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This week saw the departure of one of Sustainable Bungay’s key movers and shakers, Nick Watts. To celebrate his very active presence amongst the group and to wish him well […]

Sustainable Nick – A souvenir issue

This week saw the departure of one of Sustainable Bungay’s key movers and shakers, Nick Watts. To celebrate his very active presence amongst the group and to wish him well […]

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 […]

  Sustainable Bungay is one of 400+ Transition initiatives in towns and bio-regions of the UK. All of us are about creating a localised, low-carbon culture, in the face of […]

Looking Back. Looking Forward: ROUND UP OF THE 2011

  Sustainable Bungay is one of 400+ Transition initiatives in towns and bio-regions of the UK. All of us are about creating a localised, low-carbon culture, in the face of […]

At Sustainable Bungay’s 2nd Give and Grow day on May Day last Sunday the whole library courtyard garden was burgeoning. “Whoah! Are those really the licorice mints (anise hyssops) I […]

May Day: Give and Grow at Library Community Garden – Celebrations at Geldeston

At Sustainable Bungay’s 2nd Give and Grow day on May Day last Sunday the whole library courtyard garden was burgeoning. “Whoah! Are those really the licorice mints (anise hyssops) I […]

Sustainable Bungay’s Winter 2010-11 Newsletter is now ready and available – online and on paper. Look out for paper copies in all the usual spots, (particularly the Little Green Wholefood Shop and […]

Winter Newsletter (No.8)

Sustainable Bungay’s Winter 2010-11 Newsletter is now ready and available – online and on paper. Look out for paper copies in all the usual spots, (particularly the Little Green Wholefood Shop and […]

News from across the Transition Network

Every month the Transition Network sends out an e-newsletter; it gives a little taste of what Transition initiatives are up to all over the world. Sustainable Bungay has featured several […]