Category Archives: Celebrate

Eco-action news goes electronic!

The second edition of our lovely newsletter came out electronically just before Easter. You can read it online on your phone, tablet or computer via this email link – be amazed! Or look at the pdf version here: Eco-Action News April 2018    

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Eco Action News – our first newsletter!

We are delighted to  present our first newsletter for all our members, complete with competition for school-age children. This has gone out to schools and will hopefully keep some children happy over half-term, as well as giving information on our projects, a seasonal recipe and handy tips for cutting CO2. If you have children or […]

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Christmas Social

We made table decorations from the armfuls of greenery Lucille brought, shared delicious home-made nibbles, gave each other “Secret Santa” presents which cost little or nothing but were chosen with love for the planet, and ended the evening raising the roof with our renditions of Christmas songs and carols. The Hearth with its log fire […]

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The Perennial Bee Beds just got bigger!

The Vale Council were so pleased with our perennial bee beds last year, they have cleared an equal-sized space the other end of the same bed so we now have twice the area! A few weekends ago, 6 people planted 1060 bulbs in the new area! Watch out for a splendid display next Spring!  

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“Tomorrow” film the best film on Climate Change for years

50 people gathered in the wonderful old barn at Stonehill House to watch the film, “Tomorrow” (“Demain” in French) on May 17th. Many of them braved the rain for a conducted tour of Stonehill Community Garden first, with its raised beds, chickens, cob pizza oven and fruit cages. Some even sampled the compost toilet! The […]

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