New version to Council meeting story

Locals Apply for License to Sell and Serve food

A Hull café owner has been illegally trading for the past two months in Beverley road.

Mr Abdullah Genc, the owner, was proposing to sell food and drink after 11pm.

This has caused uproar in the community, as residents are unhappy about the appeal for the license, which will allow Mr Genc to keep open until 4am, as the levels of anti social behavior and noise in the area is already high.

Resident Miss Dawn Snowball said: “The noise is so bad in the area, it keeps us awake. My partner is a driving instructor and has caused him to cancel sessions due to lack of sleep.”

The premises are currently used as an adult social club where people go play cards, dominoes and socialise.

On 31 April 2016 Mr Genc applied for a license to legally be allowed to stay open until 4am each morning. Also so food and drinks can provide during these hours.

Humberside Police has recommended rules for the owner if granted the license. Including, no alcohol and that all food to be eaten on site. Also people under the ages of 18 must leave before 11pm

Many other residents are already unhappy about the current noise levels in the area with people hanging around on the streets.

Fellow traders Mr and Mrs Brine shared their concerns. Mrs Brine said: “At the moment noise levels are quite high with male groups congregating on the pavements on the street corner.”

Hull City Council has postponed the application because of the illegal trading. Mr Genc has been advised to take legal advice so he understands what he needs to gain the license and operate in this country.

 

Key notes

Mrs and Mr Brine have written to the Hull licensing committee asking that their first names do not be disclosed and what shop they own. When speaking to them they asked for the same level of privacy.

Final New Story on Event

Xfactor star Ben Haenow is coming to Hull

Pop star and heartthrob Ben Haenow is playing at Hull City Hall later this month. Phones have been ringing off the hook at the hall as fans are trying to buy a ticket.

The venue holds a maximum of 1800 people when standing, which means there are limited tickets and some fans will be disappointed.

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Image taken by myself

Girls around the city are going crazy and are extremely excited about the star coming to the town.

Bethany Richardson, nine, a schoolgirl from East Hull said: “I love Ben Haenow he is a brilliant singer. I watch the X factor all the time.” She added: “My mum is buying tickets so she can take me.”

Councilor Gwen Lunn said: “The Building needed a makeover and now it is a great place for events such as this one, it really helps to promote the city.”

Now a well-known face Ben is set to come to the town on the 27 April 2016. Doors open at the City Hall at 7pm. Tickets, which are available by calling 01482 300300 or visit www.ticketmaster.co.uk.

The British public watched Ben Haenow, turn from a van driver to becoming a huge success. Ben brought a rocker vocal sound to the competition. He is the former champion of the talent show X Factor. The singer won in 2014, beating fellow constant Fleur East by 57% of the votes.

It is said that he will perform his platinum award single “You got something I need” which was his winners track on the X factor. The track was originally composed by Ryan Tedder and Benny Blanco.

Ben celebrated his 30th birthday earlier this year and announced and gained an opportunity to work by the side of Syco record labels. Simon Cowell and Sony Music are the joint owners of the label. They have worked with musicians including One Direction, Little Mix and Susan Boyle.

There is wheelchair access and facilities available with lift, ramps and toilets. There is even more limited space for disabled people so bookings are required.

 

 

News Supplement – May (HDM)

1st Patch Story

The Family Day and Youth Event 

St. Charles primary school hosts ‘The Family day and Youth Event’. This event has been organised by the Catholic Church in Hull. Many different activities on the day from face painting, children’s games and workshops. There will also be refreshments.

The event takes place on Saturday 14th May and is between 10:30 am — 3:30pm

The event is free.

2nd News Story

FUSE ODG is set to appear in Hull later in May at the HU1 Music Festival. The will be lots of things to see and do from Live music, carnival dancers, street performers and international street foods.

The event will take place in Old Town of the City on the bank holiday weekend 28th to the 29th May 2016.

For the full weekend Adult tickets are £42 from the Hullboxoffice.co.uk website.

 

 

Council Meeting News Story (Draft)

 

Applicants who were proposing a Late Night Café in Hull have been illegally trading for the passed 2 months. Now are seeking to get a License to sell and serve food after 11pm.  Shop owner Mr Genc, wants the premises to be open till 4am each night. The premises are currently used as an adult social club where people go play cards, dominoes , etc. Over the last 2 months they have been open 4pm till 4am.

