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This post was first published on 24th September 2014 under the title Mark Watson on Making Space for Flowers as part of the “Making Space for Nature” theme on the […]

On Making Space for Nature in Sustainable Bungay

This post was first published on 24th September 2014 under the title Mark Watson on Making Space for Flowers as part of the “Making Space for Nature” theme on the […]

STIR Magazine Article on Sustainable Bungay – from July 2013

STIR magazine is a “reader-supported” printed publication which appears quarterly in the UK and beyond. STIR looks at “the inspiring and practical co-operative, commons-based and community-led alternatives to the crises […]

It just so happened that the five of us who turned up at Richard’s on Wednesday morning to learn how to do dead-hedging with Paul were all over 50,  and […]

NR35 Dead-Hedgers Society – the Over 50s Contingent

It just so happened that the five of us who turned up at Richard’s on Wednesday morning to learn how to do dead-hedging with Paul were all over 50,  and […]

by Charlotte Du Cann Last month as part of the Playing for Time project, a convergence of artists, theatre makers, writers and tutors met at Lumb Bank, the Arvon Foundation’s […]

Considering Transition community events as cultural and creative acts

by Charlotte Du Cann Last month as part of the Playing for Time project, a convergence of artists, theatre makers, writers and tutors met at Lumb Bank, the Arvon Foundation’s […]

Nineteen degrees! That was the temperature on Monday (15th April) late afternoon in Bungay as I dropped Charlotte off at the Community Centre where she was co-cooking the April meal […]

Happy Mondays through the Window

Nineteen degrees! That was the temperature on Monday (15th April) late afternoon in Bungay as I dropped Charlotte off at the Community Centre where she was co-cooking the April meal […]

The Plants for Life Year and Belles Tisanes de France

It was a lovely way to end this year’s Plants for Life series. At 3pm in Bungay library last Sunday, we did a round up of the events and spoke about  […]

Tisanes – French Herbal Teas, Plants for Life #11, Sunday 25th November

Everyone is welcome to the final in the series of this year’s Plants for Life talks, walks and workshops at Bungay Library, 3pm on Sunday 25th November. Flower and herb […]

Plants for Life #10 – ‘For Medicinal Purposes’ Winemaking Session – Review

For our 10th Plants for Life event last Sunday, Winemaking – For Medicinal Purposes, Nick Watts invited a dozen of us to his house for a practical demonstration of how […]

A Transition Camp Journey

I am a reluctant traveller these days, rarely venturing beyond Bungay or Norwich, let alone East Anglia. And it’s strange. Having lived in the Americas in the 80s and 90s and […]

Plants for Life – latest news

The Plants for Life events and Plant Medicine Bed in the Library community garden bloomed throughout the summer. We held herbal walks, book readings and a weekly informal ‘surgery’, which provided a great […]