Category Archives: Food

“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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St Nicolas Church local produce market re-starts!

On Friday 24th March the local produce market in the little garden beside St Nicolas Church will start again. Those delicious cakes, conserves, eggs, veg and fruits will again be on sale between 11 and 1 – but get there early, it sells out fast! As last year, the market is there for anyone with [...]

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AGM & meadow walk

21 people gathered in the lovely surroundings of St Ethelwolds garden to hold our AGM. We accepted the accounts for 2015 – 2016, heard Cliff’s Review of the year, and brainstormed some possible ideas for the coming year.  The minutes are available on request from carbon.cutters@gmail.com    As the shadows lengthened we made our way to [...]

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Local veg come to Abingdon – in THREE different ways!

Our own Edible Abingdon project on Abbey Meadow is starting to shape up, with herbs and peas already in  - do take a look! The St Nicolas church local produce market has restarted with the freshest veg in town (chard picked 1 hour ago!), fruit, eggs and beautiful plants. They trade between 11am and 1pm [...]

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