Abundance Archive

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 […]

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 […]

NR35 is not just our postcode – it’s the name of SB’s newest “social enterprise” – a subgroup starting to think about how to use our skills, knowledge and labour […]

Natural Resources – 35 ways to generate an income?

NR35 is not just our postcode – it’s the name of SB’s newest “social enterprise” – a subgroup starting to think about how to use our skills, knowledge and labour […]

Abundance in Woodton & Green Drinks on October 2nd

With the determination of Cathy Proudlove and co-operation of Woodton Primary School a small group of us today spent an hour harvesting apples from the tree in the playground. These […]

It was the hottest October weekend on record, and it certainly didn’t feel like Autumn in the library garden on Sunday morning (Oct 2) at Sustainable Bungay’s produce swap. Here […]

Autumn Produce Swap at the Library Garden

It was the hottest October weekend on record, and it certainly didn’t feel like Autumn in the library garden on Sunday morning (Oct 2) at Sustainable Bungay’s produce swap. Here […]

The Waveney Greenpeace Fair took place this Sunday at Henham Park near Blythburgh. All the 21 previous fairs had been held in farmer Paul’s post harvest stubble fields in St. […]

Transition Towns Tea Tent at the Waveney Greenpeace Fair

The Waveney Greenpeace Fair took place this Sunday at Henham Park near Blythburgh. All the 21 previous fairs had been held in farmer Paul’s post harvest stubble fields in St. […]

Learn how to lay a hedge, prune, bottle, plant, preserve…

Graham and Nicky Elliott have just published a list of all the courses they’ll be offering this year – sign up quickly if you’re interested as they are popular (and […]

So, once again I found myself heading towards Greengrow on a cold and blustery mid-February Sunday (not snowing this year though!!). It would be so much more civilised if fruit […]

Getting Grubby at Greengrow

So, once again I found myself heading towards Greengrow on a cold and blustery mid-February Sunday (not snowing this year though!!). It would be so much more civilised if fruit […]

Apple Day Images

Sustainable Bungay had a stall at this years’ Bungay Apple Day. Our main aim was to promote the Abundance of Fruit project and sign up people with surplus fruit, neglected […]

Sustainable Bungay are joining forces with the Suffolk Wildlife Trust in their annual Apple Day at Castle Meadow on October 2nd (12-4). There will be all manner of fruity events, […]

Apple Day 2010

Sustainable Bungay are joining forces with the Suffolk Wildlife Trust in their annual Apple Day at Castle Meadow on October 2nd (12-4). There will be all manner of fruity events, […]