© The Warren Youth Project

Window Design, The Warren Youth Project

Young people have been adversely affected by lockdown, not being able to leave the city, see loved ones or gain access to vital mental health services.

City-based mental health issues are on the rise and with a drop in levels of activity for a lot of people during the pandemic, residents crave the tranquillity of outdoor green spaces.

Many of the young people who access the services of The Warren Youth Project are on low income. This space sat opposite Queens Gardens is the only reason many of them will travel into the city centre, usually at their own cost. Feeling supported and empowered and seeing the familiar faces of friends for them is a mood-lifter, particularly given the past year.

As part of their creative expression activities, The Warren Youth Project brings you two Window Designs for Creative Hull inspired by young people’s hopes for the future of the city post-Covid-19, exploring open green spaces, friendship and why city centre based services are so important to them.

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Nearest toilets can be found at Queen Victoria Square and Trinity Market.
Nearest baby changing facilities can be found at Trinity Market.

Creative Hull will be taking place under the current government guidelines. Hand sanitiser will be available at each event, and if the event is indoors, you must wear a mask unless you’re exempt or under the age of eleven. If you are exempt, please let a member of our team know.

Social distancing will be in place, and we will manage the capacity of each venue on an individual basis. We ask that you visit us with your household or your support bubble.

Please listen to our instructions to help us keep each other safe.


Friday 16 – Sunday 18 July


24 hours


The Warren Youth Project
Queens Dock Chambers
47-49 Queens Dock Ave
Hull HU1 3DR

No booking required