Food & Garden
Food and garden play an important part in the upkeep of the environment we live in and there is so much we can do in these areas to "do our bit" and help the environment.
This section of the website looks at topics such as growing your own food, eating seasonably, what compost to use and how food impacts on our carbon emissions.
It also takes a closer look at what flowers we should grow in our gardens with tips on how to make our gardens more pollinator friendly for the bees and butterflies!
What to eat right now
There’s nothing like fresh fruit and vegetables at their seasonal best. There’s something so good about eating food when it’s just been picked. Read on to find out what food is in season right now!
Growing your own Food
Fancy creating your own supply of juicy fruits, crunchy vegetables and fresh salad greens? This selection of great foods sprout more-or-less like magic out of the ground—with the minimum of effort.
Have a Greener Easter
Every Easter, in the UK alone, we produce over 3,000 tonnes of waste caused by the packaging of our Easter Eggs. Read on for some simple tips of having a Greener Easter.
Bee and Butterfly Numbers are Declining.
We all need to sit up and take note, as this is an issue that has repercussions on us all. Without the insects pollinating the plants across the globe our food security is at risk.
Orchard planted at Moreton Hall
Woodland Ways, a Suffolk wildlife group, have planted a new orchard at Moreton Hall where an orchard once existed between 1900 and 1960.