Projects News Archive

Plants for Life #9 – Autumn Berry Tonics and Tinctures – 23rd September, 3pm

Do join Plants for Life in Bungay Library on September 23rd at 3pm, as we take a look at (at least) three of the native, local trees and bushes which […]

Noughty but Nice and Keeping Refreshed at Happy Mondays

This post from Mark Watson first appeared on the Transition Network website. The original is here. Mark is one of the Network’s Social Reporters, a small group from all over […]

52 Flowers That Shook My World with Charlotte Du Cann, Sunday 5th August, 3pm, Bungay Library

For our eighth Plants for Life event this year, don’t miss Sustainable Bungay author Charlotte Du Cann as she takes a radical look at medicine plants with a reading from her […]

Bikes in Transition

After many years supporting racing cyclists I decided that I would like to develop the touring side of cycling to enjoy our lovely countryside and invite people to join in. […]

Bungay Bee Hive Day: 15th July

Bungay Bee Hive Day is a celebration of the honeybee and other pollinating insects along with the plants they love. Unique in the region and in its second year the event […]

Midsummer Wildflowers and Plant Oils – plus Plant Families at Green Drinks

Everyone is welcome to our 6th Plants for Life 2012 event,  a demonstration of how to make wildflower and plant oils and an introduction to plant ‘simples’ by Rose Titchiner, followed […]

10th June: Join us on a visit to High Ash Farm WITH Chris Skinner!

Chris has kindly offered to speak to us on 10th June, 2.30 pm at his fabulous farm at Caistor St Edmund. High Ash Farm has been managed with biodiversity in […]

Bungay Garden Centre goes Bee-Friendly!

This week, Bungay Community Bees (BCB) launched their “Get Your Garden Buzzing” garden centre project, at Bungay’s own Three Willows Garden Centre. It has taken a couple of years from […]

Bursting with Bees

  Finally! It was just warm enough (on a day when I wasn’t working) to have a peek inside the hive. Four of us gathered to see what we could […]

Hedgerow Medicine – a review of this month’s Plants for Life event

The upper room at Bungay Library was packed with almost 40 people last Sunday for this month’s Plants for Life talk on Hedgerow Medicine by Julie Bruton-Seal and Matthew Seal.  […]