Mother’s Day in Hull and East Yorkshire

Published: Friday 24th March 2017 by Courtney Farrow

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Sunday 26 March is Mother’s Day. We’ve rounded up just some of the ways that you can treat your mum in Hull and East Yorkshire.

Pick of the bunch

First things first, present your mum with a lovely bunch of flowers to say thank you for her hard work and care.

You can pick your bouquet at Grahams the Florist on Hessle Road and even get them delivered on the same day.

Meanwhile, Eden Floral Boutique on Newland Avenue offers great value and beautiful arrangements.

As for Orange Blossom in Cottingham, you can select your blooms and have them delivered to anywhere in the world through their Interflora service.


The gift of love

Selecting the perfect gift for mum can be tricky, but it doesn’t have to be this way.

There are plenty of lovely trinket stalls and shops in Hull and East Yorkshire.

Blondes in Cottingham has an array of retro and kitsch-themed homeware, whilst Scruffy Little Cat on Holderness Road specialises in personalised gifts for all occasions.

In the meantime, take mum to the Made in Hull market the day before Mother’s Day and have her pick out some locally made pampering treats.

If handmade is her thing, you’ll be able to find something perfect in Judy’s Attic on Newland Avenue.


A sweet way to say thank you

One of the cutest ways to show your love to mum is by treating her to tea and cake.

This British tradition is well practiced in Hull and East Yorkshire, with lots of cafes and restaurants providing Afternoon Tea packages.

For a truly royal experience, Jubilees Vintage Tea Rooms in Hessle is a brilliant choice. After all, she is a queen.

Alternatively, Florins Bar offers a modern, fresh setting for this historical snack.

Finally, for an affordable and flexible tea, head to The Dancing Goat on Beverley Road.


Lunch with all the trimmings

Mothering Sunday is a great opportunity to get the family together and dig into a hearty meal.

Enjoy a delicious roast dinner with views of the picturesque Hull Marina at 1884 Dock Street Kitchen.

Meanwhile, The Westwood restaurant in Beverley is famed for its locally sourced produce.

Or perhaps tuck into a set menu at The Bluebell in Cottingham. Their Sunday dishes include a choice of beef, lamb, chicken, duck, cannelloni and the market fish of the day.


Mother nature

After indulging at dinnertime, you may want to go for a stroll around one of the region’s stunning green spaces.

Beverley Westwood is the perfect patch, especially if you’ve just visited The Westwood restaurant.

For a city escape, Pearson Park is a hidden gem in Hull. Once the home of poet Philip Larkin, the wildlife gardens are amazing if you have little ones.


Happy hour = happy mother

Celebrate into the evening with a refreshing cocktail or two.

Roots Bar on Newland Avenue has a gorgeous array of tropical punch and nibbles.

Otherwise, head to The Potting Shed in Beverley. This on-trend bar serves all sorts of delicious drinks in a garden-themed space.

Finally, Bar82 is the place to go if you want a view with your pitcher. Located on Princes Dock Street, the boutique venue lets you look out over the still waters as you sip away.


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Published: Friday 24th March 2017 by Courtney Farrow

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