Sound Assignment

Full Interview

Cue 1

Hull city centre is almost orange barrier free, making walking around the city centre a pleasure once again.

Visitor numbers to the cities museums are hitting record highs, and this is all thanks to being City of Culture.

But one of Hulls most unique traders however,  has had to but his business on hold,

Neil from Hull Rickshaws explains what happened…

Cue 2,

The barriers are all but gone around Hull’s Fruit Market, with once empty buildings alive again.

New galleries are opening along side old faithfuls like Fruit in the creative heart of the city.

Cafe bars are thriving with the rise in visitor numbers, and for Hull Rickshaws this could be good news.

Doughnut Wrap

Hull Fruit Market is alive again. Businesses bring back to life old buildings that have stood empty for far to long.

New galleries are opening along side established venues such as Fruit in the creative heart of the city.

Cafe bars are thriving with the rise in visitor numbers, and for Hull Rickshaws this could be good news.

The City is going from strength to strength, sometimes you just need to look outside the box for a great new idea.

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