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Edible York at St.Crux Church on 14th April

2 April 2015

Fundraising Event Tuesday April 14th

10am to 3.30pm

St Crux Church, end of Shambles

All are invited to this event – refreshments served indoors and out, and stalls selling goods. Some are themed around gardening (plants, tools, pots etc), cooking (kitchen equipment, cookery books) and lots of general bric-a-brac (but no clothes).

You can also help by:

Donating a baked cake – bring anytime from 8am.

Donating items to sell – bring from 8am or phone to arrange collection over the previous weekend 01904 638 874 or 07767 318123.

Lending us a gazebo – please phone.

Volunteering an hour or two in the cafe or behind a stall.

Any queries etc – Edible York is on facebook, twitter, or reply to

Edible York is a registered charity.



Making Sense of Sustainainability – notes now available!

30 March 2015

Presentations and notes from the SustainableCityYork event on 3rd March 2015 are now available online from the council’s website – just click here:-

Minutes for March 2015 meeting added

15 March 2015

Minutes of the meeting held on 10th March 2015 have been added to the document library – link below. You’ll see that it was agreed to engage with the proposed Congestion Commission by exploring organising speaks/discussions; watch the news page for details in due course.

Minutes 2015-03-10

Minutes for February 2015 meeting added

11 March 2015

Minutes of the meeting held on 10th February 2015 have been added to the document library – link below. Philip Crowe’s comments to City of York regarding safeguarded housing land have also been made available.

Minutes here:- Minutes 2015-02-10

Safeguarded land comments here:- Local PLan – Safeguarded Land comments

Minutes for January 2015 meeting added

4 February 2015

Minutes of the meeting held on 13th January 2015 have been added to the document library – link below.

Minutes 2015-01-13

Terry’s Clock Tower forum, January 2015

4 February 2015

The report on the forum at St.Chad’s church on 2st January is now available here.

Forum report

Are you attached to your neighbourhood?

17 January 2015

Catherine Turton is a student at the University of Surrey and she would appreciate your input towards her research project investigating how Yorkshire residents feel about their neighbourhoods, participation in community activities and sustainable behaviour. If you have 10 minutes to spare, she would be very grateful if you could fill in a survey. Please click on the link below.

Catherine Turton

PhD Student

Department of Psychology

Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences

University of Surrey


Guildford  GU2 7XH