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!
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!
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
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?
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!
The new shelter proved its worth on Friday when Caldecott Meadow was officially declared open by John May of Abingdon Vespers Rotary, one of the … Read more May in the Meadow
The sun shone for the completion of the shelter in Caldecott outdoor learning area on Saturday. Tremendous work was put in on two Saturdays by … Read more Raise the Roofbeam, Carpenters!
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!