Here is a summary of forthcoming events at Constable Community Allotment or Boulevard Village Hall in February and March 2018.  

‘Pickering Road Community Orchard’ : 

Presentation followed by question & answer session. Sat 17th Feb,   6.30pm for 7.00pm   Boulevard Village Hall

Herbal Workshop :

Sat 24th Feb,  10.00am-1.00 pm, Constable Community Allotment, then at Boulevard Village Hall

Green Woodworking Workshops :

Sat 3rd March & Sat 10th March, 10.00am-4.00pm, Constable Community Allotment

Fermenting Workshop :

Mon 12th March, 7.00 pm-9.30 pm, Boulevard Village Hall

Willow Weaving Weekend :

Sat 24th March & Sun 25th March, 10.00am- 4.00pm, Constable Community Allotment

All courses are free, although donations are welcomed! You will still need to book a place on each course as numbers are limited.

Also planned – Forest Gardening Course delivered by Tomas Remiarz (author of Forest Gardening in Practice) in conjunction with the WEA. 17 -18 May 2018

For more information about these events or to book places ring Lausanne on 07816141169


A double bill of sustainable food talks in Hull by The Kindling Trust on Tue 27  February 2018

More than medicine: social prescribing, food growing and healthy cooking 
At Warehouse 8, Guildhall Road, HU1 1HJ , 2pm –4pm, Tue 27 February

Igniting the local food movement and increasing local production’                        Zoo Café,  80B Newland Avenue, HU5 3AB, 6.30pm – 9.30pm, Tue 27 February 

Both talks are free and open to all.  The evening talk will be followed by a discussion and vegetarian food.

The talks are hosted by Hull Sustainable Food City with Chis Walsh, founder member of the Kindling Trust.

See for more info about what the Kindling Trust does.

To confirm your attendance or more information about Hull Sustainable Food City Contact Bryony MacFadyen, Hull Sustainable Food City Partnership Co-ordinator  07712321413


Room to rent in old terrace cottage near Beverley town centre. £60 per week to include internet access and bills. Here at Green Gardens we embrace the Permaculture principles, earthcare. people care and fair share. We have a front room available from the end of March to October with the possibility of a longer let. The room has own private entrance with shared living room and kitchen with range fire, small basic loo and shower room. Large garden with option to join in veggie growing, campfires, shared meals and Time Bank events. If interested please ring Sally on 07907843778 for more details. (posted Feb 2018)


Transition & Permaculture Hull is part of the Transition Network

2018 Transition Network Newsletter

Publication 21 Stories of Transition

Transition & Permaculture Hull has a copy of this publication, and copies of previous Transition publications – The Transition Handbook, The Transition Companion, The Power of Just Doing Stuff – all available to borrow from the Transition & Permaculture Hull library – use the website contact form to get in touch.


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