Carbon Cutters got together with other Abingdon residents on Saturday to sow wildflowers on Abbey Meadow under the expert guidance of Merton head gardener and … Read more Wildflowers will soon bloom on Abbey Meadow
The Vale District Council parks dept have been preparing an area of ground between the mini-golf and the river to be a wildflower meadow, designed … Read more Wildflower meadow arrives in Abbey Meadows!
Abingdon Town Council recently re-painted the toilet door near our bee-friendly flower-beds, and used soothing Wood Sage green at our request to match our notices. … Read more New colour-scheme success!
The flowers lovingly planted and tended by our team of Carbon Cutters in the beds on Abbey Meadows are looking great! Children love the jewel … Read more Pollinator-friendly beds are blooming
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
Some new very friendly bees have appeared in Abbey Meadow, thanks to Vale of White Horse District Council who have allowed a group of Carbon … Read more Bee-friendly flowers in Abbey Meadow!
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