Carbon Cutters demonstrated how to prevent food waste and save electricity on Sunday 13th April when they turned surplus fruit from the Oxford Food Bank … Read more Bicycle-powered smoothies at the Spring Cycle Festival
Shoppers were encouraged to make boxes to take home delicious fairly-traded chocolate goodies, and regaled with fairly-traded hot chocolate at our stall at the Local … Read more Chocolate Heaven in the Market Place, and Clubs & Societies Day coincide!
Greg Barker MP, the Minister for Energy and Climate Change, visited Abingdon lock on Monday with MP Nicola Blackwood, to talk to our Abingdon Hydro … Read more Minister visits site of Hydro scheme
Abingdon Hydro was given unanimous approval by the planning committee on 30th October. Hooray! Richard Riggs says, “We already knew the Town Council support us, and … Read more Abingdon Hydro scheme gets the go-ahead!
Our second Eco Fair was a hive of networking and fun. Local societies, groups, firms and individuals ran wonderful stalls, while local musicians “Flower of … Read more Transition message is heard at Eco Fair
Abingdon Eco Fair: Towards a Greener Future26th October 2013, 10am -2pm Abingdon’s second Eco Fair will be held in and around Abingdon Guildhall on 26th … Read more Abingdon’s Second Eco Fair coming this October – Towards a Greener Future!
One of the sunniest days in June brought the crowds out to look at our stall which had a fabulous display of bee-friendly flowers (thanks … Read more Local Excellence Market success
As a group we have been mulling over Transition for the last few months. Is it the way forward for Abingdon? The Guardian published a … Read more Transition Town Abingdon?