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?
Bright sunshine took the edge off the biting wind at Easter Saturday’s Local Excellence Market, as Carbon Cutters Christine Whild and Marion Owen and others … Read more Hand painting Easter eggs
Hardy Carbon Cutters joined volunteers from the school and the Lady Mayor to plant the remaining hedging at Caldecott Outdoor learning environment yesterday. Here Marion … Read more Hedge planting goes ahead in the rain!
With the enthusiastic help of 20 volunteers – parents, teachers, school governors, the Mayor, councillors, Abingdon Vesper Rotarians and members of ACC – Saturday saw … Read more A Truly Community Planting Effort!
Steve Head, the administrator of the Wildlife Gardening Forum [mailto:email@example.com] lives in Oxfordshire. He is an enthusiastic supporter of gardening with wildlife in mind. You … Read more Wildlife Gardening Forum Newsletter
Local primary and secondary schools have enjoyed using our apple pressing kit in lesson time to learn about how good food can be made easily … Read more Local schools make apple juice
A working group has met with the Mayor and the ‘Abingdon in Bloom’ committee of the Town Council to explore ways to encourage flowers which … Read more Plants for pollinators
Apple Day at South Abingdon Children’s Centre and Caldecott Primary School was a great success for the second year running. Lots of children, parents and … Read more Apple Day was a great success