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
From Monday 26th September to Friday 7th October, from 11am till 2pm every day except Sunday, our apple crusher, press and pasteuriser will be set … Read more Apple pressing at the Community Free Space!
It’s that time of year again, when the windfall apples under your tree beg to be put to good use…. and what better use than … Read more Making apple juice!
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!
Our own Edible Abingdon project on Abbey Meadow is starting to shape up, with herbs and peas already in – do take a look! The … Read more Local veg come to Abingdon – in THREE different ways!
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!
Five of the Core Group and many fascinated visitors worked together on Saturday to crush 267Kg of windfall apples, making 132 bottles of delicious, fresh … Read more New bigger apple press is put through its paces
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 … Read more Green Film Night issues a challenge on Climate Change