Success in my local area - new fruit trees planted.
Apparently in the UK we import 90% of our fruit
, and about 1.5% of all our fruit and veg comes by air
so it is not going anywhere at the moment. Bananas are still fine as they come by boat into Southampton and Portsmouth, mostly from the Commonwealth republics in the Carribean. The ashcloud is still disrupting air freight and I'm not sure anyone knows when freight will be moving again. The ash cloud is still preventing any flights through the UK's major international airports in the most heavily populated region, South-East England 
. It's easiest to notice the ash here from the fine layer on the cars that have been out overnight, and there is occasionally a sulphury smell in the air.
So - a move for local food security - we got some native trees planted on common land which will produce fruit with very little maintenance. It's a good start.
New fruit trees - apple, plum and pear - planted here.
Our local group worked with the council and we got some funding through the government's 'Connecting Communities' fund, and as well as renewing a zebra crossing and rebuilding a path, we acquired these fruit trees!