Yorkshire Water manages Hull's drinking and waste water. Hull City Association Football Club adalah sebuah klub sepak bola asal Inggris. Im Jahre 1299 wurde die Stadt durch Eduard I. nach King's Town benannt. Ambos jogaram em 1983. Na temporada 2012/2013, o clube conseguiu novamente o acesso a Premier League. Hull Paragon Interchange, opened on 16 September 2007,[261] The word pairs spur/spare and fur/fair illustrate this. [252][253][254] The locally named yacht, Hull and Humber, captained by Danny Watson, achieved second place in the 2007–2008 race. Most of these people were placed in the city by the Home Office while their applications for asylum were being processed. [5] Hull had 95% of its houses damaged or destroyed, making it the most severely bombed British city or town in terms of number of damaged or destroyed buildings, apart from London, during the Second World War. Several well-known British companies, including BP, Smith & Nephew and Reckitt Benckiser, have facilities in Hull. Hull City Association Football Club, Doğu Yorkshire'da 1904 yılında kurulan bir İngiliz futbol kulübüdür. O Hull City Association Football Club é un club de fútbol inglés da cidade de Kingston upon Hull. Klubové barvy jsou oranžová a černá. It runs a memory clinic in Coltman Street, west Hull designed to help older people with early onset dementia. In 1914, there were 29 cinemas in Hull but most of these have now closed. [111][112], A 12.5-acre (5.1 ha) site waste-to-energy centre costing in the region of £150 million is also planned to be built by the Spencer Group. It is expected to have 24,000 people passing through the complex each day. The company was formed in 1902 as a municipal department by the City Council and is an early example of municipal enterprise. The St Stephens development is in direct competition with the Princes Quay Shopping Centre (1991), which was built on stilts over the closed Prince's Dock, and houses a variety of chain stores and food outlets. There is a statue of Hull-born Amy Johnson in Prospect Street. It remains the only locally operated telephone company in the UK, although it is now privatised. Both poets spoke at the Humber Mouth Festival in 2010. [324] [251], The city played host to the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race, a tough 35,000 miles (56,000 km) race around the globe, for the 2009–10 race which started on 13 September 2009 and finished on 17 July 2010. [288] The company plans to build an energy from waste plant at Salt End to deal with 240,000 tonnes of rubbish and put waste to a productive use by providing power for the equivalent of 20,000 houses. O início do século XXI foi um marco para o Hull. [69] Of the total number of homes 47.85% were rented compared with a national figure of 31.38% rented. [299] The highest achieving state school in Hull is Malet Lambert School,[300] [5] Sir John Hotham and Hull corporation declared support for Parliament and denied Charles I entry into the town. To provide greater travel flexibility, bus users can obtain a 'Hull Card' which can be used on services run by either operator.[260]. The following cities are named directly after Hull: The following people and military units have received the Freedom of the City of Kingston upon Hull. [100][101], The 'Boom' development was to be linked to the city centre by a new swing footbridge, Scale Lane Bridge, across the River Hull. According to the 2001 census data cycling in the city is well above the national average of 2%, with a 12% share of the travel to work traffic. At the start of the year there was a huge firework display attracting a crowd of 25,000. Na final, chegou a abrir 2x0, mas permitiu o Arsenal virar para 3x2, deixando escapar o título inédito. Hull is close to the Humber Bridge, which provides road links to destinations south of the Humber. Heavy snowfalls do occasionally occur such as in 2010. [294], The University of Lincoln grew out of the University of Humberside, a former polytechnic based in Hull. [141] Running along Spring Bank there is also an elephant trail, with stone pavers carved by a local artist to the designs of members of the community. These include a figure looking out to the Humber called 'Voyage' which has a twin in Iceland. [citation needed], Following the Local Government Act 1888, Hull became a county borough, a local government district independent of the East Riding of Yorkshire. The city has a theatrical tradition with some famous actors and writers having been born and lived in Hull. [77] Durante esse período negro que durou aproximadamente 40 anos, jogadores como Steve McClaren ( posteriormente técnico da seleção inglesa) e Brian Marwood foram os únicos destaques. Sir William de la Pole was the town's first mayor. [210] The 40 Larkin toads were displayed around Hull and later sold off in a charity auction. [50] The city is surrounded by the rural East Riding of Yorkshire. The city was once served by three competing daily newspapers, all operating from the Whitefriargate area Eastern Morning News, Hull