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However big or small your bike-related issues are, get yourself down to our open workshop. We’ve got a fully stocked community tool chest (so you don’t have to spend a fortune on a tool you’ll use twice), lots of lovely bike stands and friendly mechanics to give you a hand!
We keep a stock of all the parts that wear out regularly and we also sell secondhand parts, so if you’re looking for a deal (or something slightly rare), we might have just the thing!
The St Nic’s local produce and craft market is back! Every Friday morning between 11am and 1pm there will be stall in the little garden at the top of Stert Street (in the church if wet) selling fresh veg, local eggs, home-baked cakes and preserves, plants, seedlings and flowers.
Go early to get the best selection!
Even more important, if you have any produce to sell, you can do so at the market provided you collect the money and any unsold items promptly at 1pm, and donate 10% of the takings to St Nicolas Church funds. To join the happy band of producers, email Gilly Osborne firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are very happy to support this well-established venture bringing excellent, incredibly fresh local food right into the centre of town. Please help make it a success!
It’s a shop… in a van! The finest, freshest local and organic fruit and veg Oxfordshire can supply, with additional produce from UK and the rest of Europe. Come aboard and have a browse every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
EAST OXFORD | Thursdays 3-8pm | Magdalen Road, outside the Rusty Bicycle
JERICHO | Fridays 12-6pm | Little Clarendon Street
HEADINGTON | Saturdays 9.30am-3pm | Barclays Bank, Old High Street
SUMMERTOWN FARMERS’ MARKET | Sundays 10am-2.30pm | Banbury Road, in front of M&S.
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View Cultivate’s VegVan stops in a map, which will also give you a list of the stops for easier use.
If you already enjoy or would like to grow food, design systems, live a sustainable lifestyle, meet others who share similar ethics, then Permaculture offers a chance to learn how principles and systems can help you change your lifestyle and produce more of your own food.
Taught by Niels Corfield, Permaculture Designer and Teacher and supported by Rachel Hammond, Founder of Incredible Edible Oxford, the course will be run over 7 weekends starting in September 2017.
The dates for the course will be as follows:
Topics covered will include design, buildings, woodland, garden and farm scale growing, integrated crops/animals, economics, communities and much more. Teaching will take place at various sites and projects across the City, celebrating community and growing projects with various themes.
Please note that accommodation and food are not included in the price of this course, but in the spirit of permaculture we will recommend bring and share lunches.
Please note, you will still receive your permaculture design certificate if you miss two days or one weekend of the course.
Places are limited. To book onto the course, please complete the form by following this link: http://bit.ly/2tdGmao
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