November blog from the ChairHilary Hamer, Chair of Hull Food Partnership considers food production and environmental impact:“Recently speaking at the Waterline Summit in Hull, I was happy to showcase the urban farm Rooted in Hull that offers a space and uses small scale practical ideas that provide solutions for all of us to consider how […]


Joining the Hull Food Inequality Alliance

Join the Hull Food Inequality Alliance – 16th November 2020Please welcome Cara Bilson who has recently taken on the role of Hull Food Inequality Officer for Hull Food Partnership.Drawing on her two years community campaigning experience, and her insight into local food insecurity challenges, Cara is determined to contribute to greater meaningful development of Hull’s food landscape. As […]

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Could you be a Veg Advocate?

We are looking for Veg Advocates for Hull – do you have what it takes? 21st October 2020Hull Food Partnership is supporting Peas Please in their search for 100 Veg Advocates across the UK.A Veg Advocate has a unique opportunity to change the food system and be part of a national cause. People’s voices, through […]

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Eat Them To Defeat Them is BACK for October!

Eat Them To Defeat Them is BACK for October – 16th October 2020The Veg Power Eat Them To Defeat Them campaign is running again during October and Hull Food Partnership have organised free activity books to be distributed to 20+ selected primary schools across Hull. The autumn campaign has been run to coincide with the […]

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Peas Please Award!

National recognition for Hull Food Partnership – 12th October 2020We were delighted to be nominated for the phenomenal work that John Pickles did whilst working for Hull Food Partnership on the Veg Cities campaign. As a result of his hard work, Hull Food Partnership was named the runner up for the Veg City Prize at VEG […]


Veg Cities 2019-2020

Hull Veg City 2019-20 programme Veg Cities Hull exists to increase the growing, cooking and eating of vegetables in Hull. We work with organisations such as Hull Healthy Lifestyles, Hull KR Community Trust, Veg Power UK and many others. We are doing this by organising events, challenges and promotions that inspire and motivate people to […]


Kindling Trust

On the 16th July 2013 Food4Hull organised a free, public event: Inspiring Food Stories from Manchester and action we can take in Hull Helen Woodcock & Chris Walsh from The Kindling Trust came over from Manchester and gave an inspiring talk about some of the things they’d achieved in Manchester.  Here’s a (brief) summary for […]

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Holly’s Healthy Meals for Under £3 (Part 2)

Healthy meals for under £3 – part 2 by Holly Stephenson, 3rd year nutrition student Welcome back to part 2 of the quick, easy, and healthy recipe saga! I hope you’ve had a chance to try at least one of the recipes from part 1, and if so that they turned out as tasty as when I […]


Springtime in the Garden – WEA Course

Do you feel like trying a gardening course in 2020? The WEA in Hull are running a 10-week course. People on certain benefits might be entitled to a free course. Sow early seeds of your choice, and look at the possibilities of growing fruit trees and bushes and research how to plant them. Understand the […]

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Bean & Nothingness

Upon visiting a selection of Hull’s local independent cafe’s which serve home made soup, we also asked them a few questions about their lovely businesses, how they ended up running their own cafe’s, and what kind of produce they tend to opt for in their menus. Bean and Nothingness Q: What inspired you to start […]