The resurgence of Resurgence

A mulberry tree took centre stage on 18 May as guests celebrated the completion of renovations at our new Resurgence Centre. Chef and food campaigner Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, who supported our crowdfunder, planted the tree, and wild-flower seeds were scattered to mark the occasion.

The historic buildings that housed The Small School have been transformed into a carbon-negative centre (EPC rating of -11) and space for education, art and music that will be enjoyed by people of all ages from the local community to across the world. Resurgence ...


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