Living with Water are out and about this summer talking about natural solutions that help mitigate surface water flood risk.
Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire has the second highest flood risk outside London with around 100,000 homes at risk of flooding.
The aspiration of the Living with Water partnership is to work together with the public sector, private sector and communities to co-design and develop water sensitive urban regeneration which manages flood risk and enhances the environment and improves the well-being of the region.
We are actively engaging all over Hull and Haltemprice this summer, so whether you have a community group, meet in a pub or have an event coming up and would like us to talk to your communities about flood risk and the work we are doing, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively come and see us at the following events, where we have plenty of exciting activities to have a go at.
Play the snakes and ladders flood game or make it rain on our flood houses, there’s plenty to do this summer with the Living with Water team.
Dates we have secured are as follows:
01/04/23 – Grasby Gala - Easter family event including an April Fools-themed Easter egg hunt, inflatable slide, cycle activities and crafts and games. Grasby Rd, Hull HU8 9DF
29/04/ 23 - Nature Trail at Pearson Park - Pearson Park, Hull
08/05/23 - Coronation Event - North Bransholme
09/07/23 - Hessle Feast - Hessle
19/07/23 - Driffield Show - Driffield Showground, Kelleythorpe, Driffield
28/07/23 - Beach Day at King George V Playing Field - Cottingham Road, Hull
23/08/23 - Pickering Park Playday - Pickering Road, Hull
24/08/23 - Cropton Park Summer Event - Cropton Road, Hull
30/08/23 - Pearson Park Summer Event - Pearson Park, Hull
02/09/23 and 03/09/23 - Freedom Festival - A three-day arts and culture festival, set in Hull city centre, with a wide variety of performances and exhibitions
09/09/23 and 10/09/23 - Humber Science Festival - University of Hull, Cottingham Road, Hull