BAMEEN in Hull will be running a free 6-week programme starting in June, which offers unemployed women an introduction to the world of engineering, and uses aquaponics to teach engineering principles:
Transition & Permaculture Hull has arranged a second visit to Bakersville Allotment in Hull
On Monday 15th May instead of meeting at Boulevard Village Hall we will be visiting “Bakersville” allotment on the Newland Avenue site. This comprises an NHS project with well-established fruit and vegetables grown by volunteers following Permaculture principles, and is well worth a visit!
We may get the chance to look at other interesting plots whilst we are there. We will meet on the Newland site by the gate between 7.00 and 7.30 pm, and afterwards we will probably retire to a nearby pub for drinks and a chat.
The site is situated on Newland Allotments, at the end of Tavistock Street, Hull HU5 2LJ. Bakersville Allotment is the first site on right as you go through the gates.
Hope to see you there
The next meeting of Transition & Permaculture Hull will take place on
Mon 10 April 2017 at Boulevard Village Hall, Hull HU3 3EL.
There will be a Seed Swap from 7pm to 8pm, for people to bring along surplus seeds (can be ones you have collected or ones you have bought). Then from 8pm to 9pm the Annual General Meeting will approve the accounts, review the year and plan for the coming year. At 9pm we will have a Bring-and-Share Supper – all contributions of food are welcome, and we usually end up with a good selection. Everyone on the Transition & Permaculture Hull Mailing List is welcome to come along and join us at any stage. If you only want to pop in for the seed swap, that’s fine.
The AGM papers can be viewed or downloaded below; paper copies will be available at the meeting.
Transition & Permaculture Hull AGM 2017
Minutes of previous AGM transagm16mins
Review of 2016 whatwedid2016
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