Wakelyns News – Now & Then

Read the latest Wakelyns Newsletter here – May 2024

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Meanwhile, here are some back editions:

  • No. 32 May 2024 – Bird & Tree Walks. April Event, Pond Surveys, Civil Visit, Agroforestry Open Weekend
  • No. 31 March 2024 – 30 years of Agroforestry at Wakelyns, Chris Park, Charles Dowding, Camilla and her casket, UK Grain Lab at Wakelyns
  • No. 30 February 2024 – Reconnecting – Reawakening – Compost Deep Dive
  • No. 29 January 2024 – Come and stay at Wakelyns!
  • No. 28 November 2023 – 2024 calendar published
  • No. 27 October 2023 – Meer Bomen Nu, Apple Day photos, Willow Festive Events, Maja Lindström, @rewildclementine
  • No. 26 September 2023 – Apple Day, Dal Festival, Hemp Harvest Retreat, BBC Countryfile, latest pod casts
  • No. 25 July 2023 – Fressingfield Garden Festival,
  • No. 24 May 2023 – Volunteering at Wakelyns, Worms at Wakelyns
  • No. 23 April 2023 – Vines at Wakelyns, Agroforestry Open Weekend, Architecture Students, World Dawn Chorus Day
  • No. 22 March 2023 – Tree Walks, Bird Walks, Digging Ponds, Collaboration with Reading, Landscape Urbanism, Willow Weaving, Agroforestry Open Weekend, Haberdashery, David Bebber
  • No. 21 October 2022 (On Your Farm) – Wakelyns on the Radio; University Visitors; Community Apple Day; Community Fruit Picking; Pumpkin Carving
  • No. 20 October 2022 – Barns at Wakelyns; RealVeg CSA Veg Boxes; Hemp Processing; Woodbridge Local Food Fair; Wakelyns Hazels for building restoration
  • No. 19 September 2022 – Boring (soil samples) at Wakelyns
  • No. 18 August 2022 – Update on courses; Community Butterfly Day; Harvest and produce; Pond Restoration and Creation
  • No. 17 July 2022 – No 2 – Organic Research Centre Paid Internship at Wakelyns
  • No. 16 – July 2022 – Peanuts; Willow Weaving
  • No. 15 – June 2022 – Celebrate the Solstice; Field to Fork; Contemporary Hempery at Wakelyns; Agroforestry Open Weekend
  • No. 14 – May 2022 – Events and Courses Update; Organic Research Centre at Wakelyns – latest news
  • No. 13 – April 2022 – Learn Cook Eat
  • No. 12 – February 2022 – Announcing 2022! Stay in a Pod! Stay in the Farmhouse!
  • No. 11 – November 2021 – Planning Permission; Nature Based Solutions for Tackling Climate Change; Landworkers Alliance; “About Fram”; Community Apple Day
  • No. 10 – September 2021 – ORFC “In The Field” at Wakelyns; Wakelyns Autumn Events; Veg Boxes; News from the Wakelyns Bakery; Woodland Haberdasher Autumn Events; Stay in the Wakelyns Farmhouse
  • No. 9 – August 2021 – Research & Academic Collaboration; Field to Loaf;
  • No. 8 – July 2021 – Dyeing, Carving and Pottery with Fay
  • No. 7 – June 2021 – Chris Packham
  • No. 6 – May 2021 – East Anglian Agroforestry Open Weeekend; Wakelyns Tree Walks
  • No. 5 – April 2021 – Bakery Subscriptions
  • No. 4 – March 2021 – Upcoming Events; Wind Turbines & Birds; Pond Restoration; James Wong – BBC World; Robin Walter – Living with Trees
  • Hodmedods flyer November 2020 – About Wakelyns; Wakelyns History and the Future
  • No. 3 – July 2020 – Welcoming Henrietta Inman; Tree Walks at Wakelyns; Ley Alley Pods; Plans for a Bakery; What we’ve been growing; Lentils; Cherry Heaven; Wakelyns Squash; Hazels for Hedgelaying; Wakelyns Art; Back in touch with the Organic Research Centre; Collaborating with Suffolk Wildlife Trust; Lockdown Life at Wakelyns
  • No. 2 – February 2020 – Hodmedods 2020 Wakelyns Box; Community Tree Planting Day; Research at Wakelyns; Wakelyns Tree Walks; Life Within Planetary Boundaries; Farmarama; Oxford Real Farming Conference; Wakelyns Web Site; Willow & Hazel; Planning & Planners
  • No. 1 – December 2019 – Organic Agroforestry; The Wakelyns Web Site; Wakelyns as a Hub; Wakelyns Tree Planting Day
  • Ann & Martin June 2009 – Wakelyns Agroforestry; The Crops; The Trees
  • Ann’s newsletter 1998 – Tree Planting; Vegetable Planting in Home Field; Cereals & Grass Clover Ley; Harvest; Martin’s New Job; The Other Agenda at Wakelyns; Animals & Birds; Wood Burning