Meet Jayne:

I’ve always had a creative background, and a love of all things paper so the craft industry just seemed a natural fit to me. In 2001,  I took a leap of faith and guest hosted the first live one hour scapbooking show on QVC. From that very first show things snowballed. I was invited to be the keynote speaker at CHA  in Los Angeles California speaking to owners and ceo’s of the card and craft manufacturing sector from all over the world about trends in the European Market.

I started a design and plastic manufacturing company and for 12 years I was guest hosting my own and other companies products on Qvc, Ideal World and Create and Craft shopping channels. During this time I wrote a book on scrapbooking and many articles for different craft publications and have taught and presented throughout Europe and America

At some point I decided to launch my own magazine which became a national publication, launching on Create and Craft., this became my love, when I stepped out of the crafting world I vowed if it were ever possible I would go back to publishing again. 

2018 saw the birth of The Hull Hub and a return for me to what I love to do.

I have been very blessed to be able to share what I love to do and have a career out of it over the years. I still consider my family my greatest achievement.

Thanks to all of you for making this possible

Meet Lyn:

I was a social worker for 32 years, have worked from cradle to grave starting my career as a nursery nurse in a residential nursery for 2 years before becoming a matron of a childrens home for 9 years, run a playgroup for socially deprived children for 2 years, worked as a field social worker in child protection for 15 years,during which time I trained as a practice teacher for Social Wok students. I then became a Specialist Stroke Social Worker at HRI until I retired at 49 to start a 12 year Network Marketing Business .Followed by my own Bridal Flower Business, which is temporarily on hold due to my work on The Hull Hub


A pioneering Paperzine(Newspaper/magazine) with a unique positive influence, Instrumental in promoting healthy positive mindset, a platform for local people and businesses to share their stories, encouraging readers and communities to reach their greatest potential by sharing their creativity.


The Hull Hub is the only locally owned and operated Paperzine, its published by local people, for local people, about local people, supporting local people. We aim to be a real community paper, an outlet who really cares and nurtures the people it promotes and works with.
To raise the profile of Hull and its people by bringing communities together and sharing our POSITIVE NEWS!
Providing local people and business’ the opportunity to have their work and experiences published and shared on all our avenues of media .
To provide top quality advertising and exposure to all business owners so they can promote their product or service at affordable competitve rates.
Through our work and contacts within local communities, and all our media sites we engage with thousands of readers, offering opportunities for businesses to reach a vast audience.
To raise awareness of our emergency services/ Charities and their good works within the community
To showcase our children, schools and their achievements
To give a strong voice to our local Arts, Culture and Sports community, to spread the word about all the great events taking place in the Hull area.


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