Full Bins, Empty Bellies, Lonely Lives

Posted on 3 March 2017

Attend this free screening followed by a panel discussion with Natalie Bennett, Jess Causby and Laura Chalmers. Friday 17 March 6.00pm in P/L/002.

Corn in the sunshine with a ladybird.

The film Full Bins, Empty Bellies, Lonely Lives explores the themes of food waste, and food poverty and insecurity, and loneliness.  The screening will be free, but please book your ticket, and donations for Accomb Food Bank are welcomed.

After the screening a panel of guests will speak on the issues the film raises and questions will be welcomed.

Speakers 

  • Natalie Bennett, the former Leader of the Green Party, who is featured in the film
  • Jess Causby, a volunteer at Yourcafé, the local branch of the Real Junk Food Project, which is a worldwide group/collective who all work to reduce food waste by making lovely, tasty, healthy food out of items that would have just gone in the bin
  • Laura Chalmers, the project manager of the York Foodbanks, which handed out over 3,000 food parcels last year.

Date: Friday 17 March

Time: 6.00pm

Location: P/L/002 

Book your ticket or visit the Facebook page.