What’s your story?
It’s not too late, we’re only just getting started.
We’re half way through 2017 and fabulous things are happening in communities across the city. From sprucing up dull garage blocks and creating works of arts in community gardens, to giving an artistic voice to Hull’s homeless community, our Community Brand champions are continuing to work their magic, playing an integral part in Hull’s story.
It’s not too late to join our gang and be part of the Hull 2017 action. If you have a story to tell and are doing something positive in your community, on your own or in a group, we would love to hear from you.
We have over 100 Community Brand champions who are doing really wonderful things. Want to see what some of our them have been up to? Click on the links below.
- Rainbow Community Garden
- Hull Homeless Community Project
- Cleeve Primary School
- Rainbow Garages
- Wyke College
- Child Dynamix
We love hearing from people who want to be part of the Community Brand, but there are a few people who aren’t able to use the brand:
- Promoters of artistic or cultural events and private-sector organisations that are not official funding or creative partners of Hull 2017.
- Charities or non-profit organisations using Hull 2017 for fundraising or campaigning.
- Organisations not ethically aligned to Hull 2017’s values.
- Anyone using the brand for political, financial or personal gain.
The group behind hidden gem in the middle of a busy north Hull housing estate are a proud member of our Community Brand. Find out how their garden is thriving in 2017.
Supporting homeless and rootless people in Hull, the HHCP started a community project in 2017, giving each of their companions a disposable camera to show the UK City of Culture through their eyes.
Unleashing creativity into the classroom and beyond, fantastic things are happening across Hull’s Primary schools – including at Community Brand member Cleeve Primary School.
These vibrant, rainbow-painted garages celebrate diversity in an unusual way, just off Princes Avenue.
An action-packed programme of cultural events and a proud cultural identity make Wyke Sixth Form College a perfect Community Brand case study.
With activities from community arts days to electric car races, Child Dynamix offer support to children, young people and families in Hull.