Our Partners and Associate Members
Emmie and Grzegorz create gardens that are in tune with Nature, using sustainable environmentally friendly materials and functional design. They offer garden maintenance/makeovers and year round tidy ups; mowing, weeding, pruning trees, pond design/ maintenance, hedge and shrub cutting.
They create beautiful naturalistic feeling gardens that attract people, wildlife and grow healthy food. They can also create more ordered gardens with defined areas, and ornamental edible plant beds, it all depends what you're looking for in your garden. They mainly use Perennials in our designs as they are low maintenance and come back year after year.
Also available for Environmental Arts workshops in schools and community groups. For more information on their workshops, please take a look at their sister page on Facebook Muddy Fingers Environmental Arts on the link shown below.
Muddy Fingers Environmental Arts, donates 20% of its revenue to support Environmental Learning programs. If you would like to learn more about our charitable program check the link below.
Both Grant and Helen are experienced at teaching in a class, in private tutorials and online. Grant specialises in learning support, helping children who have difficulties with English and Maths. He is also a History and Craft teacher. Helen is a Classicist by training, teaching Latin and Ancient History from the first steps to GCSE. She's also an Art and IT specialist.
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Happy Food Coop was started in 2017, by Matthew Rowe, to bring together his love of food with the desire to create happier communities.
The journey of the idea has moved from a wholefood organic food stall to a veg box and now to a farm.
The vision is to create happy communities that have a healthy and vibrant environmentally-conscious food system at their heart.
Offering a unique part-time education for children aged between 5 and 11 near Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk.
What makes us different is the individual teaching of the core skills using Montessori methods within a focus on the environment and creativity.
Our aim is to develop in children a deep care and respect for themselves, for others and for the world in which they live.
We provide home educating families with a place where their children can learn and feel at home. We are a mixed age, nurturing and stimulating educational setting which forms part of a child's overall education.
West Suffolk Home Education Hub is a website and social media page with information for home educating families in West Suffolk. We host the West Suffolk Home Ed Fayre at The Apex twice a year, and produce the West Suffolk Home Ed magazine, with articles and artwork from local families and businesses. The Hive will be a safe space for home educating families to come and learn together, and we will be offering educational sessions and workshops in the future.
Find out more at www.westsuffolkhomeed.org.uk or find us on Facebook or Instagram.
Nature Explorers provides a website and social media channels inspiring a love of nature in West Suffolk by exploring, learning and connecting. It is managed by Steph Holland, who is a Forest School practitioner, and who has completed the natural mindfulness guide training with Ian Banyard, and the Human Toolbox practitioner training with Lindy Wheeler. Steph hopes to continue to share her enthusiasm for nature and nature connection by holding workshops and outdoor learning sessions at The Hive.
Find out more at www.natureexplorers.org.uk or follow me on Facebook and Instagram.
St Edmundsbaby provides an independent website and magazine offering support and resources for local parents, with a directory of local businesses and support services, and links to a variety of nearby attractions for families. The Hive will provide families with a venue for support groups, baby and toddler classes and a child-friendly space to meet up. We will promote and support the Suffolk Mobile Sling Library and the Suffolk Cloth Nappy Library, and act as a hub for families to spend time in a natural environment.
Find out more at www.stedmundsbaby.org.uk or find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Our Bury St Edmunds is the Business Improvement District for the town, which delivers projects and services aimed to make Bury St Edmunds a better place to live, work, study and visit.
They work with businesses inside and outside the defined geographic BID zone, as well as local authorities and other regional organisations to deliver six key priority areas for Bury St Edmunds. They include:
For more information, go to www.ourburystedmunds.com
Tina runs Centred in Nature, which includes a range of offerings designed to guide, educate, support of connect, depending on your personal relationship with nature and what your needs are: