The latest Covid Lockdown will mean Transition & Permaculture Hull will not be organising face-to-face meetings, events or activities. We will continue to maintain the mailing list and website. If you would like to join the mailing list please use the contact form to let us know.

Constable Community Allotment will be closed to visitors again. Lausanne will be maintaining the site with selected volunteers. She can be contacted on 07816 141169


Hull Food Partnership  produces a monthly newsletter packed full of info on food, growing, and the environment. There are features about local projects and links to online events. The February Newsletter can be found at

If you find the newsletter interesting please support the work of the partnership by signing up to the newsletter. Email your name and contact details to with the subject header ‘HFP newsletter subscription’.


Northern Hull Community Rainbow Garden has produced a newsletter covering the past few months. It can be viewed or downloaded from the website at:

More info about the Rainbow Garden, including a video tour with a nice view of the willlow arch, at


UK fossil fuel developments in 2021

Interesting review of UK fossil fuel developments, which include the local West Newton site in Holderness.



The Woodland Trust is offering free trees to schools and communities. Apply now and the trees will be delivered in March 2021

One Hull of a Forest is a project whose main aim is to plant trees, involving schools and businesses and the general public, to help increase the woodland cover in Hull and the East Riding.The project is linked to the HEYwoods strategy group, with a target to plant 1.2 million trees over the coming years, as part of the Northern Forest Initiative. It hopes to put Hull on the map as one of the greenest cities in the north of England. The project is managed by the ‘Plant a Tree Today’ Foundation (PATT Foundation) and the following link provides more info. They are looking for involvement in lots of ways and the link has a contact form where you can leave your details to find out more.

Treesisters  is a grassroots network of women planting over two million trees a year in the tropics. These are women committed to the restoration of our forests and the rebalancing of humanity’s relationship with the natural world, and you can join them.

Friends of the Earth Trees Campaign  calls for the tree cover in the UK to be doubled by 2045 as one of the best solutions to protect the environment and achieve net zero emissions. To sign the petition and read more:

Tree Aid is a UK Charity which works with communities in Africa to ensure they have the resources, training and support to grow and restore trees on their land.

Tree Aid

Ecosia is a search engine that plants trees. It uses the advertising revenue from your searches to plant trees where they are needed most.


Transition & Permaculture Hull is part of the Transition Network

Transition & Permaculture Hull has a copies of Transition Network Publications which can be borrowed on request

  • 21 Stories of Transition
  • The Transition Handbook
  • The Transition Companion
  • The Power of Just Doing Stuff
  • In Transition 1.0 DVD: from oil dependence to local resilience
  • In Transition 2.0 DVD: a story of resilience and hope
  • Voices of Transition DVD : community-led food production


Sites suggested by Transition & Permaculture Hull members:

page updated Nov 2020