TRANSITION & PERMACULTURE HULL FILM SHOWING
The film ‘Tomorrow‘ is a documentary film which focuses on solutions to the environmental challenges we face and has had some excellent reviews. It has not yet been shown in Hull, and we have organised a screening on
Monday 17 Sept 2018 at 7.30 pm
Friends Meeting House, Bean St, Hull HU3 2PR
Regarded as an optimistic film, it identifies initiatives that have proven themselves valuable in ten different countries around the world. These concrete solutions to environmental and social challenges of the twenty-first century include examples from agriculture, energy, economy, education and governance. Entry is FREE and the film will be followed by a discussion and refreshments
The Hull Vegan Festival will take place on Sat 15 September from 10am to 4pm at the Mortimer Suite in Hull City Hall, Carr Lane, Hull HU1 3RQ
Delicious vegan food, entertainment, stalls, talks and a chance to network. This informative event open to all. You don’t need to be vegan to attend, but are welcome to come along and see the great variety of stalls and food to sample. There will also be educational and inspiring talks, information, and advice. Enjoy some live, acoustic, music and entertainment while enjoying some delicious food and drinks from the hot food caterers. All proceeds to animal rescue.
There are still places on this residential weekend for young people interested in permaculture. Participants should be between 18 and 30 years old. The course is being held in the YHA at Beverley Friary, and starts with a meal in a local restaurant on the Friday evening and includes a visit to Frith Farm on the Sunday.
The weekend is grant funded, with a nominal suggested donation of £15. All training, accommodation and most meals will be included for the duration of the weekend. There will also be bursaries available to help towards travel costs.
For more information and to book a place see
Join us for another day of willow weaving at Constable Community Allotment! You’ll learn how to weave willow shapes and animal sculptures with Graham Johnson. Learn the techniques and even make something to take home! Children especially welcome to take part!
Free Feast at Constable Community Allotment, Hull HU3 3DF
The Freedom Feastival team will be practicing cooking on Sat 18 August (in preparation for the big event on Sun 2 Sept) and you are invited to come along from 1pm to 4pm
Transition & Permaculture Day, Sat 11 August 2018 at Constable Community Allotment, Constable St, Hull HU3 3DF from 11 am to 4 pm.
This one-day event is a celebration of sustainability and is free to attend. There will be stalls, speakers and workshops and everyone is invited to attend. There will be live music, kid’s activities and pizzas cooked on-site in the cob oven.
Confirmed so far are workshops on ‘Fermented food’, ‘Making rocket stoves’ and ‘Bring your broken tools to be repaired’, plus talks on Permaculture, tours of the allotment including the roundhouse under construction, and a stall where staff from Lush will run ‘Make your own toiletries’. There will also be an interactive exploration of how the ideas of transition and permaculure can be used within the local area.
We are also hoping to have ‘Willow weaving’, ‘Making bug hotels’ and a variety of stalls where local organisations can talk to people about what they do.
Any organisation wanting a stall, which are available free of charge, should contact Lausanne on 07816 141169
This event is being funded by the Permaculture Association as part of their Permaculture Ambassadors project ‘We love living’. The aim is to convince thousands of people to make a myriad of small alterations to their lifestyles that add up to a big change.
The next Transition & Permaculture Hull meeting will take the form of a permablitz at Constable Community Allotment
Mon 9 July from 7.30 pm at Constable Community Allotment, Constable St, Hull HU3 3DF
Please come along and help us with an evening of maintenance jobs which need doing on this substantial urban food growing site. Tools and refreshment provided and no particular skills required – we can find jobs to fit people’s abilities, watering, weeding, planting, etc. We will also discussing plans for the Transition & Permaculture Day which we’ve arranged for Sat 11 Aug.
If you have not visited the site recently, or at all, this is an opportunity to come and see what’s going on – someone can show you round. Our most recent addition is an eco-building in the form of an iron-age style roundhouse, which is under construction.
If you need more information please contact Lausanne on 07816 141169