the charity’s work with families across the country, including in Sheffield and wider Yorkshire.
Bus lane cameras in Hull have been switched back on this week.
The move comes in line with Hull City Council’s Cabinet decision made in December 2021 to retain 7am – 6.30pm bus lanes following a successful trial period in which buses reported nine per cent faster journey times.
The Beverley Festival of Christmas, proudly supported by The Beverley Arms, will see the town transform into a festive wonderland with Victorian market stalls, fairground rides and street entertainment.
Visitors to this year’s festival are encouraged to travel via public transport to get into Beverley. Visitors can also make use of the Park and Ride facility set up at Beverley Racecourse (postcode: HU17 8QZ) – which for this year will be FREE of charge.
Local holiday homes manufacturer Victory Leisure Homes is inviting residents in Hull and East Yorkshire looking for a change in career to its upcoming open day, as it looks to further support the upskilling and ‘levelling up’ of the Yorkshire region.