Well a lot of people will be missing Party in the pines this year. Continue reading If you’re going to miss not going to a local festival this year…
For the first time we went to FRUIT in Hull. Fruit is a unique ex-warehouse cultural space on Humber Street in Hull.
It was Wednesday night and we travelled over the Humber Bridge to Wings in Hull. We weren’t expecting it to be very busy on a Wednesday but there was quite a few people in, with that we expected the food turnover to be quite good. Continue reading Food Review// Wings International #Hull
Please note: We will cover venues outside of Scunthorpe if it is in close proximity to Scunthorpe. This newly built pub is just over the Humber Bridge. So whether you’re passing through Hessle or visiting Hull for a City of Culture event and fancy a carvery, any day of the week. Here’s an option.
We tried out the newly built chain pub (Farmhouse inns) Wingfield Farm just off the roundabout as you exit the Humber Bridge into Hessle.
They offer a carvery every day of the week for around a fiver, but on a Sunday it increases to around £8. Continue reading Food Review // Wingfield Farm
City of Culture “In With A Bang” was held on January 1st at Hull Marina. 25,000 Free tickets were released online months prior to the event. With any online ticket queue people had their frustrations but we managed to get some. Continue reading City Of Culture Launch // Hull
WHAT’S ON 18TH-20TH MARCH 2016
Local media give you 9 things to do in Scunthorpe this weekend, most of them aren’t in Scunthorpe! So here are 11 things we picked out of our calendar in Scunthorpe and A few out of Scunthorpe after that. For more events and gigs see the What’s On page for the live calendar.
Child and family friendly (FAMILY EVENT)
Adult/Gig (MUSIC EVENT)
On Friday 19th June Scunthorpe Nights were invited along to an organised night of Ghost hunting with The Simply Ghosts team.
The Team have been nominated for the Soul & Spirit awards 2015 alongside other popular ghost hunters such as Zak Baggins from the US show “Ghost Adventures”. Vote for them here! Continue reading REVIEW // GHOST HUNTING WITH SIMPLY GHOST NIGHTS
This former Funeral Parlour is a must for any ghost hunter with a chequered history, the funeral parlour, embalming room and mortuary are still left have been left as they were for over 30 years. The Annison building has the look of the Amityville House of Horrors, so hopefully we will find some strange and wonderful things there.
The Old Annison building is reputedly said to be the most haunted building in Hull with a colourful past the building used to house the City of Hull Mounted Police before becoming a funeral parlour. The upstairs of the former funeral parlour includes the embalming room and mortuary all intact as they were when it closed over 30 years ago. Although the ground floor is now occupied by the Late Night Pharmacy whose staff say they are too terrified to venture upstairs alone.
Staff have informed us that they feel nervous when alone upstairs in the old funeral parlour and many are too frightened to go upstairs alone. With reported poltergeist activity and incarnate voices been heard the Annison building is not for the feint hearted.
It was said to be the last place the victim of an infamous Victorian murder was seen alive. Dubbed Hull’s most haunted place, the Annison building at the junction of Witham and Great Union Street was also the home of a funeral parlour for more than 100 years.
The building was reputed to be the last place tragic Mary Jane Langley was seen alive before her throat was slit in 1891 and her killer has never been found and the murder of Mary Jane is one of Hull’s greatest unsolved mysteries and her forlorn body was found dead in a ditch in Long Lane, Preston on July 30, 1891. It was said that a bungled police investigation led to a line-up of infamous suspects including champion boxer John Rennard but no one was ever charged and the murder still remains one of Hull’s great unexplained mysteries.
Another main suspect in the Mary Jane murder case was a certain Frederick Bailey Deeming, a monstrous and heinous serial criminal and murderer who had already murdered his first wife and four children before burying them under the floorboards of his house in Merseyside. Deeming who was serving time under one of his forty aliases in Hull jail was coincidentally released shortly before Mary Jane’s murder.
With a macabre history the former funeral parlour is a must for any brave ghost hunter.
take part in séances and use all the latest ghost hunting equipment such as K2 meters, Franks box, motion sensors, sound enhancers, infra red camera’s, and much more as we search for ghostly communication from the other side.
Venue: Ghost Hunts At The Former Funeral Parlour, Hull
19 June, 2015
10.00pm until 3am
Come and join the Simply Ghost Nights team if you dare!
Drinks and Snacks Provided
Simply Ghosts also offer the facility of a small non refundable deposit, to hold your place until four weeks before the event, when the balance must be paid up in full, otherwise you may lose your place.
124-127 Witham, Hull, HU9 1AT
Hull Fair is here!!!
Thrill-seekers can sample a new ride at this year’s Hull Fair. Dreams Live will appear for the first time the famous fair and will spin riders at speeds of up to 60 miles per hour.
Spencer Stokes, the owner and operator of Dreams Live, said: “It’s an extreme ride and it’s very fast. You get a ride on the ground and then it starts to lift to the very top, making it even more surreal.”
Built in Italy, the thrill-ride is the only one of its kind in the UK and cost 500,000 euros to buy in 2005.
The fair has more than 250 rides and an array of attractions, including old favourites such as palm-reading, waltzers and dodgems, alongside newer and exciting rides such as the Starflyer.
For those who like to keep their feet on the ground there are many stalls offering games such as bingo, hook-a-duck and darts.
There will be stalls along Walton Street filled with fairground food from hamburgers and hot dogs to candy floss, toffee apples, pomegranates and hog roasts.
Venturing further into the fairground there are about 55 rides for children including trampolines, fun houses and helter-skelters.
A total of 500,000 people are expected to enjoy the rides, which include the white-knuckle ‘Rock Rage’, the ‘Toboggan’ Rollercoaster and the Bungee.
The fair runs from Friday, October 10 until Saturday October 18. It is open from daily between 2pm and 11pm with the exception of this Friday when it opens from 5pm until 11pm. The fair is closed on Sunday.
Some of the smaller children’s rides can cost as little as £1 but the large flagship rides will cost up to £5.
Park and Ride
Park and Ride will run between Friday and Saturday October 18.
From Humber Bridge car park between Monday and Friday, the first bus will run at 5pm, then every 10 minutes until 9pm. On Saturdays the first bus will run at 1pm every 10 minutes until 9pm.
From Priory Park and Ride car park, between Monday and Saturday, the first bus will run from 1pm, then every 10 minutes until 10.40pm.
Buses return from KC Stadium at regular intervals from 5.30pm Monday to Friday and 1.30pm on Saturday until 11pm.
• Adult return tickets £2.50.
• Child return tickets £1.
• Family 2 adults and 3 children tickets £6.
Humber Street Sesh is a one day festival to promote and celebrate the excellence and diversity of Hull’s Creative Community. Featuring over 150 local bands across 10 stages with a comedy stage, skate park, pop up cinema, art galleries, photo exhibitions, street theatre a street market and street entertainers all squeezed into the fruit Market area.
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Wristbands can be purchased for the website or from selected outlets. Wristbands are priced at £3.
Under 12’s go free with a paying adult.
Hull Box Office