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What Happens to our Waste?

Officers from Hull City Council - Liz Smith and Matt Broadhead will be attending our next meeting on Tuesday 4th December to answer our questions about our waste. This is a good opportunity to see what the council's policies are particularly on plastics and where does the food waste go. Meeting will start at 7pm prompt at Vintage Cafe.

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Green Fair - 2018

This year's Green Fair is on Saturday, 20th October, 10am to 3.30pm.

We are in Cottingham Civic Hall this year! 

Come along to see our local environmental charities, businesses and groups. 

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Love Your Street Hull

Hull City Council secured funding of £400,000 earlier this year to undertake a new project beginning this month in Newington and Gipsyville, St. Andrews and Docklands, University, Avenue, Beverley and Newland and Central wards! This will run until August 2020.

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News from Sierra Leone

Our contact in Sierra Leone Friends of the Earth, Olatunde Johnson, has confirmed that they have received the funds we sent towards the new medical centre, and he will be keeping us in touch with progress. He has sent photos of their group.

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Planting trees

We have been gradually enriching the biodiversity of a former railway embankment next to the Barmston Drain in an industrial area of Hull, by planting native species of trees and wild flowers. The trees are grown to sapling size on an allotment managed by Hull FoE member David and theYorkshire Wildlife Trust.

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