FEASTival – Phil Millington, Frith Farm.

FEASTival – Phil Millington, Frith Farm.

 

“People are realising where their food is coming from and the impact it’s having on the environment. It makes sense to grow food where you live, eat what’s in season, eat local basically.”

Frith Farm, a Community Supported Agriculture project in Beverley, is  supplying food to FEASTival. You can also catch them with their stall outside Grain on Newland Avenue every Saturday – making locally grown food more accessible on the ‘Hight Street’.

Frith Farm’s website: https://frithfarming.com/about/

This #freedomFEASTival series of portrait/podcasts has been commissioned by Freedom Festival Arts Trust, in partnership with Timebank Hull & ER, and Artlink.

More about Freedom Festival FEASTival here:

Freedom FEASTival

“People are realising where their food is coming from and the impact it’s having on the environment. It makes sense to grow food where you live, eat what’s in season, eat local basically.”

Frith Farm, a Community Supported Agriculture project in Beverley, is  supplying food to FEASTival. You can also catch them with their stall outside Grain on Newland Avenue every Saturday – making locally grown food more accessible on the ‘Hight Street’.

Frith Farm’s website: https://frithfarming.com/about/

This #freedomFEASTival series of portrait/podcasts has been commissioned by Freedom Festival Arts Trust, in partnership with Timebank Hull & ER, and Artlink.

More about Freedom Festival FEASTival here:

Freedom FEASTival