The Peel Street Park regeneration project consists of physical works to the park including, new play equipment and football nets.
We have worked with Hull City Council’s neighbourhood team to add brand new play equipment which has been painted with unique artwork by local artist Sergej Komkov.
We’ve also commissioned a “Peel Street Park” mural by Lydia Caprani, brightening up the area using the “True Colours of Spring Bank” palette, developed by ArtLink and local residents. This stunning piece of art is now complete and ready to view!
Helping Hands at Peel Street Park
As part of #WeMadeThisHull‘s Helping Hands trail across the city between March and April 2021, we encouraged folks to hang their creations around Peel Street Park.
Our free-to-download template is below. All people needed to do was decorate it, write a message of thanks and display it for people to see.
Local residents displayed these at Peel Street Park, Spring Bank, by adding them to the fence around the greenspace.
In progress since October 2020
Peel Street Park, Spring Bank
This is an outdoor, site-based physical regeneration project that anyone can go and see.
Yoga @ Humber Street Gallery. Creative Hull, 2021. Courtesy of Absolutely Cultured © James Mulkeen
Yoga @ Humber Street Gallery
© Tom Arran
Parklife / Stories from the Shires
Fruit Factory Network site visit to Bloc Projects, Sheffield © Absolutely Cultured
Floodlights, 2021. Absolutely Cultured © Tom Stevens
© Funke Alafiatayo
In Conversation as Collective Strategy
© Kat Griffin
Sound Bath @ Humber Street Gallery
Peel Street Park Mural, Lydia Caprani. Absolutely Cultured © Gerry Smyth
Jasleen Kaur, Be Like Teflon, installation view, 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Copperfield, London
Flesh ‘n’ Blood, Jasleen Kaur
An evening with Tamar & Jo, 2021. Courtesy of Humber Street Gallery © Tom Arran
Imagination Alley, Absolutely Cultured © Tom Arran
Model City workshop, Absolutely Cultured © Thomas Arran