‘In Our Hands’ film screening this Sunday

Just a reminder about Sunday’s film screening of ‘In Our Hands’, hope you can come along.

This event is free- donations to the Landworkers Alliance much appreciated. Open to everyone, you don’t need to be a student to come along.
The film screening will take place in Room 6 Level 2 of LUU (go up the Refectory steps and take the stairs or lift to Level 2, it’s at the far end of the corridor past the roof garden)

Filmed throughout 2016, this documentary tells the story of the revolution that’s taking place in farming in the UK. These are real life stories of real life farmers who are taking back control of their lives and their livelihoods.

In 67 minutes the film takes you on a journey of hope and inspiration through the stories of these farmers, who refuse to be ground down by the machinery of agri-business.

The film captures the daunting Brexit moment, as the UK leaves the European Union and begins to redefine its farming politics for the first time since the Second World War.

In Our Hands shows how we can ‘bring back life to the soil, a fair wage to the farmer and a flavour to the tomato”.

The future really is …….. In Our Hands.

Kate Kirkpatrick
Project Assistant, Rooted
Leeds University Union
Leeds University Union, Lifton Place, Leeds, LS2 9JZ.
Together we’ll make sure you love your time at Leeds.
I work Monday-Tuesday 9-5pm, Wednesday 9-6.30pm but am often in the garden.