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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

hull · life · local

Hull’s Assemble Fest and The Cautionary Tale of Horrid Ham Carver

Assemble Fest will be taking over the Newland area for the second time this May bank and it looks like we’re all in for a great weekend! The festival is all about celebrating the local businesses of Newland Avenue through theatre. As I live and work in the local area (TheHull Pie2 – which of course is Newland’s finest… Continue reading Hull’s Assemble Fest and The Cautionary Tale of Horrid Ham Carver

Fashion · hull · local · retro&vintage

Hull Fashion Week – WI Clothes Swap

Being slightly obsessed with second hand clothes you’d be suprised to learn that I have never attended a clothes swap, well until now at least. The WI Clothes Swap was just another exciting activity at the Hull Fashion Week Finale. As one of the main focuses at this years HFW was most defiantly reworked and vintage clothes,… Continue reading Hull Fashion Week – WI Clothes Swap

hull · local · retro&vintage · vintage

Hull Fashion Week 2015 – Vintage Market

If you’ve been reading this blog for even a few minutes you’ll know that I love anything vintage! So I was very pleased to hear that, whilst the fantastic catwalk show was taking place in Hull’s City Hall during the Hull Fashion Week Finale, there was a quaint little vintage market going on as well.… Continue reading Hull Fashion Week 2015 – Vintage Market