To accompany the hugely popular ‘Wildlife Photographer of the Year’ exhibition at Sewerby Hall and Gardens, which is on loan from the Natural History Museum in London, there will be events in July in association with The Deep, one of the exhibition’s partners.
Work on converting a former radio studio into high-end office space and apartments has been placed on hold after the arrival in the building of a colony of puffins.
The birds may be fibreglass rather than flesh and feathers, but they appealed to Rachel and James Murray’s passion for culture and have brought work to a standstill at their site, The Boathouse offices, next to Hull Marina.
A nationwide business which provides care for people in their own homes has launched its latest branch at The Deep Business Centre in Hull.
Helping Hands Homecare has opened with three staff in the centre and they are assembling a team of carers to operate across the Hull area.
An award-winning cyber-security and managed IT provider which has more than doubled its workforce since moving to The Deep Business Centre less than three years ago is set for further expansion with more space and more people.
Co-founders Scott Clark and Leon McQuade have hit the targets for their latest five-year business plan at the halfway stage, with growth down to changing working habits which they say may persist beyond the pandemic.
One of the region’s leading business centres is ticking all the boxes for people seeking work, rest and play solutions on their doorstep in a post-Covid world.
Freya Cross, Business and Corporate Manager at The Deep said the rest of Hull city centre is also well-placed to benefit from the trend towards a “live-work location” and a “lifestyle office”.
Visit Hull launches campaign to welcome visitors back to the city.
The It Must Be Hull Campaign will invite local, regional, and national visitors to rediscover Hull.
Further exploration works on an ancient blockhouse in Hull, commissioned by Henry VIII, are set to take place thanks to a successful funding bid.
Hull City Council has been awarded the first phase of £1m of funding from Highways England to deliver a programme of archaeological works to conserve and tell the story of a 16th century fortress – a key part of the city’s maritime history as one of the most important ports on the east coast of England.
A new office development in the heart of Hull’s Old Town has delivered on the high-tech tenant’s simple brief to create a home to be proud of after they heeded lessons from lockdown.
Mike Ellis, Managing Director of digital marketing specialists 43 Clicks North, has been rewarded with both style and substance after putting his faith in developers Jenneson-Thompson, who responded by combining two buildings in Bishop Lane to offer character and connectivity.
The creativity of Hull’s writing community is being celebrated with four new writing commissions for the Humber Mouth literature festival.
And, the new stories and poems written for radio will be broadcast through a special partnership with BBC Radio Humberside.
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.