On Monday afternoon, St Ethelwold’s garden was transformed into a production-line again for the processing of surplus apples into delicious juice. 10 volunteers chopped, crushed, … Read more Apple pressing starts again!
On 19th July the kiosk beds and the new Edible Abingdon beds in Abbey Gardens had two sets of visitors in one day! First came … Read more Edible Abingdon visits
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 … Read more “Tomorrow” film the best film on Climate Change for years
Lucille brought in the greenery, together with nuts, cinnamon sticks and wonderful berried holly, and showed us how to make swags, wreaths, and table decorations. … Read more Swag-making (and other ancient skills)
A stalwart band of people ranging in age from OAP to infant, turned out on Sunday to help Lucille clear away the grass-mowings from the … Read more Raking the Wildflower Maze
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 … Read more AGM & meadow walk
The Autumn sunshine is still ripening tomatoes in the warm spot behind the kiosk on Abbey Meadow- and the sweet peas are looking beautiful too! … Read more Edible Abingdon still productive and beautiful!
25 people gathered in the Hearth at St Ethelwolds House to hear about ACC’s successful year. Linda presented the accounts, Cliff gave the chairman’s report, … Read more AGM and Abbey Meadow walk
Caldecott Meadow resounded to the sounds of pots & pans, bells, shakers and cries of “Apple tree! Apple Tree! Wake up Now!” led by the … Read more Wassail!