Fun Day to mark official opening of Training & Enterprise Centre
Hull City Council and Hull Kingston Rovers are inviting residents to the official opening of the Craven Park Training and Enterprise Centre.
The event, which is being organised by Hull Training, takes place on Saturday 15th February and will run from 11am–3pm with the official opening taking place at 1pm by Council Leader, Councillor Stephen Brady.
There will be a number of free activities for children and families to get involved in including rides, face painting, driving simulators, bouncy castles and puppet making, as well as a visit from Hull Kingston Rovers’ Mascot Rufus the Robin.
Local organisations including the Greatfield Partnership, Humberside Fire & Rescue, Humberside Police, NHS, Green Prosperity, the council’s Proud Parents scheme, Ambu-Med, Child Dynamix and the City Health Care Partnership will also be on hand to provide information on their services to visitors.
Gary Parkinson, Assistant Head of Service for 14-19 & Skills said:
“It is with great pleasure that we can we now mark the official opening of the centre. I hope that residents in the area come along to see how they might use it in the future, whether it’s for adult education, business start-ups or for the excellent conference facilities that are on offer”.
Hull City Council Leader, Councillor Stephen Brady commented:
“I am honoured to officially open this fantastic facility for residents, learners, businesses and of course rugby league fans to enjoy. A lot of hard work went into this project and I’m delighted with the final product.”
The event is free to attend and visitors can just turn up on the day. For more information about the event, please call Hull Training and Adult Education on 01482 300300.