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Talking Tables

What are Talking Tables

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

You can spot a Talking Table by -

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

Current venues

You can find a Talking Table at one of the following locations -


  • Acorns Children's Centre Café HU9 4DB
  • Age UK, Porter Street HU1 2RH
  • Bransholme Library, Goodhart Road, Hull HU7 4EF
  • Bean and Nothingness HU1 2HU
  • Coffee 31, Waltham Street, King Edward Street HU1 3SL
  • Fred Moore Library, Wold Road, Hull HU5 5UN
  • Friendly Neighbourhood Café HU9 4JU
  • Greenwood Avenue Library, Greenwood Avenue, Hull HU6 9RU
  • Gypsyville Library, -730 Hessle Rd, Hull HU4 6JA
  • Harrison Park, Hall Road HU6 9DQ
  • Hull Truck Theatre HU2 8LB
  • Ings Library, Savoy Road Hull HU8 0TY
  • Octagon Community Café HU3 2RA
  • Parade 94 Cantina Octagon, Walker Street, Hull, HU3 2RA
  • Plug in Hull HU1 3SA
  • Redwood Glades, Leads Road HU7 0BY
  • St Margaret's Welcome Centre, Shannon Road HU8 9PD
  • The Blue Whippet Café HU4 6QE
  • The Coffee Pot, Savoy Road HU8 0TY
  • The Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre - Wednesday and Friday 10am-1pm HU9 2PP
  • Trinity Market HU1 2JH
  • Western Library, 262-264 Boulevard, Hull HU3 3ED

If you would like to find out more information, you can contact the Hull City Council via -

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