Humberside Police, have set out their conditions if granted the License. Some of these consist of No alcohol to be consumed on premises, people under the ages of 18 must leave at 23:00 hours and Food only to be consumed on the site.

Fellow traders Mr and Mrs Brine shared there concerns saying “at the moment noise levels are quite high with male groups congregating on the pavements on the street corner”

Many other Residents are unhappy about the noise levels in the area with anti social behaviour taking place.

Resident Miss D. Snowball states “the noise is so bad in the area, it keeps us awake, My partner is a driving instructor and has caused him to cancel sessions due to lack of sleep”

The Hull City Council Licensing Committee, has postponed the application due to there findings. Mr Genc has been advised to take legal advice on the matter.

 

Council Meeting Notes

Young Cafe, are looking to get a license giving them a late night trade.

Young’s cafe in Hull is down beverley road and sells coffee, biscuits, bread, muffins , etc.

Premises owner – Mr Abdullah Genc – speaks very little english and relies on his son to translate.

Applying for a licence to offer late night refreshments but already have been for the past two months illegally. This means they have broken the law.

Non-alcoholic refreshments, and children to be off the premises by 11pm.

Trading has been taking place between 4pm-4am, They said their busiest time is 11pm

Residents are not happy about the disruptions caused by drunk people on the streets and groups of men hanging around on the street corners.

The Son of the owners said they are not from here but people think they are. He also mentioned he doesn’t feel like they have done anything wrong claiming they pay there fees.

The business was signed over to Mr Genc 6 months ago but only have been trading for the past 2 months.

The premises were used for an adult social club – playing cards, dominoes etc. letting the older generation have somewhere to have a laugh and somewhere they could socialise with others.

The meeting was postponed so that the owners could get legal advice and the councillors made it clear that they where not to trade after 11pm.

Because of the meeting been postponed the applicant said they will be bringing a solicitor next time.

Myself and another student went along to this meeting. Notes maybe the same.

News Story (Draft)

Ben Haenow: Xfactor star is coming to Hull

Pop star and heartthrob Ben Haenow is playing in Hull, at the City Hall later this month. He is the former champion of the talent show X Factor. Which Ben won in 2014 beating fellow constant, Fleur East. Just pipping the win by 57% of the votes.

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Image taken by Myself

The British public watched Ben Haenow, turn from the average everyday van driver go on to become a huge success. Ben brought a rocker vocal sound to the competition.

It is said that he will perform his platinum award single “You got something I need” which was his winners track on the X factor. The track was originally composed by Ryan Tedder and Benny Blanco.

Now a well-known face Ben is set to come to the town on the 27 April 2016. Doors open at the City Hall at 7pm.

Girls around the City are going crazy and are extremely excited about the star coming to the town.

Bethany, 9 said “I love Ben Haenow he is a brilliant singer. I watch the X factor all the time.”

Since been on the X factor, Ben celebrated his 30th birthday which was announced that he had been given the opportunity to work by the side of Syco.

Dom, 19 said “Ben is amazing, hope I can get tickets.”

News Supplement – April (HDM)

First story

The Asda Foundation is hosting the annual Hull 10K, now seventh year running. They are looking for people to get involved all in aid to raise as much money for the Cystic fibrosis charity. The event will take place on 19 June 2016

The route will feature the picturesque marina and quaint’ old town.

All entries must be over 15

For more information go onto the website or call https://www.cysticfibrosis.org.uk/get-involved/fundraising/events/hull-10k, 02037 952 176

Second story 

Breast cancer seminar

Breast Cancer Meeting, now 8th year running will be held at University of Hull.

There will be speakers of international standing at the event, to discuss and exchange ideas on issues related to the oncology profession. become a part of this philosophy.

The event is on the 23 April 2016 at 8.30 am – 3:30pm If you have interest in going contact info@nimbussolutions.co.uk to register.

The event is free and Parking is available onsite

Third story

Humberside Boat Jumble

Light stream stadium hosts the first ever Humberside Boat Jumble. This is a dedicated marine market providing new and used items. The organisers have been running boat jumbles throughout the country for nearly 25 years.

The event takes place on Sunday 17th April and everyone is welcome for 10am.

Entry costs just £3.50 per adult and Kids get in free. There also is a free car park on the premises. Pet owners can even bring there dogs as long as they are on lead.