City of Culture 1 year on – That video again

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Published: Thursday 20th November 2014 by Paul Nickerson - Writer

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It’s a whole year since our great city was awarded City of Culture 2017, and a lot has happened since.

The City of Culture board has been appointed, with journalist, broadcaster and author Rosie Millard as chair. Now 12 months on, they are looking for partners, volunteers and other people to get involved.

This week, the newly created Culture Company, lead by Chief Executive Martin Green will begin publicising Hull’s journey to 2017 and what’s been achieved so far to ensure a spectacular cultural programme.

If you haven’t already, you can visit the City of Culture website to find out more about getting involved or you can vote on how you think it’s all going in our poll.

But as a full year has gone by since ‘the day that changed out city forever’, we thought what better way to reflect, than to re-watch the video that brought it all about.

Have your say?

How do you think the City of Culture team have done so far and what do you think their priorities should be in the next 12 months?

Add you comments below.

 

Published: Thursday 20th November 2014 by Paul Nickerson - Writer

Comments (3)
  • I wrote a comment with regard to the city of culture and I spent quite some time in my efforts, my only question is where the hell is it since it was written only about two days ago.
    Whats the point of writing if you don’t publish our work, and may I add that there was nothing at all written in the article that could be suspect in any way.

    • Paul Nickerson

      Hmm I remember reading it, it was well considered. I’ve asked our developer to take a look to check the comments are working correctly – could be a glitch.

    • Sam Johnson

      Getting messages deleted too. Not even controversial ones. Agree with you – whats the point of posting if they are deleted

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