Other websites you might like to visit, or
go back to the Angel's home page, or
go back to Sculpture News

Kevin Storch: If you like Hull's Angel, see more of Kevin's work on his own web site. A series of virtual galleries display a wide selection of the sculpture he has created for public and for private commissions.

Avenues Online: the Residents Association website. News of developments in the Avenues area: your opportunity to give feedback and comments to the Avenues Commmittee.

Visit the Past to Know the Present

Local history workshops, reference sources
and much more...
Christopher Ketchell, Local History Unit

Park Street Centre, HULL COLLEGE
Park Street, Hull HU2 8RR
Tel: (01482) 329943 ext 2952 Direct line 598952
Website: http://www.dixon115.freeserve.co.uk/lhu.htm
Email: historyunit@netscape.net

Hull City Council's own web site. Lots of info and events listings

KEYsite: this site holds lots of info about Hull and East Yorkshire, under categories such as Accommodation, People, Sports. They have a "notice board" where you can join in discussion of local issues.

Upmystreet: One of the most popular sites on the Internet for finding local information (eg things to do, property prices, schools).

Local area maps: Visit the Multi Media Mapping index - thousands of web pages containing information about specific places in Great Britain, and web site links.

The HUMMEC Flyer From Hull's Learning Service computer support team, based at the Education Centre, Coronation Road North. They produce a regular flyer for teachers, with details of resources, training sessions, and interesting web sites

Miracles and Parables: An important collection of 76 new works by Ian Pollock, the internationally-renowned illustrator (his work appears regularly in The Independent, Guardian, Telegraph and other quality papers). This site is a visual record of these works with close-up detail of each picture

The Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough, Yorkshire, UK - home of playwright Alan Ayckbourn and where his new plays are premiered. Their Web site has been voted "best British theatre site" by the Mining Company (an American organisation listing sites of distinction)

For somewhere to stay in Scarborough, we've found Interludes: comfortable, theatre-themed hotel, offering attractively-priced theatre breaks. Very welcoming. Phone Ian or Bob on 01723360513, or email: interludes@ntlworld.com.
Or you can visit their web site: www.homepage.ntlworld.com/interludes