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A Brief History of the Emmy’s?

A Brief History of the Emmy’s The Emmy Awards, commonly known as the Emmy’s, are prestigious awards that honor outstanding achievements in television. They are given annually to recognize excellence…

Big Schools Birdwatch 2024

Big Schools Birdwatch 2024 The Big Schools Birdwatch is an exciting annual event that encourages schoolchildren across the country to participate in citizen science and learn about our feathered friends.…

Houseplant Week in the UK 8th – 14th January 2024

Houseplant Week in the UK 8th – 14th January 2024 Houseplant Week is an annual event that takes place in the United Kingdom to celebrate the beauty and benefits of…

How Accurate is the Met Office Weather Forecast?

How Accurate is the Met Office Weather Forecast? A weather forecast plays a crucial role in our day-to-day lives, helping us plan outdoor activities, make travel arrangements, and prepare for…

How to do deal with Flooding issues…

How to Deal with Flooding Issues Flooding is a natural disaster that can cause significant damage to properties and pose threats to human lives. It occurs when an area’s drainage…

A History of: Knowsley Safari Park

A History of: Knowsley Safari Park Knowsley Safari Park, located in Merseyside, England, is one of the most popular safari parks in the entire country. This magnificent park spans over…

How to Recycle your Electrical Waste?

How to Recycle Your Electrical Waste Electronic waste, commonly known as e-waste, refers to discarded electrical or electronic devices. It is one of the fastest-growing waste streams globally, as technology…

A Brief history of Blackpool Tower

A Brief history of Blackpool Tower Blackpool Tower is an iconic landmark and tourist attraction located in Blackpool, a seaside town on the northwest coast of England. Standing at a…

World Soil Day – 5th December 2023

World Soil Day – 5th December 2023 Every year on December 5th, the world comes together to celebrate World Soil Day. This day was designated by the United Nations General…

Oceans of Plastics 2023 – 22nd November 2023

Oceans of Plastics 2023 – 22nd November 2023 Ocean pollution is a worldwide problem that continues to escalate, with plastics being a significant contributor. On 22nd November 2023, an international…

What do Bee’s bring to the economy?

What Do Bees Bring to the Economy? Bees are incredible creatures that play a vital role in our planet’s ecosystem. While many people associate bees with honey production, their contribution…

Advantage Utilities supports net zero progress and energy savings for businesses through Carbon Reporting and Bureau Service

Energy and sustainability consultancy Advantage Utilities has underscored the need for businesses to explore carbon reporting and bureau services as the most effective means of achieving net-zero. The Climate Change…

Hospitality businesses in Scotland urged to review their energy costs ahead of possible rent hikes

Hospitality businesses could be at risk of rent and other cost rises due to inflation still being high, and for some these additional costs are untenable. A total of 3,347…

‘Recharge in Nature’ – BMW supports new National Parks projects

Nature restoration, wellbeing and projects encouraging more sustainable tourism will be supported in all 15 of the UK’s National Parks, across the three-year partnership with BMW BMW commits to supporting…

Lake District EV Trail welcomes electric car drivers

The Lake District EV Trail is a 74-mile route that features some of the region’s most popular visitor       destinations The EV Trail includes a growing number of chargepoints,…

MINI plants over 8,000 trees through Tiny Forest partnership

14th MINI Tiny Forest planted in partnership with Earthwatch Europe Over 8,000 trees planted in total, covering 2,844 square metres of new forest Plantings have engaged over 1,600 volunteers from local…

Plastic Free July: How Can You Pitch in?

Plastic Free July is a global movement that encourages people to reduce their use of disposable plastics for the entire month of July. By taking simple steps to eliminate single-use…

List of Low Emission Zones in the UK

The UK has been striving for years to reduce the amount of pollution on its roads and within its cities. One of the measures that has been implemented is the…

UK Container Maintenance to Exhibit at APSE Scotland Fleet, Waste and Grounds Seminar

UK Container Maintenance (UKCM), is proud to announce that they will be exhibiting at The Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE) Scotland Fleet, Waste and Grounds Seminar 2023, on Tuesday…

Egg teams up with the RAC to offer home EV chargers to members

The RAC has named clean energy company Egg as its newest electric vehicle (EV) charging partner, meaning it will now promote Egg’s home EV chargers to drivers as well as…

Round-trip Roadtrips With No Charge: The Best Bank Holiday Getaways by EV

With over a million electric vehicles registered in the UK, and March 2023 seeing the strongest growth for fully electric vehicles, EV chargepoint provider Egg is showing that bank holiday…

Round-trip Roadtrips With No Charge: The Best Bank Holiday Getaways by EV

With over a million electric vehicles registered in the UK, and March 2023 seeing the strongest growth for fully electric vehicles, EV chargepoint provider Egg is showing that bank holiday…

The Best Festivals to Visit in London, England in 2023

If you’re planning a trip to London in 2023, you’re in for a treat! The city is known for its vibrant cultural scene, and there are plenty of festivals and…

Best Festivals to Visit in South West, England in 2023

The South West of England is known for its rich history, stunning coastline, and vibrant culture. From food and music to arts and literature, the region boasts some of the…

Best Festivals to Visit in West Midlands in England for 2023

The West Midlands is a region in England that is rich in history and culture. It is also known for its numerous festivals that are celebrated throughout the year. In…