Integrating Hull multicultural community through local culture, art, tradition and heritage. 

Hullitage is a unique creative project that helps local members of #BAME communities to integrate and feel in Hull like home. 

Our participants gain knowledge about local history, heritage, culture and art. They visit Hull cultural venues and events.


our creative sessions

Hull creative industries

The participants gained knowledge about Hull industries: renewable energy, theatre, music, technology, etc. 

history and tradition of hull fair

As part of the project, we learnt about the long and rich history and tradition of Hull Fair. Unfortunately, this year the fair has been cancelled due to Covid19, but we still celebrated the colourful and entertaining event with fish and chips and traditional fair sweets.

We created #HullFair advertisements in Pashto, Kurdish, Spanish and Bengali. Have a look below!

famous hullensians

This week we have been researching lives and work of famous Hullensians. We learnt about artistic achievements of Richard, Bean, Philip Larkin, Lucy Beamount, Andrew Marvell, Barrie Rutter, Mike Ronson, Sean McAllister. We also investigated work of John Venn, John Prescott, Lil Bilocca and sport careers of Dean Windass, Tommy Coyle and Luke Campbell and many many more.

city trips to learn more

To gain more knowledge about Hull’s culture, history and heritage, we have planned several city trips. 

The deep


hull truck theatre


william wilberforce museum

OIP (1)

hull fishing heritage centre


Streetlife museum


humber bridge