Monthly Archives: April 2015

Talks announced on community energy, recycling and localism

Our sister group, Folkestone in Transition, has a series of three talks coming up with a central theme of improved resilience. All are at the lovely Sunflower House, Foord Road, in Folkestone (by the railway viaduct – click here for details) and are free to attend. The first is entitled ‘Warmer, cheaper, local’ and is…

Talk on Kent’s butterflies

The first in the next set of talks by local wildlife expert, Ade Jupp, starts this week. It is at the United Reformed Church, East Street, Hythe at 7.30pm on Thursday, 16th April. Entry is £3. The talk looks at all the butterfly species that have been regularly found in Kent, and examines the winners…

Seed and plant swap success

A busy team had made sure that there was plenty of advance publicity, and this clearly worked well, as the the Undercroft in the centre of Hythe High Street was busy through the morning with plenty of keen gardeners bringing many varieties of seeds, herb and vegetable seedlings as well as young plants of all…