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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by originallambrettaman, Jun 8, 2015.
Dunno but they're a Hull-based company so why not here?
The fish they land in Hull is getting trucked to Grimsby, so why not park the boat there to unload?
Dunno mate. Are Hull dock charges a lot less than Grimsby's?
Mike Ashley's back in with a last minute rescue package for Debenhams.
Pah who cares?
When is he finally going to offload the biffas and buy Hull City?
why is the uks sea food delicacy fish and chips? as nice at is
being an island you'd think sea food would be a huge cuisine here
Humber Street Sesh statement on 2021 tickets after Hull Box Office goes bust
Rescheduled tickets for the 2021 event are no longer valid as VMS Live goes into liquidation
There has been an added complication for some who purchased tickets for this year's cancelled.
Sesh Events, who run the festival, announced the event would be rescheduled for summer 2021, with tickets purchased for the year able to roll over to the next event.
However, VMS Live who are the owners of Hull Box Office, has gone into liquidation on the back of 2020's economic impact.
This means all tickets purchased via them for the 2020 festival are no longer valid for next year's Humber Street Sesh.
The people whose jobs are at risk might care. Or have I been whooshed? Wouldn't be the first time...
I just showed my Dad who spent going on 30 years at sea..... he just said 'wow'!!! (got the maths right now)
Most of the big cornerstone stores are being considered as residential.
Newbury is a perfect example of town centre that has large department stores with residential apartments above and mixed parking below.
Exactly what I thought. I did see one bloke in a tarpaulin apron with a filleting knife though!
It makes it look like a cruise ship. Right lads, that was the recruiting advert, here's the day job...
But its main shopping development has lost its key stores John Lewis and probably Debenham along with a few smaller stores
Even thats not a REAL trawler DMD.....
The Kirkella was/is a J Marr vessel. This one I am not sure who the owners are whether it is still Marr?
Edit. I just checked, yes, it is owned by Marr.
Didn't one of the Hull companies name all their boats ending ella like Kirkella , westella etc. Another Hull company called their boats Artic ...
It says in the bit about that new Kirkella that the owner is UK fisheries.
I think this is your specialist subject.
UK Fisheries owns Boyd Line and Marr's, and another boat called Farnella.
It's disappointing that they didn't incorporate the name of the Estuary into one of the boats. The Humberella has a certain ring to it.
Seem to think there was a Junella belonging to Marrs.