Do you have a skill which you could pass onto other people? Transition Sudbury are looking for people to share their skills whether its sewing, growing veg or household repairs as many skills are not being passed down to the next generations. There is an opportunity to give an informal class or just show what you do at the Eco Fair on Saturday on the 31st October 2015. The Eco Fair will be held in St. Peter's Church in the centre of Sudbury, with free entry and lots going on with advice to help people live a more sustainable lives, so whether you are interested in reducing energy consumption, conservation, local food & crafts there will be something for everyone. For more information contact Jane Hatton on 01787 468634 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In the meantime, why not come along to our guided walk of Bradfield Woods which is unique in that it has been under continuous coppice management since 1252 fulfilling local needs for firewood and hazel products. It is recognised as one of the most important woods in the country with approximately 370 species of flowing plants and 420 different sorts of fungi. Our tour is guided by the Woodland Education Ranger , charge £3 adults, £1 children all proceeds to the Suffolk Wildlife Trust.
There are still places to join our bread making class on the 19th September between 10am and 12.30pm at the Stevenson Centre in Great Cornard. The class is free to attend but donations required for ingredients, booking required for both events as numbers are limited, contact Joanne Main on 01787 310476 or email email@example.com