Friday, 12 May 2017

Christophe's plastic recycling project

Hello Neighbour's
See here what Christophe has been knitting up...

If you have any plastic bags that you don't want to end up in landfill, or in the sea, he'll be happy to take them off your hands!

You can contact him on lutardch@hotmail.com and he will be happy to collect.





Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Gardening in May

Community gardening on Butterfield Green will be on

Sunday 21st May 2-4 pm

(not the usual second Sunday!)
Please come along for weeding & dismantling the compost bin.
Gloves and tools to borrow.



Christophe's Recycling Project

Hi everybody,

I am doing an art recycling project. I wonder if anybody can help. I am looking for cheap plastic carry bags like from the market or corner shops, not chain supermarkets, just plain coloured ones, any colour or amount is fine, and I am happy to collect them. They are not popular anymore, but put in the bin they finish in landfield or in the sea...
So I will be quite happy to up-cycle them for you...

I attached a picture of my first unfinished project.
You can contact me by email at: lutardch@hotmail.com

Thanks if you can help.

Christophe

Monday, 10 April 2017

Spring sunshine on Butterfield Green

The Community Orchard in full bloom and the Green in full use during this weekend's glorious sunshine.



Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Birds in Butterfield Green

This year we recorded the birds seen in Butterfield Green as part of the RSPB’s BigBird Watch which took place on the weekend of Saturday 26th February.
The birds recorded were: Blackbirds, Robins, Sparrows, Blue tits, Long tailed tits, Great tits, Fiedfares, Wood pigeons, Feral Pigeons, Crows and Magpies . Song thrushes, Wrens, Goldfinches, Greater Spotted woodpeckers and Ring necked parakeets were recorded earlier in the year.                                                                                               This small park shows how a wide variety of birds can be found in Hackney, including the Fieldfares which have come all the way from Scandinavia this year to feed on the berries growing in our parks and on street trees.

Long tailed tit