An affectionate monster befriends a young boy but sacrifices their overnight play time to let the boy sleep; Paddington bear innocently befriends a would-be criminal taking him on a midnight adventure; and an anthropomorphised carrot finds love on a train journey.Read More
Rejuvenated Hull Minster has provided the stunning setting to announce the winner of one of the world’s most prestigious art prizes.Read More
Matt has been appointed the Diocese of York’s new mission enabler. It will involve supporting a number churches in their desire to grow and outreach to the local community.
His last duty will be to preach at the Christmas Eve midnight communion serviceRead More
A dazzling gala dinner has provided a major boost for the exciting transformation of magnificent Hull Minster.
The candlelit event for 150 specially-invited guests showcased the Minster as a fabulous banqueting venue, with dinner served in the newly-created open space in the Minster’s Nave.Read More
Real camels are returning to Hull for a nativity spectacular fit for the city of culture year!
The Live Nativity is a colourful retelling of the Christmas story and is set to return on Saturday, December 16th with a stellar local cast and complete with real camels, sheep, and a donkey.
Print a copy of the carols HERE
Popular Look North presenter Peter Levy will play Angel Gabriel, Rosie Millard, chair of Hull City of Culture 2017, Hull City Council culture supremo Jon Pywell and Inspector Kirsty Tock, of Humberside Police, will take on the role of the Magi and the Bishop of Hull will put her crook to good use as a shepherd.Read More
Hull Minster has received a £20,000 National Churches Trust Grant to help fund a project to pay for urgent repairs to clerestory windows including to stonework and associated glazing.Read More
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Hull UK City of Culture 2017 have jointly commissioned Chile-based architects Pezo von Ellrichshausen and Swiss artist Felice Varini to design an ambitious temporary outdoor structure in response to the historic heart of Hull.Read More
Hull’s historic Trinity House charity is supporting Hull Minster’s exciting future, building on links going back almost 700 years.
The seafaring charity has sponsored more than two dozen chairs to support Hull Minster’s development project which is transforming the church into an open and flexible space for worship and a wide range of cultural, social and community events.Read More
Extensive work to transform Trinity Square in Hull’s Old Town has come to an end, with the switching on of new water features reflecting the majesty of Hull Minster.Read More