As a follow up to the fantastic Hull Harvest Feastival, the Growers’ Network are hosting a cider making skill share at the TimeBank office. Wednesday 1:30pm. Aprons provided. Bring granulated sugar, lemons and sterilised glass bottles if you have any. … Continue reading October skill share – Speedy cider making!
The 2016 Hull Harvest Feastival is fast approaching and we now have a venue: Princes Dock Street (opposite Princes Quay)! The line up is being finalised, and we are pleased to announce that once again the Tenfoot Ukes will be … Continue reading Hull Harvest Feastival – Sat 1st October
The Hull Harvest Feastival is back! Last year, thanks to the generosity of the people of Hull – gardeners, allotment holders and community gardeners – we fed 500+ members of the public in the city centre for free in our … Continue reading Feastival 2016 – Can you pledge veg?
Come and view our new Growers’ Network map. Where is your nearest community food project? Do you have information that you’d like to us share on the map? Any non-commercial organisation involved in producing, preparing or distributing food for social … Continue reading Interactive Map
There is still time to register for the Mutual Aid Network Summit starting tomorrow 5th September. There will be 6 days of workshops and activities which offer practical introductions to the tools and mechanisms of exchange brought together within the Mutual … Continue reading MAN Summit – Workshops and programme
After a short summer break, the next skill share in our series will be at the Down-to-Earth Herb Garden on Salmon Grove, HU6 7SX (next to the University of Hull). It’s taking place on Thursday 8th September 12 noon – … Continue reading Skill share: Raised bed building
We have a wealth of gardening skills amongst us in Hull. What gardening skills would you like to learn on the Growers’ Network. What skills could you contribute? If you haven’t filled it in already, complete our full-member joining form … Continue reading Summer skill shares
Our second skillshare will be happening on Wednesday 22nd June. Meet at Timebank office 18:20 to leave at 18:30 for Frith Farm. We’re going up to see the exciting new Community Supported Agriculture farm on the outskirts of Beverley. Transport … Continue reading Skillshare: liquid fertiliser making
Thanks to everyone who attended the first Growers’ Network Skillshare last Thursday. Useful gardening tips and knowledge about understanding soil types and what can be done to improve them, were shared. After setting to work on the newly acquired plot, there was a great working atmosphere and great progress was made. The plot was transformed in no time! After some digging and mulching, the evening was rounded off with hot pancakes with marrow jam cooked in front of the shed by Carolyn, a great evening was had by all. Thanks to those who went. We look forward to the next … Continue reading The first skillshare at Newland Avenue Allotments
Our first Skillshare will be happening on Thursday 12th May. Meet at Timebank office 18:15 to leave at 18:30 for plot. A chance to share skills and meet up with other people interested in growing food. The first session will focus on planning your growing plot, ground preparation and sowing seeds. The skillshare will take place on the TimeBank allotment plot off Newland Avenue. Bring gardening gloves if you have them. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call TimeBank on 01482 427647. Continue reading Skill share #1