News and Hull and East Yorkshire Times. Docks were opened to serve the frozen meat trade of Australia, New Zealand and South America. Before the bridge was built, those wishing to cross the Humber had to either take a Humber Ferry or travel inland as far as Goole. Durante meados dos anos 1970 e início de 1980, a faixa estava constantemente a mudar entre as duas versões do plain shirts e listras. [222] East Park and Pearson Park are registered Grade II listed sites by Historic England. [44], William Wilberforce is the most celebrated of Hull's former MPs. [223][224] [200] Hull was also the centre of a thriving inland and coastal trading network, serving the whole of the United Kingdom. Amongst those of historic significance with a connection to Hull are former city MP William Wilberforce who was instrumental in the abolition of slavery[45] The annual Hull Jazz Festival takes place around the Marina area for a week at the beginning of August. [315] The plan would require some modification of the dock to allow the ships, used for transporting the wind turbines, to dock and be loaded. [88] Other retailers such as Heron Foods, and Jacksons also began their operations in Hull. O seu campo é o KC Stadium, con capacidade para 25.400 espectadores. The city's port and industrial facilities, coupled with its proximity to mainland Europe and ease of location being on a major estuary, led to extremely widespread damage by bombing raids during the Second World War; much of the city centre was destroyed. No entanto, o clube na primeira partida contra o Notts County, em 1904, foram usadas camisas brancas, com calções negros e meias pretas. [272] On 24 May 2007 it sold its remaining stake in the company for over £107 million.[273]. Xogadores Cadro actual. Klubben har hjemmebane på The KC Stadium (Kingston Communications Stadium) i Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire.Klubben spillede i den bedste engelske række, Premier League i 2016/17 sæsonen, efter at man i 2013 efter to sæsoner i The Championship atter rykkede op i den bedste liga. In 2007 the Hull Metalfest began in the Welly Club,[208] it featured major label bands from the United States, Canada and Italy, as well as the UK. This recalls the short-lived Botanic Garden that once existed on the site now occupied by Hymers College. [92][93] The city centre railway station, and adjacent bus terminal were also redeveloped, and were official opened in 2009, as the Hull Paragon Interchange. KCOM's Internet brands are Karoo Broadband (ISP serving Hull) and Eclipse (national ISP). There is also an alternative club called Spiders, with music ranging from rock to indie. [236] and Hull RUFC who are based in the city.[237]. The first public hydraulic power network, supplying many companies, was constructed in Hull. The main drinking area in the city centre is the Old Town. [107] Planning applications for the plant were submitted in December 2011,[108] and affirmed in 2014, concerning 75-metre (246 ft) blades for the 6 MW offshore model. His tutor, Gerald T Harding, trained at the Royal College of Art, London and was awarded the Abbey Minor Travelling Scholarship in 1957 by the British School in Rome. Merchant's houses such as Blaydes House and some warehouses survive in the Old Town, where trade was centred on the River Hull, later shifting to the Humber docks. Sezone 2008./09. [163], Philip Larkin set many of his poems in Hull; these include "The Whitsun Weddings", "Toads", and "Here". Elephants once lived nearby in the former Zoological Gardens on Spring Bank and were paraded in the local streets. [130], The civic art gallery is the Ferens Art Gallery on Queen Victoria Square, a Grade II listed building. Winters are generally mild for the latitude with snow only occurring a couple of times a year on average and mostly only staying for a day or 2 before melting. Apenas em 1904, com o esforço de alguns jogadores, o time foi formado. [15], The town prospered during the 16th and early 17th centuries,[5] and Hull's affluence at this time is preserved in the form of several well-maintained buildings from the period, including Wilberforce House, now a museum documenting the life of William Wilberforce. Famoso pela força de seu grupo, o time chegou às semifinais da FA Cup, batendo gigantes da época como o Manchester City e o Newcastle. The Humber Mouth literature festival is an annual event and the 2012 season featured artists such as John Cooper Clarke, Kevin MacNeil and Miriam Margolyes. [217], Hull forms part of the Southern Vicariate of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Middlesbrough[218] and included among Hull's Catholic churches is St Charles Borromeo, the oldest post-Reformation Roman Catholic church in the city. Announced in mid-2011, and named 'Energy Works',[113] the proposed plant would process up to 200,000 tonnes of organic material per year, with energy produced via a waste gasification process. Durante a sua primeira época na Liga, Hull usava camisas laranja com listras pretas e calções negros, que eles continuaram a usar até a Segunda Guerra Mundial, com excepção de uma época, em que se usavam camisas azul céu. In the early 21st century spending boom before the late 2000s recession the city saw large amounts of new retail, commercial, housing and public service construction spending. [248] The first purpose-built cinema was the Prince's Hall in George Street which was opened in 1910 by Hull's theatre magnate, William Morton. The Humber Warhawks formed in 2013 are now Hull's American football team. Hull was the 2017 UK City of Culture and in the same year the city's Ferens Art Gallery hosted the prestigious Turner Prize. The generational and/or geographic variation can be heard in word pairs like pork/poke or cork/coke, or hall/hole, which some people pronounce almost identically, sounding to non-locals like they are using the second of the two variations – while others make more of a vocal distinction; anyone called "Paul" (for example) soon becomes aware of this (pall/pole). This was followed several minutes later by a much stronger F1/T2 tornado, which passed through and caused damage to residential buildings across the north-eastern suburbs of Hull. It opened in 1983 and has 270 berths for yachts and small sailing craft. Colors. Essas cores são o motivo pelo qual o Hull tem a alcunha de The Tigers, lembrando um tigre. Policing in Kingston upon Hull is provided by Humberside Police. This was originally built as formal ornamental gardens used to fill in the former Queen's Dock. Na Copa da Liga Inglesa, foi eliminado nas oitavas de final pelo Tottenham. The absolute maximum temperature recorded is 34.4 °C (93.9 °F),[60] set in August 1990. [142], In 2010 a public art event in Hull city centre entitled Larkin with Toads displayed 40 individually decorated giant toad models as the centrepiece of the Larkin 25 festival. Hull Cycle Speedway Club is at the Hessle raceway near the Humber bridge. It is a Grade II* listed building, built in the Neo-Baroque style by Hull's City architect Joseph Hirst 1903–09. It finished with a finale on 5 May at Hull Paragon Interchange, when recently reformed pop group Atomic Kitten appeared in a celebrity fashion show. The BBC has its Yorkshire and Lincolnshire regional headquarters at Queen's Gardens,[228] from which the regional news programme Look North is broadcast. Pretendido por grandes equipes, como o Leeds United e o Tottenham Hotspur, o grande artilheiro preferiu continuar no Hull, garantindo lugar cativo nos corações dos apaixonados fãs. In 2018, the 16th Pride in Hull festival saw attendees take part in the annual celebration of LGBT+ culture. [10][11], The River Hull was a good haven for shipping, whose trade included the export of wool from Meaux Abbey, which owned Myton. [180], In September 2013 a five-year partnership with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra was announced by the City Council. [239][240][241][242] It is also home to the Kingston Kestrels ice sledge hockey team. [184], In the 1980s, Hull groups such as the Red Guitars, the Housemartins and Everything but the Girl found mainstream success, followed by Kingmaker in the 1990s. [27][28][29][30] In the 2008 corporate performance assessment the city retained its "improving well" status but was upgraded to a three star rating. [81] Additionally, two covered shopping arcades remain in the town centre: Hepworth Arcade, and Paragon Arcade. Its distinctive cream telephone boxes can be seen across the city. Hull Arena,[238] is an ice rink and concert venue, which is home to the Hull Pirates ice hockey team who play in the National Ice Hockey League National League following reorganisation for the 2019–20 season. A instabilidade do clube pode ser explica pelas más administrações e por crises financeiras. De club speelt zijn thuiswedstrijden in het KC Stadium Geschiedenis. It is now a more flexible grassed and landscaped area used for concerts and festivals, but retains a large ornamental flower circus and fountain at its western end. Typically, the warmest day should reach 28.8 °C (83.8 °F),[61] though slightly over 10 days[62] should achieve a temperature of 25.1 °C (77.2 °F) or more in an "average" year. [123] On 20 November 2013, Maria Miller, the Culture Secretary, announced that Hull had won the award to become the UK City of Culture 2017. [134] There are other smaller exhibition spaces.