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Maja Lindström made a return visit in the summer of 2023 and took some lovely photos!
David Bebber stayed for a few days in the summer of 2022 and took some lovely photos!
The inaugural meeting of the East Anglian Grain Alliance (EAGA!) was held here in September 2021
It was a pleasure to host the first “Oxford Real Farming Conference – In the Field” event in September 2021
Patricia Niven kindly shared the photos she took at the Anglian Agroforestry Open Weekend in May 2021
Here’s a collection of photos from the RealVeg CSA team based at Wakelyns
Here’s a collection of photos from the Bakery team based here at Wakelyns
Here are some lovely pictures from our August 2020 tree walk – a great day despite the rain
It has been great to welcome Richard Allenby-Pratt from The Suffolk Project to help document life at Wakelyns
Here are some scans of some amazing archive photos loaned by the family who lived and farmed Wakelyns from 1976-1979
In October 2019, 40 friends of Wakelyns gathered at our ‘symposium’ to share thoughts about how Wakelyns could evolve in its next phase
In January 2020, 70 volunteers joined us to plant hundreds of new trees at Wakelyns, including more fruit, nut and timber in our agroforestry tree lines
Here are a collection of some of our favourite Wakelyns photos, for anyone to download and use
Bob made us lovely beds, hanging rails and a coffee table out of a mixture of Suffolk timber, including from Wakelyns itself
Lentils are a favourite crop at Wakelyns – take a look.
Here at Wakelyns we grow ‘short rotation’ willow and hazel, which are coppiced for hedging, weaving and chipped for fuel
Here are some lovely pictures of crops in the alleys between the agroforestry tree lines