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  • 12/03/14 – Spring into Action!

    PotatoesAs spring is arriving, it’s time to get busy in the garden… There are plenty of things to be doing, so here are some tips on where to start: - Tackle those weeds now to save yourself double the hours work ... read more
  • 05/03/14 – Climate Week 2014

    1656096_665869600115565_1839377099_nAs climate week continues, it’s time to take positive steps, big or small, towards a more sustainable environment and future for all! Making changes such as swapping your soak in the bath for a quick energizing shower; disposing of wet wipes ... read more
  • 26/02/14 – Fairtrade Fortnight

    Bananas_left_FINAL-300x212As Fairtrade Fortnight continues, we thought we’d share the Fairtrade Foundation’s list of where to pick up your Fairtrade bananas. So whether you’re doing the weekly shop, or catering for schools, restaurants or the workplace, you can take action to ... read more
  • 19/02/14 – ‘Do the Green Thing’ for Earth Hour 2014!

    SeasonThe World Wildlife Fund UK have joined forces with ‘Do the Green Thing’ to select three designs to be featured alongside the work of world-famous designers in a 29 piece poster collection to promote sustainability and celebrate Earth Hour 2014 ... read more
  • 04/02/14 – National Green Week

    VolunteeringIconTip of the Week – National Green Week kicked off yesterday and aims to empower schools to engage in sustainability focused lessons, projects and activities to explore how to make a positive impact on the future of our environment. To help make ... read more
  • 28/01/14 – Greening your Workout

    runningStill keeping up the January workout regime? How about making a few simple changes to make yours even more sustainable? EarthShare have some great ideas from taking advantage of hiking and biking trails in your local area, to eco-conscious equipment choices ... read more
  • 21/01/14 – Reducing Peat Use

    Lychnis Flos Cuculi Ragged Robin Rob Large 120310 Disc 052 WWT (2)The alarming amount of peat compost used by Britain’s gardeners hit the headlines this week, due to concern over the continuing depletion of peat bogs – an important store of carbon, wildlife habitat and natural reservoir. To reduce the amount of ... read more
  • 17/01/14 – Winter Bird Feeding

    safe_imageThe RSPB state that over half of adults in the UK feed birds in their garden, which plays an important role in seeing them through food shortages and severe winter weather. If you are, or want to begin providing both natural ... read more