Archives ~ 2015

Harvest, Exchange & Bake off 2015 – what happened

Harvest, Exchange & Bake off 2015 – what happened

This year our fruit routes events were themed around ideas of exchange. Fruit Routes and other projects in the past such as Abundance (community urban fruit harvesting) have engaged with ideas that explore alternative ways to exchange things (other than using...

Campus Bake Off, Harvest Events & Fruit Routes Exchange October 2015

Campus Bake Off, Harvest Events & Fruit Routes Exchange October 2015

Here are details of the many different events we've got going on at harvest this year. We are delighted to be working with Transition Loughborough in the Radar shop in town creating the first Fruit Routes Exchange. Bring along a story, an idea, something you've made...

Bees, Moths & Trees, 17 June 2015

Bees, Moths & Trees, 17 June 2015

An afternoon of visits to the Campus apiary, beeswax candle making, learning bee flower scents & wild teas flavoured with Loughborough ‘gold’ honey. Hive Mind Skep was a one to one performance created at the event by Anne-Marie Culhane & Paul Conneally to...

Planted! Feb 2015

Planted! Feb 2015

We successfully planted 6 cherries at the front of School of the Arts and another 22 mixed (damsons, almond, apple, plum, greengage) with two enthusiastic teams of volunteers on the main Fruit Route. Many of the planters then took part in a workshops with Walt Shaw...

Wake up the Trees! Fruit Tree Planting + Performances 11 Feb 2015

Wake up the Trees! Fruit Tree Planting + Performances 11 Feb 2015

On 11 February, we will be adding around 30 new trees to the existing Fruit Route, planting 6 cherries at the School of the Arts and celebrating the new plantings with Walt Shaw - the gong man in performances which you can be part of. PLANTING THE FRUIT TREES Come...

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