Monthly Archives: June 2014

Green Film Night issues a challenge on Climate Change

The historic barn at Stonehill House was a fitting place to watch a historic speech on the moral imperative of Climate Change, by the feisty Costa Rican diplomat Christiana Figueres. She talked about love – for ourselves, each other, and the planet, as being an essential component of the solution to the problem of climate change. […]

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The Great British Bee Count started today!

People around the UK are being urged to take part in the first Great British Bee Count, which starts today and runs until the end of August, to help scientists build a nationwide picture of bee health. See more and download the app here:  And don’t forget to plant your bee-friendly flowers, or leave your […]

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Fun (and rain!) in the Park

Carbon Cutters joined forces with Abingdon Hydro and the Church in Abingdon on a stall at Fun in the Parks. After a thorough soaking at 10am the sun shone, multiple bananapple smoothies were made (C in A provided the fruit, we provided the smoothie bike) and we had many and illustrious visitors, from the new […]

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