The Freedom FEASTival is back for 2018 and we need your help to ensure that we sow, grow and cook a FEAST to remember. Get ready for a whole lot of meeting, greeting and eating!
Working in partnership with TimeBank Hull and East Riding, Hull Harvest Feastival, Sustainable Food City and Artlink alongside multiple community groups across the city, the Freedom FEASTival and has emerged as an enduring long-lasting programme rooted in a broader discussion around food equity, empowerment and community cohesion.
With a large serving of theatrics to go alongside this spectacular homegrown feast which will see over 1500 people participate, the Freedom FEASTival 2018, which will take place on the 2nd September is set to be a feast to remember.
From sowing to harvest – see the Freedom FEASTival through the eye’s of Artist in Residence Jerome Whittingham!
Podcast: Adrian Fisher at Rooted in Hull
Podcast: Robert Eunson at Newland Allotments
Podcast: John Pickles, Wilson Bed
Community groups involved: The Growers Network, TimeBank Hull & East Riding, Open Doors, Humber All Nations Alliance, Frith Farm, Myers Beck, East Hull Community Farm, Humber Centre, Pickering Road Community Centre, Sikh Temple, EMS, East Hull Community Allotment, The Goodwin Trust, Rooted In Hull and Humber Centre.
Supported by: ABP, Colleta & Tyson, Keepmoat Homes & William Jackson Food Group