For the last 2 weeks you may have noticed a table just inside the garden gate at St Ethelwolds House, brimming with seedlings and baby … Read more NEW Plant & Produce table at St Eth’s
Our first Repair Café on 27th April was a resounding success. Over 100 items were brought, and half of them were either repaired on the … Read more Repair Café a huge success!
Helpers turned out despite the rain to promote our Christmas message: Give the planet a Christmas present! How? By trying not to get caught up … Read more Giving the Planet a Christmas Present
Apples are already falling on our lawns! Carbon Cutters are ready with our complete kit of electric apple crusher (pictured), apple press and pasteuriser, … Read more Apple press ready for borrowing again!
[See the Abingdon Cuts Plastic Group Page] Abingdon Cuts Plastic had a stall at the Local Excellence Summer Crafts Market last Saturday. People were … Read more Abingdon Cuts Plastic stall
[See the Abingdon Cuts Plastic Group Page] COME TO THE LAUNCH OF THE CAMPAIGN TO REDUCE PLASTIC POLLUTION AND MOVE TOWARDS BECOMING A PLASTIC-FREE TOWN … Read more Abingdon Cuts Plastic!!
On Monday afternoon, St Ethelwold’s garden was transformed into a production-line again for the processing of surplus apples into delicious juice. 10 volunteers chopped, crushed, … Read more Apple pressing starts again!
On 19th July the kiosk beds and the new Edible Abingdon beds in Abbey Gardens had two sets of visitors in one day! First came … Read more Edible Abingdon visits
Lucille brought in the greenery, together with nuts, cinnamon sticks and wonderful berried holly, and showed us how to make swags, wreaths, and table decorations. … Read more Swag-making (and other ancient skills)
A stalwart band of people ranging in age from OAP to neonate, turned out on Sunday to help Lucille clear away the grass-mowings from the … Read more Raking the Wildflower Maze