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BCB’s Gemma Parker has worked with Jasmine Lingwood’s family to create a wildflower area at Bungay Castle. The following is an update from Gemma: When Jasmine died in 2012 she […]

Wildflowers at Bungay Castle

BCB’s Gemma Parker has worked with Jasmine Lingwood’s family to create a wildflower area at Bungay Castle. The following is an update from Gemma: When Jasmine died in 2012 she […]

The buzzing penetrated my awareness deep inside the house. When I got to the window I saw the whole of my garden buzzing with bees as they swarmed from the […]

Swarm! 2

The buzzing penetrated my awareness deep inside the house. When I got to the window I saw the whole of my garden buzzing with bees as they swarmed from the […]

I love honey, not everybody does I know, but for me, the darker the better. And heather honey. Oh yum. But I eat less honey now than I ever did […]

Sticky Thoughts

I love honey, not everybody does I know, but for me, the darker the better. And heather honey. Oh yum. But I eat less honey now than I ever did […]

Edible Plants Bee Tea

It’s a grey day today, a good day for looking back to a warmer one in the summer when Bungay Community Bees joined with Lesley and the Libray Community Garden […]

Mapping Bungay Wellbeing Walk – Sunday 14th 11am-1pm

Just to let you know that this month’s wellbeing walk will be hosted by Tony Dawes of the NR35 action group. As well as following our usual formula of meeting […]

Wellbeing Walk – Mapping Bungay – Saturday 13 April 11am-1pm

The Arts, Culture and Wellbeing group are sallying forth this Saturday to start our wellbeing mappping of Bungay – finding, recording and celebrating all the great places and green spaces […]

I hope you can join us for a screening of Queen of the sun: What are the bees telling us? Friday 12th April 7.30pm at Bungay Community centre. £3 Entry,bring your […]

Queen of the sun screening this Friday!

I hope you can join us for a screening of Queen of the sun: What are the bees telling us? Friday 12th April 7.30pm at Bungay Community centre. £3 Entry,bring your […]

What makes up community well-being in a time of financial constraints and climate uncertainty? This was the question twenty five people turned up to explore at Sustainable Bungay’s first Green […]

Arts, Culture and Well-being in the Community – mapping the year, Sunday 17 February, 4-6pm

What makes up community well-being in a time of financial constraints and climate uncertainty? This was the question twenty five people turned up to explore at Sustainable Bungay’s first Green […]

Visiting Maisebrook with the Pig Club

Come join the pig club as we see how it’s done on a larger yet small and friendly scale. Their new butchery is also on show for us. We are […]

BCB Bees: Update Sept 2012

Over the last couple of months we have been lucky enough to take in some of the late summer swarms. One didn’t stick around very long but the others have […]