Talking Tables

Talking table logo

Talking Tables brings people together that are happy to chat.

Anyone can sit at a Talking Table. 

A Talking Table is somewhere for people to sit if they want to start or join conversations with each other.

How to spot a Talking Table - 

  • look out for a window sticker at participating venues in Hull
  • spot the Talking Tables sign on a table inside

Current venues

  • Acorns Children's Centre Cafe
  • Age UK, Porter Street
  • Bean and Nothingness
  • Bodmin Road Church Cafe
  • Bransholme Library, Goodhart Road
  • Cafe One 11, Newland Avenue
  • Coffee 31, Waltham Street
  • Fred Moore Library, Wold Road
  • Friendly Neighbourhood Cafe
  • Garden Village Tearoom, The Clubhouse, Elm Avenue
  • Greenwood Avenue Library, Greenwood Avenue
  • Gypsyville Library, Hessle High Road
  • Harrison Park, Hall Road
  • Hull Truck Theatre
  • Hull KR Heritage Hangout KCOM Craven Park - Third Thursday of the month 1-3pm
  • Humber Street Gallery, Humber Street
  • Ings Library, Savoy Road
  • Lydia's Newland Avenue
  • Parade 94 Cantina (formerly the Goodwin Café), within The Octagon, Walker Street
  • Plug in Hull
  • Redwood Glades, Leads Road
  • St Margaret's Welcome Centre, Shannon Road
  • The Blue Whippet Cafe, Hessle Road
  • The Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre - Wednesday and Friday 10am-1pm
  • Trinity Market
  • The Pennine, Pennine Way
  • The Artisan Coffee and Art, Newland Avenue
  • Western Library, Boulevard

If you would like to find out more information please email publichealth.hull@hullcc.gov.uk