Monday 28th March to Friday 1st April 2022: Bookings now open 

WEA Yorkshire and Humber region is excited to announce its very first sustainable living event.

The theme of the event will be ‘food for thought’ and is designed to bring together individuals, community organisations and local businesses to discuss the particular issues which affect people’s access to healthy, affordable and sustainable food.

Why you should come along? 

  • Take part in FREE thought-provoking activities, courses and workshops online and in-person. 
  • Keynote speakers include Gill Coupland, co-director of Zero Waste Leeds, and Jen Gale, author and founder of Sustainable-ish. (Click here to learn more about our speakers)
  • Hear from our WEA tutors and members of local partner organisations including Hull Food Partnership, Selby District AVS, Hull Time Bank, Incredible Edible Todmorden and A1 Collective.
  • Learn more about the Green Branch Network and volunteering opportunities with the WEA 

And don't forget, everything is FREE!

Online sessions 
Our online sessions are available for all and will give you an opportunity to start thinking about these important issues and how we can begin to feed ourselves in a sustainable and affordable way. 

Click here to view online sessions and book now

In-venue activities
These take place at Brayton Community Centre in Selby, Wilderspin School in Barton-on-Humber and Marfleet Community Centre in Hull.

Click here to view in-venue sessions and book now