Independent vintage clothing boutique, Chinese Laundry, has been in the heart of Hull city centre for 13 years.
Published: Friday 3rd March 2017
Student Volunteering Week encourages students to develop their skills while forming key social action partnerships in local communities.
Published: Monday 20th February 2017
Valentine’s Day is here again, with its heart-shaped eyes and copious amounts of baby language.
Published: Tuesday 14th February 2017
You must surely have heard of random acts of kindness, but did you know there’s an entire day dedicated to them?
Published: Monday 13th February 2017
Hull Community and Voluntary Services work to support the sustainable development of crucial groups across Hull.
Published: Friday 3rd February 2017
Founded back in 1975, Hull Women’s Aid provides integral support to victims of domestic violence. Prioritising the safety of women, children and young people, the organisation operates a 24-hour access policy for those seeking safe accommodation.
Published: Friday 27th January 2017
Run completely by volunteers, Hull Homeless Community Project aims to engage with all people and promote positive ways to help those in need. We met up with Andrew Smith, Founder and CEO, to find out a bit more about the work that they do and their plans for 2017.
Published: Friday 6th January 2017
Christmas is for spending time with friends and family, whether it be around the dinner table or in bars and restaurants. A few days later, New Year is the perfect opportunity to try something new and perhaps even reinvent yourself.
Published: Thursday 22nd December 2016
Self-dubbed ‘The theatre company that makes a noise’, Middle Child returns with another festive escapade in the form of Dick Whittington. Their fifth alternative pantomime, writer Tom Wells presents a wild style that’s bound to be a hit with theatregoers of all ages.
Published: Thursday 15th December 2016
December 2016 marks East Riding Theatre’s second anniversary, and what a busy couple of years it’s been. With a range of shows all year round and sell-out performances each Christmas, this festive season presents the final part in the venue’s Dickens Trilogy.
Published: Monday 12th December 2016