There will be another showing of the film ‘Tomorrow’ in Hull, arranged by Ground and Transition & Permaculture Hull, taking place at Ground on Tue 20 November 2018 at 7.30 pm. At the showing T&PH organised in September, a lot of people were impressed with the film, so the November showing is a chance for you to see the film if you missed it in September, or to see it again. The event is free.
Regarded as an optimistic film, ‘Tomorrow‘ 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 November meeting of Transition & Permaculture Hull will take place as follows:
Permaculture in your Lifestyle
MON 19 NOV 2018 at 7.30pm, Friends Meeting House, Bean St, Hull HU3 2PR
A talk about how aspects of your life e.g. home, garden, work, can be changed for the better by using Permaculture. The talk will be given by the Permaculture Ambassador for the Hull area, Lausanne Tranter, who will lead the discussion afterwards.
Hot and cold drinks and biscuits will be available. The event is free but donations to cover hall hire and refreshments are welcomed.
For background information on Permaculture see the T&P website at http://www.transitionhull.co.uk/permaculture/
For more information about this meeting or about Permaculture in general please ring Lausanne on 07816 141169
Earth First! Film Club presents BRAND III
Wed 14 Nov, 7.00pm, Ground, 60 Beverley Road, Hull HU3 1YE
Bring food to share if you can.
The idea of the EF!film club is to have regular gatherings to get inspired by those acting against climate change, ecocide, speciesism, and to chat late into the night and work out how to save the world. The next screening will be on the 20th November and will be a showing of Tomorrow, a really positive and inspiring documentary about the steps people all over the world are taking to combat climate change.
Transition & Permaculture Hull has signed up to the Hull Food Charter (http://hullfoodpartnership.org.uk/signup/) and the Veg Cities campaign (https://www.vegcities.org/) and would like to advertise the following event:
Celebrate the launch of ‘Hull Veg City’, a 12-month campaign to inspire people to grow, cook & eat more veg. There will be some spooky Halloween soup being served up on King Edward Street in Hull City Centre on Wed 31st of October 11.30am -1.30pm. Come along to find out more.
Please note that our regular meeings are now held on the third Monday of the month. Our next meeting will be:
10 ways to reduce your plastic use
MON 15 OCT 2018
Friends Meeting House, Bean St, Hull HU3 2PR
Presentation on 10 things you might do to reduce your plastic use, followed by a question & answer session. Refreshments will be available and everyone is welcome to this free event. Come along and share your ideas about moving away from using plastic for almost everything! Help us identify alternatives, and what plastic is really useful for. If you are in any doubt that plastic is a huge pollution problem check out these sites
and a short video based on the Blue Planet II programme that did so much to make the general public aware of the issue in 2017: