Olympic medal winners helped light up the night sky heralding the start of Christmas at York's McArthurGlen’s Designer Outlet
Hull's Luke Campbell bags a second boxing Gold for the region
Hull's Luke Campbell shrugged off an attack of nerves to book his place in the last 16 of the Olympic bantamweight division.
Hull's Olympic boxing hero Luke Campbell has received his MBE from the Queen at Buckingham Palace today.
The 25 year old has been honoured for his services to boxing after clinching bantamweight gold at London 2012. After receiving the honour, he joked that the Queen should pop along to his first professional fight in Hull next month.
Sheffield's Kell Brook will return to action with a rematch against the dangerous American Carson Jones on July the 13th in Hull.
The unbeaten welterweight should have been fighting Devon Alexander for the IBF world title in the US this weekend, but had to pull out with an ankle injury.
Instead he now faces a a difficult fight against Jones, who ran him close in a brutal battle in Sheffield last summer. But another victory would leave him well placed to secure another world title fight - possibly in December.
Also on the same bill at Hull KR's Craven Park is Olympic Gold Medallist Luke Campbell's eagerly awaited professional debut, while Hull lightweight Tommy Coyle clashes with Derry Mathews for the Commonwealth title.
“This is going to be a special night for Hull and a massive night for British boxing,” said promoter Eddie Hearn.
Tickets go on sale on Monday.
Hull boxer Luke Campbell has announced on his twitter account that his first fight as a professional will take place on Saturday 13th July at Craven Park. The Olympic gold medallist gave up his amateur status when he signed with Eddie Hearn's Matchroom Sports last month.
Bidding has ended for a pair of signed boxing gloves from Hull's Olympic hero.
Dancing on Ice finalist and Gold medal winner Luke Campbell donated his famous gloves to the Lord Mayor of Hull who auctioned them for his charities. The bidding closed at £500.
The Olympic boxer came to the Calendar studios earlier for a chat about his Dancing on Ice experience and his plans for the future.
Beth Tweddle has been crowned the winner of ITV's Dancing on Ice.
Boxer Luke Campbell has been voted out of the Dancing on Ice final, leaving gymnast Beth Tweddle and actor Matt Lapinskas to perform the Bolero as they go head-to-head to win the title.
He said: "It's been a fantastic experience, I've loved every minute of it, I've learnt a new skill for life now and I've got some great friends out of it aswell."
Matt Lapinskas wowed the Dancing on Ice judges with his second routine of the final to achieve another perfect score of 40 out of 40.
The three finalists performed their favourite routine from the series for their second performance of the night, with Matt and Brianne skating to Chris Brown's Turn Up The Music
Beth Tweddle scored 37.5 for her second performance to Emeli Sande's song Clown, leaving her with a combined score of 74 out of 80 after two routines.
Luke Campbell scored 30 out of 40 with his routine to Little Things by One Direction, leaving him in third place with a combined score of 67 out of 80.
Actor Matt Lapinskas scored a perfect 40 out of 40 from the judges for his showcase routine to Mr Pinstripe Suit by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy in the Dancing on Ice final.
Gymnast Beth Tweddle, who performed to Car Wash by Rose Royce, sat in second place on the leader board after her first routine of the final with a score of 36.5.
Olympic boxer Luke Campbell trailed a few points behind Tweddle, after his routine to Crazy Little Thing Called Love by Jimmy Orion Ellis, with a score of 34.5.
Hull City Council has sent its good luck wishes to the city's boxer Luke Campbell as he prepares for Sunday's Dancing on Ice final.