28 September 2012

Foraging map

Time to 'fess up to your favourite foraging spots to add onto the new foraging map (bottom of the page). Don't pick all my walnuts! Leave them as a comment and I'll add them to the map.

If you can't see the map click here   http://tinyurl.com/foragingmap

Sudbury Common Lands Walk

Adrian Walters, Ranger at the Common Lands leading an excellent walk. A foraging walk at Tiger Hill is planned for 27th October, more details soon.

Sudbury Farmers Market

Every month the church is filled with a whole range of delicious, fresh produce and whether it has been brewed, baked, butchered or harvested nothing will have travelled further than 30 miles to be at the market.

The range of produce is fantastic and includes home baked fresh bread, local pork, beef, lamb & game, homemade cakes & pies, fantastic fruit & vegetables, local apple juice, locally grown cut flowers and an extensive range of garden plants. There is a small number of high quality, locally made crafts and a great café run by the Sudbury based charity, The Bridge Project.

Held on the last Friday, monthly from 9.30am until 2pm 

30th November
14th December

St Peter’s Church, Market Hill, Sudbury

Contact Justine Paul for further information on 07704627973


27 September 2012

300 years of fossil fuels in 300 seconds

Apple Pressing Day


Thursday 18th October 2012
10.30am to 1.30pm

Outside St Peter’s Church Market Hill, Sudbury

Bring your apples (max 10kg per person) and a container and get them pressed free of charge – donations welcome

Any queries contact Jane Hatton on 01787 468634 

Transition Sudbury & District is led by the Sudbury Market Town 
Partnership and is supported by the Suffolk Foundation “Greenest County” fund, the “Transforming Suffolk” fund, Waitrose Sudbury, The Mill Hotel, Sudbury Town Council and SB Surveyors

15 September 2012

Swap Shop

Browsing for free goodies
They came, they brought, they left with other stuff.
Next Swap Shop to be held in the Spring at St. Johns Methodist Church Sudbury.