Location: Hull Marina & Hessle Foreshore
There will be a flotilla of 70 boats on the River Humber forming up at various points, culminating at the Humber Bridge, Hessle. They will then sail back along the river (at approximately 9pm), reaching the Hull Marina for 9.30pm, ready for the Beacon lighting at 9.45pm.
As part of the national lighting scheme, The Deep’s nose cone will be illuminated for the entire Jubilee weekend – onlookers will be able to see the cone from land, and sea.
At around 9.35pm a lone piper Danny Flemming will stand atop the Deep and play Pipe Du Regnare, for what will doubtless be a wonderful spectacle. Following that, around 9.40pm, Mark Norrie will perform the unique Jubilee bugle call. The beacon will then be lit on the walls of Stage@TheDock.
To conclude the evening, at 9.47pm, A Life Lived with Grace (the official anthem of the Jubilee) will be performed by Hull Ladies Choir, The New Park Singers, The Wedding Belles and Hull Visual Choir together.
The main part of this event is located on Hessle Foreshore with live music etc. and the lighting of the Beacon. 2pm until 10pm: Platinum-Jubilee-Event.pdf (hessletowncouncil.gov.uk)
How to get to the Humber Jubilee (Hessle Foreshore) details here:
*NO VEHICLE ACCESS TO HESSLE FORESHORE PEDESTRIANS ONLY!
Parking will be at a premium in all locations and visitors are urged to use public transport and walk to the viewing locations.
There is strictly no parking available on Hessle Foreshore. Some parking will be available at Hessle High School and at the Humber Bridge lorry park; as well in Hessle Square and at Swinegate car park.
Park and Ride – A special, free, park and ride service will operate at frequent times between Priory Park, Hull, and Hessle Rugby Club (for Hessle Foreshore) between 5pm and 10.30pm (last departure). The service is being operated by East Yorkshire Buses with low floor, wheelchair accessible buses. Park and ride gates will be locked at 10.45pm. Toilet facilities will be available.
East Yorkshire Buses – East Yorkshire Buses operate regular services to Hessle. Please note buses will be running to a Sunday service. The nearest stop is Hessle Square (about a 15-minute walk to the foreshore). Service 57 operates hourly (in each direction) from east Hull, city centre and Hessle. Last service back to east Hull from Hessle Square is 22.51. Service 66 operates hourly (in each direction) between Hessle Square and Hull Interchange via Anlaby Road. Please note last service from Hessle Square is 22.19. Call BusLine on 01482 592929. Please note that Service 55 does not operate on Bank Holidays.
Stagecoach – There will be no Service 250 and Service 350 will run to a Sunday timetable (Please note last departure from Humber Bridge is 19.43). Service 255 will provide limited service between Hull city centre, Humber Bridge and Barton Market Place. Last journey from Hull Interchange to Barton is 22.35. Please check before you travel. Call 0871 200 22 33.
Humber Dock Street,
Hull Marina's excellent location in the heart of city provides the perfect choice for a permanent berth or for visitors. It is just a short stroll into the City Centre for either a spot of retail therapy or to visit one of the many historic hostelries and café bars.