- Apple juicing: Sunday afternoons at Blewbury Manor stable, 2–4 pm
Dates: • 26 August • 9 September • 23 September • 7 October • 21 October • 4 November (11am–1 pm)
Please bring washed apples (cores are ok but remove bad bits) and clean glass (screw-top) wine or drink bottles.
Cost: £1 per pressing (large basket of apples), pasteurising 30p per bottle. If you wish to pasteurise your juice (so it will last for up to a year) please arrive early in the session as it takes quite a while.
Hire: Too many apples for our sessions? Hire our equipment for 24 hours for just £10 in Blewbury and Upton, £15 elsewhere. For bookings or more information contact us at email@example.com.
- ‘The future of transport and transportation’: a talk by Scott Witchalls (Peter Brett Associates)
Monday 24 September, 8.00pm in Blewbury Manor Barn. Tickets £6.00 (including wine and nibbles) from Blewbury Post Office, or on the door If not sold out.
- 25th Anniversary Celebration! Sunday, 30th September 2018, Blewbury School, 12 noon – 4 pm
See front page of this Bulletin.
- Blewbury Garden Market: every Saturday from 9.30 to 11.30 am, Blewbury Service Station
We’re having an excellent season, selling fresh local garden fruit and veg (including some rarely seen in shops), flowers, local honey and eggs, and home-made preserves, bread and cakes. Producers: please bring items to sell from 9.15 am. For more information and sales forms see www.sustainable-blewbury.org.uk/food.htm.
- ‘Adventures at the top and bottom of the world – some personal perspectives’: a talk by Mark Blythe
Monday 15 October, 8.00pm in Blewbury Manor Barn. What the Arctic and Antarctic are like to visit, explore and live in, and some environmental issues. Details in next Bulletin.
FREE ITEMS TO A GOOD HOME
Two USB printer / copier / scanners.
HP Deskjet F 4180 – black.
HP Photosmart C 4480 – cream.
Both complete with cables and in working order.
|Dick Figgins firstname.lastname@example.org||850604|
Garden woodshed in good condition, equipped with electricity (ceiling lighting plus two sets of plugs) and windows.
Exterior height 205cm, length 430cm, width 195cm. Doors opening at right end. In need of a bit of love! Picture available upon request by mail.
20″ Dawes girls’ bike.
140cm long from front of front wheel to back of back wheel. Powder blue with white/yellow text. Good condition.
Small red first bike – fine condition, suitable for 3-5 yr old.
3 wooden/metal wine racks: 77 x 77 cm; 63 x 63 cm; 63 x 120 cm.
|To freecycle your item please send a short description, email & phone number to Lydia Inglis (email@example.com)|
Go to www.sustainable-blewbury.org.uk to find out more about Sustainable Blewbury.
Getting involved is fun and can contribute to the village and its environment. To participate, or to receive
our free monthly Newsletter, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01235 850558.