EMS – Cooking on a Budget

Environmental Management Services (EMS) based at the Freedom Centre on Preston Road are a community project very active in growing and cooking food with families in East Hull. One of the things they run is cooking on a budget classes. The main difference of their project has been actually getting children involved in the whole

Know Your Greengrocer

This July as part of the Veg Cities Hull campaign, we’re visiting Hull’s hard-working greengrocers to ask them about their work keeping the people of Hull supplied with fresh vegetables! We’ll also be asking a few friendly questions about their lives as a way of introduction, if you’ve yet to visit their shop. Visit our

The Big Lunch 2019 – Sat 1 June

TAKE PART IN THE BIG LUNCH – 1-2 JUNE 2019 The Big Lunch is about millions of people getting together to share food, have fun and get to know each other better.  It’s a simple idea – that for a few glorious hours, cars stop, shyness stops and neighbours come together in the street to

The Big Dig – 27th April 2019

The Big Dig is all about getting people involved in their local community garden. Link In 2019 Hull Food Partnership has supported 3 new or under-developed growing sites in the city to help them get their veg growing seasons started in 2019. .   The Big Dig day (Nationally: Saturday 27 April 2019) Volunteer for

Hull Seed Swap – 2nd March 2019

Hull Seed Swap on 2nd March 2019 was a great success with 200+ attendees, 4 interesting talks, 1 cooking demo, a poetry reading performance and 1000s of seeds swapped! Photo Gallery Event Publicity below Hull Food Partnership and Transition & Permaculture Hull invite you to Hull Seed Swap 2019!   Saturday 2nd March 2019  10:30

Hull Get Growing 18-19 January

‘Hull Get Growing‘ is the growing part of the Hull Veg City Campaign. In January 2019 we have two exciting workshops coming up,  1) For Schools, children’s centre and community projects  2) For entrepreneurs.   1)      Community growing 1-day workshop for children centres, schools & community growing projects. Fri 18 Jan Hull Get Growing! –

The Power of VEG!

Happy New Year from the Hull Food Partnership! After a festive period when many of us night have overindulged, January is the perfect time to start new eating habits. This month, in the spirit of healthy eating, the Hull Veg City theme is nutrition and we’ll be featuring a veg-based blog written by two local

Sign the Hull Food Charter

The Hull Food Charter sets 8 objectives for the city in working towards a flourishing local food system which is both healthy and fair for people and the environment.

  • A Better Food Culture
  • Increase Food Knowledge and Skills
  • Promote Healthy Food
  • Work Towards Food Equality
  • Encourage a Sustainable Food Economy
  • Develop Sustainable Supply Chains
  • Increase Food Production
  • Reduce Ecological Impact 

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