This category includes sites that reflect the make up of the community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the people, such as social service organisations.
Based at Kingston Wesley Methodist Church. Overview of each section, officers, news, events, and contacts.
Includes history, band details, camp diary, photo gallery and links.
Offers a range of services including fitness, insurance, information and educational classes.
Labour MP for West Hull and Hessle. Includes biography, local information, photo gallery and contact.
Offers support to those who look after a relative, a child or a friend with an illness or disability. Includes links of interest and a forum.
Sir James Reckitt, the prime mover in the building of the Garden Village, wanted it to be possible for each resident to have more space to enjoy and to grow their own vegetables. The Garden Village was built between 1907 and 1910.
Helping communities and community-based organisations to develop innovative new services through practical learning, knowledge management and networking.
Group of hackers in the United Kingdom. Information about meetings, projects, and links to personal pages.
Discussion forum for the bikers community in and around Hull.
The Society was founded in 1948 and is one of the longest established Model Railway Clubs in the country. Club layouts range from 'N' gauge through to 'O' gauge via 'OO', 'EM' and P4, including a narrow gauge interest.
A congregation of religious liberals in Hull. Information about worship, activities, history and the minister, with contact details.
An umbrella organisation promoting the well being of BME communities in the Humber sub-region. Includes information about their programmes, membership, press coverage, and contacts.
News and information from Lib Dems in Kingston Upon Hull West and Hessle.
If you have ever lived in Sutton or Wayne then there will be something of interest for you here.
An alternative source of editorial comment and news for the city of Kingston upon Hull.
A local alternative voice for everyone in and around Hull. News and views on what life is like in 'ull.
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