[135]. [154][325][326], Musicians include: Paul Heaton of The Housemartins and The Beautiful South,[186] [26] The council was designated as the UK's worst performing authority in both 2004 and 2005, but in 2006 was rated as a two star 'improving adequate' council and in 2007 it retained its two stars with an 'improving well' status. In 1293 the town of Wyke was acquired from the abbey by King Edward I, who on 1 April 1299 granted it a royal charter that renamed the settlement King's town upon Hull or Kingston upon Hull. [124], Monopoly have released a version focusing on Hull, with attractions such as the Deep and St Stephens included. East Park has a large boating lake and a collection of birds and animals. Els pantalons són negres així com les mitges. On 17 April 1930 the last edition of Evening News was published after the paper was taken over by its longstanding rival the Hull Daily Mail. O Hull City surgiu em uma região, onde na época o futebol não era o esporte com maior número de fãs na região, dificultada principalmente pelas tradições da cidade, repleta de apaixonados pelo rugby. In 2007 the city moved off the bottom of these tables for pupils who achieve five A* to C grades, including English and Maths, at General Certificate of Secondary Education by just one place when it came 149th out of 150 local education authorities. Unlike many other English cities, Hull has no cathedral; but since 13 May 2017, it has a Minster, Hull Minster. He also won 23 England caps and played in the famous 5–1 victory over Germany in 2001. [162], Hull has attracted the attention of poets to the extent that the Australian author Peter Porter has described it as "the most poetic city in England". is the city's transport hub, combining the main bus and rail termini in an integrated complex. Artist David Remfry RA studied at Hull College of Art before moving to London and New York. The statue was unveiled at a ceremony attended by the Lord Mayor of Hull on 2 December 2010, the 25th anniversary of Larkin's death. It is anchored by a large 24-hour Tesco Extra superstore and provides many shop units, food outlets, a hotel, and a 7 screen cinema. The city's arts and heritage have played a role in attracting visitors and encouraging tourism in recent efforts at regeneration. Ídolo da torcida, Chris não se destacou apenas por seu faro de gol, mas principalmente pela sua lealdade. It now has a total student population of around 20,000 across its main campuses in Hull and Scarborough. Já nos Play-offs, acabou sendo superado pelo Lokeren (2x2 no agregado, a equipe Belga se classificou pelo gol marcado fora de casa). [175] and formerly The Hull Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, established in 1952,[176] Autor de 222 gols com a camisa do clube, o atacante inglês formou com Ken Wagstaff uma das melhores duplas de ataque que já vestiu a camisa da agremiação. [12], The port served as a base for Edward I during the First War of Scottish Independence and later developed into the foremost port on the east coast of England. La camiseta de l'equipació titular del Hull City és de color taronja. A subida da divisão mais baixa do Campeonato Inglês, para a mais alta, em apenas cinco anos, é a terceira mais rápida de toda a história do esporte na Inglaterra. As the biggest settlement in the East Riding of Yorkshire and the local transport hub, Hull is a natural focus for retail shoppers. It is used between 8 and 12 times per year and protects the homes of approximately 10,000 people from flooding. Hull has a large number of parks and green spaces. Although the fishing industry declined in the 1970s due to the Cod Wars, the city remains a busy port, handling 13 million tonnes of cargo per year. New plaques continue to appear on a regular basis and their content has occasionally divided opinion in the city.[148][149]. [172][173] There is a statue in his honour in the Market Square (Trinity Square), set against the backdrop of his alma mater Hull Grammar School. Some areas of Hull lie on reclaimed land at or below sea level. [319] [citation needed] There is a Mick Ronson Memorial Stage in Queen's Gardens in Hull. Industry in the city is focused on the chemical and health care sectors. [131] It is named after Thomas Ferens who provided the funds for it. Sezone 2013./14. It combines four museums around a leisure garden. The city has had a poor examination success rate for many years and is often at the bottom of government GCSE league tables. [246][247], The Hull Hornets American football existed from 2005 until 2011. [5] Another successful son of a Hull trading family was bishop John Alcock, who founded Jesus College, Cambridge and was a patron of the grammar school in Hull. It was built between 1972 and 1981, and at the time was the longest single-span suspension bridge in the world. The club, which acquired full member status in the British American Football League on 5 November 2006, played in the BAFL Division 2 Central league for 5 years. [89] Phase 1 of the project includes two office buildings and 51 new apartments. [279] However, after a year of "major improvements", the Home Office list released in October 2007 shows the force rising several places (although still among the bottom six of 43 forces rated). Hull has produced several veteran stage and TV actors. El Hull City es un club de fútbol de Inglaterra, de la ciudad de Kingston upon Hull en Yorkshire.Fue fundado en 1904 y actualmente milita en la English Football League One.. Luego de quedar tercero en la temporada 2007–2008 del Football League Championship, Hull City ascendió a la máxima categoría del fútbol inglés, la Premier League.

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