'Antibes' will be the centrepiece in an exhibition aimed at promoting mental health after the pandemic A masterpiece by one of the world’s most famous artists will be arriving in Hull next week.The Ferens Art Gallery will reopen on Monday after lockdown in style with an incredible coup.
Humberside Police have stepped up patrols as they bid to track him down Humberside Police is investigating reports that two women were attacked in the same Hull street just days apart.Both incidents took place in Wellington Lane and were instigated by the same "unknown man".According to the police, on the afternoon of Sunday May 9, a woman was approached by an unknown man at 4.40pm who took her handbag "with force and knocked her to the floor".
Dispersal orders, drug searches and bike seizures have been carried out over the last few days Police have been clamping down on ‘mindless’ criminal behaviour in some of Hull’s estates.Officers have been targeting known hot spots in Bransholme and Orchard Park this week with an increase in antisocial behaviour as lockdown restrictions are about to be lifted further.
A switch to more durable plastic pipes is taking place Gas mains works have become the new norm in Hull causing disruption to motorists and residents alike.The latest are on Spring Bank West near the junction with Walton Street in west Hull.They are due to last four weeks and with Spring Bank West closed to traffic in both directions for their duration, the knock-on effect of extra congestion on surrounding roads at peak times of the day is already being felt.
They started by targeting the windscreen of a Ford KA Police have issued an appeal after two "unidentified" women caused "significant damage" to a car windscreen before damaging another four cars in a Hull street.Humberside Police say officers are appealing for witnesses following reports of criminal damage on Essex Street, off Hessle Road in west Hull.
A 33-year-old man has been arrested but police are still appealing for witnesses to come forward A man suffered serious head injuries after he was attacked by a thug brandishing a weapon in the city centre.Humberside Police are appealing for people who may have witnessed the assault on William Street which has left the victim in a critical condition.
Police say the behaviour is disgusting and won't be tolerated An "unknown person" has been targeting a vehicle in west Hull by repeatedly smearing it with dog faeces over the past couple of weeks.Humberside Police say they are enquiring into the identity of a person who has been approaching a parked car on Belvoir Street in west Hull and smearing it with dog muck.
A man who attacked a woman in a Hull pub, preying on her vulnerable state, has been jailed for 15 years after previously pleading guilty to rape.Leon Chantler, who is 30 and from Great Thornton Street, was sentenced at Hull Crown following the assault in a bar on Princess Avenue in January 2020.
Onlookers blamed a 'domino effect' Following a week of chaotic traffic in Hull, Holderness Road saw three collisions all within the space of just over an hour.The incidents, all of which were non or very minor injuries, happened within 65 minutes of each other on Thursday afternoon which onlookers say was something of a domino effect.
Leon Chantler even followed the woman as she fled the pub A sick rapist preyed on a vulnerable woman in a Hull pub before attacking her inside and chased the victim as she fled.Leon Chantler carried out his horrific crime inside Pearson’s Bar after pretending to comfort this victim before raping her out of sight of staff.
The wait is finally over as players can adventure around the tropical rainforest golf course Lost City Adventure Golf has finally been given the go-ahead to launch.The golf course, located in St Stephen’s Shopping Centre, will be opening on May 17.It will offer a fun day out for families and friends as players explore a rainforest-themed golf course, complete with special effects and interactive features.
He claimed to have 'chased a thief', but CCTV showed quite the opposite A Hull boutique owner made a sinister discovery about a man who claimed to have chased a thief who stole her phone.Deborah, the owner of Bed Boutique in Newland Avenue, was grateful to have her phone returned to her after a man claimed he had "chased a thief and retrieved it".
Hull maths teacher Andrew crafts a winning crab outfit that knocks the judges sideways A crab costume and a child’s reversible jacket helped Hull’s Andrew Aspland through to the next round of BBC One’s The Great British Sewing Bee.Andrew earned high praise in last night’s show from the judges, Savile Row’s Patrick Grant and fashion designer Esme Young, as he set to work on his creations for Children’s Week.
A collection of pottery and porcelain, predominantly from the South Yorkshire potteries is to be sold in the Antiques and Interiors Sale on May 28, in thirty lots.The collection was put together over 60 years by the late Robert and Betty Clark of South Yorkshire.Robert was an antiques dealer for many years but was also the great grandson of the last of the potters from Hawley Pottery in Rawmarsh.
Gary Allen is standing trial at Sheffield Crown Court Jurors in the trial of a man accused of murdering Hull woman Samantha Class have been shown TV new bulletins about the discovery of her body on the banks of the Humber in 1997 Gary Allen is the subject of a retrial and is accused of her murder.
A masterpiece by the French artist Claude Monet will be the centrepiece of a new exhibition in Hull which will focus on the importance of mindfulness and reflection in response to the coronavirus pandemic.Monet’s Antibes (1888) is the inspiration and centrepiece of Monet in Mind, which will open on May 17th at the Ferens Art Gallery.
Great news for thrill seekers A touring fun fair is staying in Hull College Craven Park after a boom in demand.The £1 theme park was due to depart this Sunday, May 16 but now plans to remain in east Hull until Sunday, May 23.Crows Theme Park, who run the touring attraction, made the huge announcement on Facebook: "Due to popular demand we are extending our stay!
Four 'suspected illegal immigrants' brought into Hull A&E by police The men, thought to be from Sudan, were found covered in an unknown powder A&E After Dark in Hull as woman airlifted to Hull Royal Infirmary after high speed crash A&E After Dark in Hull returns with patient who drank wrong drink A&E After Dark cameraman on his amazing 'big win' experience Dad-of-two Gavin Boyd is a filmmaker who provided aerial footage for Series 2 A&E After Dark in Hull: Mum 'feels nothing' after car hits tree in horror crash A&E After Dark in Hull featured Rayleigh, 31, who told doctors at Hull Royal Infirmary that she had 'no feeling below the knees' A&E After Dark: Pain worse than childbirth, abusive patients and booze benders Chloe, 27, told doctors she 'felt like she was dying' on the first episode of the second series of A&E: After Dark 'Please don't let me die' - Hull A&E After Dark drama teased in new Channel 5 preview The second series charting life at Hull's A&E department at night will start next week A&E After Dark in Hull returns for second series as staff battle Covid and lockdown injuries The behind-the-scenes look at Hull Royal Infirmary will be on Channel five next week A&E After Dark cameras are returning to Hull Royal Infirmary The new series will be able to capture the impact Covid-19 has had on staff and patients Man with graze tells Hull A&E staff he's 'in proper agony' 'I fell off my bike.
The men, thought to be from Sudan, were found covered in an unknown powder Four "suspected illegal immigrants" were brought into Hull Royal Infirmary's A&E by police in footage shown on TV.The men were arrested at the ferry port in Hull after being ferried from Sudan in a container.
The City league winner may need a bigger trophy cabinet after a season full of awards George Honeyman has been named the Hull Live Hull City Player of the Season for playing his part in a stellar campaign for the Tigers.Honeyman was the overwhelming winner in a poll run by the city’s newspaper, collecting 56.3 percent of a vote which attracted 5,000 replies in a campaign which saw Grant McCann's side secure promotion back to the Championship along with the League One title.