Hull – City of Culture has so much to offer
Hull and East Yorkshire has so much to offer all who live and work there. With new investment in the city in industry and shipping, as well as the being the appointed UK City of Culture 2017, there are plenty of reasons why you would want to visit, work and live in Hull and the surrounding areas.
Explore Hull’s historic Old Town and free museums, visit the marina and newly regenerated Fruit Market with Michelin starred restaurants and art galleries, walk or cycle the Yorkshire Wolds Way, or enjoy the coastal scenery with easy access to several award winning beaches and RSPB Bempton.
Hull is famous for it’s fishing and industrial heritage, and more recently there has been significant investment in the ports and other industrial areas of the city. Hull is home to a new Sieman’s wind turbine factory, Aunt Bessie’s, Jackson’s Bakery, Cranswick Country Foods, to name but a few of the city’s major employers. Additionally, there is scope for a new cruise terminal to be built with P&O ferries and other major local investment encouraging growth and development for the region.
Further afield in the heart of East Yorkshire lies the pretty market town of Beverley. With an awe-inspiring Minster, popular racecourse, historical buildings, vibrant festivals and small town charm, there is something for everyone.