Your Hull is a series of light-hearted interviews with local business owners. These sponsored Q&As help to cover the cost of running and maintaining this website, all while celebrating Hull as an amazing place to live, work and play.
Liam Dawson is the owner of Total Home Developments, which provides glass replacement and new doors and windows to homeowners and small businesses in East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire.
Hi, Liam. First of all, where’s the best place to grab a bite to eat?
The Kingswood Pub is one of my favourite places to eat. It’s nearby, reasonably priced and they always do a good steak!
If you had a surprise day off, where in Hull would you go?
The nearest golf course! Usually Sutton or Ganstead – golf is my favourite thing to do on a day off.
What’s your favourite green space in Hull?
Any golf course!
Which entertainment venue do you visit most often?
Probably the cinema. My favourite is Odeon – nachos and recliners are a perfect combo.
Apart from home, where do you go when you want to relax?
The golf course. There might be a theme here…
What would you say is Hull’s best pub or bar?
Probably Tribal on Kingswood as it has a great atmosphere (maybe not on a Saturday night for me though, as it gets very busy).
Which local building or landmark do you think is the most iconic?
The Humber Bridge – it’s always what we look for when coming home after being out of town.
If you fancy something sweet, where do you go or order from?
We love the gelato cafes – can’t beat a good ice cream in any flavour you fancy.
In your own words, why is Hull such a great place to live?
There’s plenty to do, plenty of golf courses, friendly people, and it’s home.
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