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Live Hull

Hull sits on the northern shore of the Humber Estuary, a few miles inland from the east coast of England.  A vibrant culturally diverse city, offering the perfect mix of museums, shopping and nightlife.

The neighbouring East Riding of Yorkshire extends from the Yorkshire Wolds in the north to the River Humber in the south and from the North Sea in the east to the River Derwent in the west.

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Data sources: Office for National Statistics and Hull Data Observatory

LIVE, WORK AND ENJOY 

(Kingston upon) Hull City Council is the governing body for the unitary authority and city of Kingston upon Hull. Hull is made up of 23 electoral wards with average house prices at approximately £118,500*. The University of Hull has served the region for over 90 years and is England’s 14th-oldest university. The city is served by two main hospital sites: Hull Royal Infirmary and Castle Hill Hospital but also a number of additional services are based across Hull. *Hull Data Observatory.

A VIBRANT MIX OF NIGHTLIFE

Looking for a vibrant and diverse place for entertainment, then Hull is the place to be. From pubs, restaurants and cafe bars, to live theatre and a well renowned thriving music scene. With international restaurants, wine bars as well as music, poetry and comedy nights. Try Hull Truck Theatre or the Hull New Theatre for internationally renowned performances. For thrill seekers Hull Fair is one of Europe’s largest travelling funfairs, which comes to Hull for one week every October. or the incredible ‘Freedom Festival’ with international artists, beautiful artwork and exciting and thought-provoking performances each September.

EXPLORE THE RICH HISTORY

Hull has a fascinating history and heritage, and is brought to life in many of the museums and walks. With much-treasured museums such as the Ferens Art Gallery, Wilberforce House is the birthplace of William Wilberforce, famous campaigner against the slave trade. Or why not visit the Streetlife Museum home to over 200 years of transport history. The Hull and East Riding Museum allows you to come face to face with a woolly mammoth, encounter a mysterious crew of wooden warriors and discover a unique Iron Age sword to the temporarily closed Hull Maritime Museum which is undergoing a major redevelopment.