4th November 2022
Hull Minster's Library
Come and read about Hull Minster's 350-year-old library and the fascinating books within!
21st October 2022
A Pinch of Salt: Salt Plates in Georgian and Victorian Graves
A lot of pottery has been found in Georgian and Victorian burials in the Minster churchyard and in Holy Trinity Burial Ground in Castle Street: plates, dishes and cups found in coffins. Why are they there?
22nd September 2022
Hull Holy Trinity in sources Part II- The long 18th century (1700-1837)
In the second part of our series we investigate how Hull Minster was understood and interpreted in the 'Long' 18th century, from 1700-1837.
26th August 2022
Hull Holy Trinity in sources I- 16th and 17th centuries
Hull's central church is the keystone of the city's heritage. Come and read actual accounts of the church from the 16th and 17th centuries!
7th April 2022
The Parmentier Painting - how it lost its apostles
How did this huge painting travel around the county and why?
1st March 2022
Capital Virgins - St Barbara and St Catherine
Who are the mysterious ladies at the top of the nave columns?
1st March 2022
Meet the Crowles
Learn more about a family with huge influence in the city
26th July 2021
Medieval 'labelstops' at Hull Minster
Hull Minster is home to many intriguing 'labelstops' - small decorative carvings the offer a glimpse into medieval life.
24th July 2021
Walter Crane, master of the Arts and Crafts Movement
Discover more about the artist Walter Crane, who designed two of Holy Trinity's most colourful stained glass windows.