Hull’s biggest, homegrown community feast returns for its second year – join us for a gastronomic event like no other!
A reminder that connectivity is as vital as the food we eat, this volunteer-led, free feast encourages strangers to come together to meet, talk, eat and remind one another that connectivity is as vital as the food we eat.
A culmination of a year’s work, over 100 volunteers, growers, community groups and allotment sites across Hull and the East Riding worked to grow and harvest produce which was then prepared by local chefs, share in the delight of locally grown and cooked produce, eaten as part of a true community feast.
This year, working in partnership with TimeBank Hull and Eat Riding, Hull Harvest Feastival 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.
In partnership with Hull Harvest Feastival, TimeBank Hull and East Riding, Artlink and Sustainable Food City Hull.
Supported by Keepmoat Homes, ABP, Colleta & Tyson & The William Jackson Food Group