Hull Food Partnership aims to be a hub for individuals and organisations to connect and learn from one another, with this in mind we have begun to develop this resource section so that you can explore the interlinking issues that impact upon sustainable food provision and how you can get involved.
Here you will find inspiration in the form of books, websites, podcasts, TED talks and much more. All from a local, national and global perspective. If you know of something you think would be useful please submit it to us via the contact us form and we will consider it for inclusion.
Hull Food Partnership Resources
Created by John Pickles for Hull Food Partnership, it will include all you need to know about get started with regards to growing in Hull and useful contacts who may be able to offer you help or advice. The Growers Directory is updated annually.
The Hull Food Partnership is currently developing a map of all food activity across the city. Check back for more information soon!
Hull Food Partnership Monthly email
New emails will be published here as they are released.
Find out more about the Hull City Council's local plan for 2016 - 2032 and available resources.
Transition & Permaculture Hull has an abundance of resources on how to "live more lightly on the earth" according to permaculture principles. Arrange visits to local sites which use the permaculture philosophy, borrow from their library of books or loan a film.
Rooted in Hull is an urban agriculture project transforming a derelict dry dock near Drypool Bridge. Using shipping containers and raised beds to create a “farm in a box”, Rooted in Hull is an innovative, urban farming initiative in the centre of the city.
Gardens and Open Spaces Hull is a grassroots campaign encouraging a community-led strategy to tackle food insecurity and access to green spaces in Hull. The campaign brings together growers, wilders and foragers across the city.
The Growers’ Network is aiming to build a dynamic economy around local food in Hull. The network is created to allow existing growers to exchange skills and inspire other members of the community to start growing produce, get outdoors and meet others. The network will enable Hull to plan as a city what is grown and how surplus produce is shared. In addition, the network will organise local skills exchanges and cooking sessions, with shared community meals.
The Feast Collective is a network of local growers and chefs across from Hull and the East Riding. Since 2015 it has hosted annual ‘feastivals’, using gluts from locally grown produce across allotment sites, farms and other growing spaces, and turning it into delicious fayre, given away for free to the people of the city.