Food for Thought Talks

Hull Sustainable Food City presents: Food for thought talks

The Hull Sustainable Food City partnership is running a series of ‘food for thought’ talks during winter 2017-2018. These talks aim to bring inspiration, create discussion, and generate action around sustainable food in Hull. Everyone is welcomed.

Talks are open to members of the public but places are limited so please book via the Eventbrite link below. For more information about Hull Sustainable Food City or to sign up to our mailing list please contact Bryony –

HullCoin and sustainable food

Tuesday 5th of December 2017, 1pm – 3pm at the Annex, Community Enterprise Centre, Cottingham Road

HullCoin is a digital credit system that recognises and rewards positive social action by issuing HullCoin digital credits which are exchanged for discounts at local businesses and retailers. This event will be a talk about HullCoin and Sustainable Food followed by a discussion around how HullCoin could be used in our local food system support sustainable food production and sales, and alleviate food poverty.

Agriculture, Rural development and Food: some implications of Brexit

Tuesday 9th of January 2018, 12.30pm – 2pm, Warehouse 8, Guildhall Road

What does Brexit mean for food and agriculture? As part of the Hull Sustainable Food City ‘Food for thought’ talks, Nigel Curry from the Lincoln Food partnership will be talking about the possible implications of Brexit for farming, food and  agriculture.

Bryony MacFadyen
Hull Sustainable Food City Partnership Co-ordinator   

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