Fluff (aka Psycho), a blue budgie, escaped from West Hull on Tuesday the 25th August, at approximately 9am. She has a blue belly, black and grey patterned wings, white head and brown nose.
She could well be anywhere, including Beverley etc. Please look in your back garden, in nearby trees etc. Tell your friends, family, co-workers, customers, gardeners, park caretakers and wardens etc, to keep an eye out for this little budgie. If found, please try and catch her and keep her safe indoors where I can collect her with her cage.
Your help would be greatly appreciated as I really need to find her. The weather will be getting worse, and I am worried about cats or larger birds getting at her, and also the lack of food and water available for her.
I have tried everything I can think of to find her, including putting adverts in the Hull Daily Mail, local shops, putting flyers round the houses in the immediate area where I live, putting her on facebook, registering her with the local RSPCA, Pet Search in Hull, and I have given her details to two local ladies who look after lost birds in Hull.
I have also placed an advert in Cage and Aviary Birds Magazine and put her details on at least 5 websites. I have tried contacting local radio presenters to make a brief announcement, to no avail.
I am running out of ideas now, and really need help to find her before it's too late. Please help.
A reward is available for anyone who finds her and keeps her safe for me. If found please contact Kerry on 07709848065.
News, Community - Hull University Mental Health Students Raising Money to Travel to Uganda
Local Mental Health Nursing students Carolyn Park-Young, Chloe Grannon and
Danielle Holmes are raising funds to help them travel to Uganda in March 2010 to take part in an international nursing placement at Mbarara hospital.
Hull University has a long established teaching link with Mbarara hospital but this will be the first time that students from Hull's Mental Health nursing department will travel to Uganda to observe their Mental
News - Swine Flu Information
The following information and advice about swine flu has come from Ivan Ellul, Chief Executive, NHS East Riding of Yorkshire, courtesy of Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce.
We have received the following advice from Yorkshire and Humber Strategic Health Authority (SHA) in relation to swine flu and pregnant employees:
Most pregnant women who are diagnosed with swine flu will show the same seasonal symptoms as seasonal flu - headache, cough, sore throat and fever.
News, Arts Free Theatre Tickets for Under 26's
Now here's something you don't see everyday - FREE nights out from Monday to Thursday at Hull Truck Theatre.
Here's how to get them:
1. Collect an application form from Hull Truck Box Office and fill it in. You only need to do this once and you will be able to book as many tickets for yourself as you like!
2. Post the form or drop it back into the Box Office.
3. Book your tickets by calling Hull Truck or dropping into the theatre.
News, Arts Write to Speak Featuring Tony Walsh and Dennis Just Dennis at Hull Truck on Wednesday 15th July 09
The next Write to Speak presents northern poets Tony Walsh and
Dennis Just Dennis at the Studio Stage at Hull Truck.
Supporting Tony and Dennis will be Hull poetry performers, Joe Hakim and Mike Watts with more of their down to earth poetry pieces.
If you've missed the previous shows, now's your chance to catch some real performances, showing you poetry like you've never seen it before. Edgy, dynamic and sometimes shocking, Write to Speak will challenge and entertain
News - New parking prices make shoppers smile at St Stephen's Shopping Centre
St Stephen's Shopping Centre continues to offer great service to customers by reducing the parking price to just £1.00 after 4pm during the week and all day Sunday.
From Monday 6th July 2009 Hull city centre visitors can enjoy this reduced parking price - perfect for after work shopping visits or meeting friends for a bite to eat and evening's entertainment at Reel Cinema or nearby Gala Bingo.
With all stores, now joined by Next, open until 7pm weekdays, 6pm Saturdays, and 8pm on Thursday, you can shop 'til you
News, Arts Take My Hand - Peter Lowsley
An avid follower of Hull City and with a life-long passion for the city, Peter Lowsley decided to champion both in his own words.
Peter's first attempt at writing a book, Take My Hand , is out now. Over the course of the last season Peter and his family followed the Tigers home and away.
'The book covers our historic first season in the Premier League and charts all of the games.' Although keen to point out it's not a string of match reports, Peter can't deny it's a real pro-Hull story!
News, Arts Write to Speak Featuring Luke Wright at Hull Truck on Monday 29th June 09
Following its sell-out debut at Hull Truck last month, Write to Speak, Yorkshire's first theatre
based spoken word/poetry event presents spoken word artist Luke Wright with his latest show,
A Poet's Work is Never Done as part of the Humber Mouth Literature Festival.
4Talent award winner Luke Wright might just be the hardest working
News, Arts National Write A Poem About the News Day 2009 with Kate Fox
Here's a chance for all you poets out there to reach a wider audience. thisisUll.com would
like to encourage as many local writers as possible to take part in this national event.
Instead of just tutting at what's on the news, everyone in the country is being asked to write a poem
about it. The first ever national Write a Poem about the News Day is launched on Wednesday June 24th.
News, Arts The Humber Mouth Literature Festival 2009
The Humber Mouth Literature Festival takes place in Hull between June 20th and July 7th 2009, presenting a wide range of events featuring authors, speakers and artists from the UK and around the world.
The festival celebrates literature, language and text-based arts, combining author events with special commissions and community projects, and builds on a year-round programme of literature development activities.
