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Here’s Why You Should Consider the University of Hull on Results Day

It’s that time of year again when nervous 17 and 18-year-olds across the country are handed that daunting envelope that basically holds the key to your future. I can’t believe that was a whole five years ago for me. In fact, I still surprise myself when I tell people that I’ve been graduated over a… Continue reading Here’s Why You Should Consider the University of Hull on Results Day

Culture · life · local

Exploring The Tea Shop in Hull

Tucked away in the corner of the newly refurbished Trinity Indoor Market is the charming Tea Shop. Owned by the lovely Marion Ring, this loose leaf emporium is jam-packed full of glass jars, each storing a different aromatic blend. I was lucky enough to sample some of the herbal goodness after chatting with the tea… Continue reading Exploring The Tea Shop in Hull

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WOW Hull Revolutionary Makers Workshop

Craft, tea and feminism? What a great combination! After popping along to the Christmas-themed Craft Club at Lydia’s in Hull, I was keen to try out more sessions in the new year. The Craft and Crochet Club is run completely by volunteers: you pay £5.00 and get to learn something new over cake and a… Continue reading WOW Hull Revolutionary Makers Workshop