Sunday 24th June 2018
2.00 – 4.00 pm
Ley Hall, Lealholm YO21 2AG
Come and hear more about where to find herbs, how to grow them and their uses past and present.
Enjoy a free hedgerow drink with herb related nibbles.
Enter the free draw for vouchers for herb plants from Poets Cottage Nursery, Lealholm.
To book a place go to http://bit.ly/HuntforHerbsAfternoon
or phone Caryn Loftus on 01642 723137.
Go on a hunt for herbs near the Esk Valley line and send us your best two photos of herbs. The herbs can be growing on a station platform, in the wild or in a garden (make sure you ask permission of the gardener though).
There will be prizes of £25 each for:
- best photo of herbs at a station
- best photo of wild herbs taken on a walk between/near stations
- best photo of cultivated herbs taken on a walk between/near stations
Photographs should be high resolution, JPG format over 1 MB.
Closing date for entries is 30th September 2018 and the winners will be announced by the 31st October 2018.
Please submit your photographs by email to Moor Sustainable email@example.com
Full details and rules can be found at http://www.moorsustainable.org.uk/hunt-for-herbs/hunt-for-herbs-photo-competition/
We have created a new Energy section on our website bringing together the resources that were developed by the Esk Valley Community Energy Group with resources from our Green Open Homes events.
Energy is one of Moor Sustainable’s key themes as the reduction of energy use and the generation of renewable energy are key to reducing our carbon footprint.
Visit our projects page to see the energy related projects that the Moor Sustainable team has undertaken.
To find out what you could do, look at our pages introducing the options and showing ways in which people in the area have reduced their use of energy and how people are generating energy locally:
Our new Hunt for Herbs project aims to encourage people along or near the route of the Esk Valley Community Railway line to investigate the use of herbs, both wild and cultivated. We will be exploring the use of herbs in the past and the benefits of growing more herbs in the future so that people will be inspired to find out more to help maintain and develop the environment of the Esk Valley. We will be creating a project page over the next few weeks.
The project is funded through the Land of Iron programme.
Great fun was had by all at the 21st Great Ayton New Year’s Eve ceilidh.
Cleveland Bays Ceilidh Band and Christ Church Hall have been booked for the New Year’s Eve Ceilidh 2018. Put it in your diary that tickets will be on sale from 1st November.