News, Arts Caffeine Nights Publishing Signs New Authors
Caffeine Nights Publishing is pleased to announce the signing of two
new authors to its fold. Crime fiction author, Nick Quantrill and
Neuroscience thriller author, Greg Dawe are the first signings for the
Kent based publishing company. Quantrill's novel, Broken Dreams - a gritty
urban crime thriller set in Hull, amid a background of local government
corruption and murder, is the first novel featuring Quantrill's new private
detective, Joe Geraghty.
News, Arts Picture Perfect with Hull College School of Art and Design BA Photography Degree Show - Friday 5th to Saturday 20th June 09
The Hull School of Art and Design BA Photography Degree students will be exhibiting their diverse array of works at The Red Gallery, Osbourne Street.
Experience first hand this explosion of new, emerging talent from Hull College students by visiting the exclusive preview taking place at 6.00pm - 9.00pm on Friday 5th June, where visitors can enjoy FREE drinks
News, Arts Creative Vision Photography Exhibition - Friday 5th to Saturday 13th June 09
Photography has, over the past few years, become a more and more popular past time for many people across the globe. Aside from the millions of people who now call it a hobby or a pastime the many genres of photography play a vital role in the lives of many people who have forged a career or intend develop one in this field.
The Creative Vision photography exhibition aims to show off
News, Charity - HERIB Mind Body & Soul Day ... Sunday 31st May 09 ... Ramada, Willerby
Are you a new business trying to promote your great products and services, or an established business looking for some fresh exposure?
If so, HERIB are delighted to provide you with the chance to show what you have to offer at our Mind Body & Soul Day on Sunday 31st May at the Ramada Jarvis in Willerby.
News, Arts Wednesday 27th May 09 - Write To Speak ... Spoken Word At New Hull Truck Theatre
Write to Speak is Yorkshire's first theatre based spoken
word/poetry event taking place on 27th May, 29th June and 15th July.
The first night, on May 27th will feature Joe Hakim and Mike Watts,
with support from Mandi Lowe. Taking performance poetry by the throat,
this show will be an unflinching observation of life in the twenty-first
century, an acerbic happy slap in the face of spoken word.
News, Community - East Meets West
The Youth Voluntary Club, Hull Kung Fu met the Shaolin Warriors for the first time on Saturday 25th April.
The instructors (Mike Mitchell, Odette Mitchell and Laurence Newton) have trained in Beijing, China for many years in order to bring back the traditional Art of Kung Fu and Tai Chi to young students in the Hull and East Riding area.
News - Here's (Humber) MUD in Your Eye For Creative Businesses By Julian Woodford
Sarah Humphreys, of Hull School of Art and Design, Mal Williamson, HumberMUD founder, and chief executive of Engage Now, with HumberMUD member Lucy Bateman.
An educational partnership is proving there's much more to Humber mud than you would imagine.
Yorkshire & Humber East Lifelong Learning Network (YHELLN) is putting its weight
News, Community - St Stephen's to Celebrate Primary School Enterprise Initiative
Reel Cinema and St Stephen's Shopping Centre will be hosting a special event
on Thursday 30th April to celebrate the first success stories of the award winning
Make £5 Blossom scheme.
St Stephen's has been working in partnership with Kingston-upon-Hull City Council
sponsoring the revolutionary Make £5 Blossom schemeRead more...
News - Get Fit and Lose Weight Army Style
British Military Fitness Classes in East Park, Hull. Get fit outside - feel good inside
A new way of getting fit is about to start in East Park, Hull. British Military Fitness (BMF) classes
commence at 7pm on Monday 27th April with classes continuing on Wednesday at 7pm and Saturday at 10am.
News - Hull and East Riding Green Party Statement on G20 Police Violence
The Green Party of Hull and East Riding abhors the unnecessarily aggressive police tactics used to marshall the legitimate G20 demonstrations on 1st April in London.
The Green Party upholds the right to peaceful demonstration. In this case people had gathered to show their distress at the consequences of irresponsible banking practices.
News, Charity - Great North Run: 15 Guaranteed Places
Calling all runners and aspiring runners, HERIB, your local charity for blind and partially sighted people, have 15 GUARANTEED PLACES for the GREAT NORTH RUN and are looking for volunteers to undertake this inspiring challenge!
The Great North Run is the most popular half marathon in the world, and one of the most exciting events in the sporting
News, Arts Studentfest 08 Winners Films at This Years Leeds, Reading, Latitude and Hull Short Film Festivals
Winners of Studentfest 08 will have their work shown at three of the year's
big festivals. The winning films by Daniel Boyle, Andrea Malaskova, Loran Dunn, Zahid
Chohan, will also be shown at the Hull International Short Film Festival on
Tuesday 21st April 1pm-2.30pm at the Reel Cinema, Hull, (subject to approval from the festivals). This year's line up includes:
News, Arts Local Heroes Film and Photographic Exhibition: The Courtroom - Hull Maritime Museum
Open to the public: Saturday 28th March until Monday 22nd June 2009
Pupils from Maybury Primary School present Local Heroes, a
photographic and film exhibition part of the award winning Campaign!
Make an Impact project.
Campaign! Make an Impact is a British Library led project developed in
partnership with Hull Museum Education.
The project provides young people with the opportunity to explore historic campaigns,