Category Archives: Projects

Grow-a-Grower Campaign 2014 Let’s transform our relationship with food You can make a difference… support our Grow-a-Grower campaign! The Grow-a-Grower campaign launched on Saturday (5th April) at our main site, Runfold. With Free pizza, cakes, and tea we graciously … Continue reading

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The Cob Oven Project – a story in pictures

There’s a new page under Events telling in pictures the story of how we built our wonderful pizza oven at Runfold in 2013. Do take a look. OK, so it is nearly a year late…

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Sunday is closing date for voting.

We have been nominated as a finalist in this month’s Country Market X-citing Projects campaign. Voting is easy, simply email with the name of the project you want to win in the subject box or call Tilly Bull on 01403 … Continue reading

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Ditch your old plastic bags and smile, smile, smile.

Make your own shopping bags and ditch some of that plastic.  Come along and join us at the Maltings this Saturday. We will be upstairs in the Courtyard Kiln from 10am to 4pm. We have plenty of fabric to chose … Continue reading

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Morsbags – Mors the Merrier

We have been keeping busy whilst the ground is frozen. Something a little different than harvesting/weeding/sowing …. a group of volunteers from FLF have just started making “morsbags”.  We are getting together with our sewing machines and making fabric shopping … Continue reading

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Pests, Predators, Grazers and Scavengers

We’re under siege from the rabbits and deer; We’re under attack from squirrels and slugs; It could be so much worse if we were in British Columbia…

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Rabbit Fencing update

Thanks to everyone who came to the Rabbit Fencing Work Party last Tuesday. We had a useful evening and fenced properly from (almost) the little gate to the sand pit, round past the main entrance to the big shed, plus … Continue reading

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