Plant Sale at the PCG and The Rubbish Diet

PCG Plant Sale

The People’s Community Garden is hosting a plant sale this Friday – 19th April. It runs from 10 until 3pm.

If you have not yet been to the PCG, this is a great opportunity to see what they do there – and maybe get involved – as well as pick up some great plants for your garden.

Please see the flyer posted below the information on the Rubbish Diet.

You can also keep track of PCG events at their Facebook page.

The Rubbish Diet

Suffolk has joined in promoting the Rubbish Diet – a way to cut waste and carbon emissions. Transition Woodbridge and Greener Fram are both involved I think. The project developed from Karen Cannard’s work from 2008 onwards on reducing domestic waste. You can read about Suffolk’s invovement in the campaign here: Suffolk blog You can also sign up to the campaign!

You can learn more about the campaign here: http://www.therubbishdiet.org.uk/

Alde Valley Spring Festival and the 30:30 challenge

You may also be interested in the Alde Valley Spring Festival which starts on 20th April. I think there is some local involvement in a lunch, organised by people from the 30:30 challenge. Check it out!

Here is a flyer for the plant sale:Plant fair poster

About Rona

I'm interested in orchards and in improving cycling facilities so that more people feel safe to cycle more of the time. I would also like to help exchange skills for green living. I helped start and continue to help run a community orchard on one of the allotments in south Ipswich. I also run a website on green living - www.greenfootsteps.com. This is a worldwide website and anyone with a skill to share or an insight into green living methods and ideas is welcome to submit articles.
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