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Eco-Sustainable Community Thoulstone Park

July 31, 2014 by  
Filed under Green Living, Travel & Tourism

The vision of Thoulstone Park co-founders, James and Alka Hughes-Hallett, is to link together economic, social and environmental sustainability values in the form of a mixed-use, holistically integrated live-work community that is a culturally enriching location. The development, which they are calling the Thoulstone Park Eco-sustainable Community Development Project, could include a hotel, local produce […]

Natural Bespoke Confetti for Weddings

July 30, 2014 by  
Filed under Green Living, Lifestyle

Wedding season can actually be any season. Although there are obviously more weddings planned for the summer, if you are planning a wedding for later on this year or maybe next year, then confetti will be one of the items on your list of things to source. Throwing confetti over the bride and groom after […]

Zero Waste To Landfill – Why Businesses Be Aware Of It

July 29, 2014 by  
Filed under Green Living

Zero waste to landfill is a vision that aims to prevent waste going to landfill. Instead of waste going to landfill, everything is reused and recycled in some way. It is a form of waste management which eliminates the concept of throwing things away at all. With adequate planning and organisation, most waste does not […]

Choi Time Teas

Choi Time Teas offer a range of delicious Chinese teas which are packed with anti-oxidants, that have been hailed as the ‘Dom Perignon of the tea world’, by the Sunday Times. The award winning teas are sourced direct from the tea growing provinces of China. The family run business are fully committed to providing healthy, high […]

Green People’s Organic Children Sticky Hand Sanitiser

We all know that going out and about with young children can be stressful, not least because they tend to explore and touch everything in their path leading to the potential transference of harmful bacteria. Green People’s Certified Organic Children Sticky Hand Sanitiser is the perfect travel-friendly product. No water is needed, just pump and […]

Go Vegan With Viva! at Vegfest

VegfestUK London takes place on September 27th 28th at Olympia West and is expected to attract around 10,000 visitors over two days. Set up earlier this year to follow up the hugely successful Veganuary campaign, the Viva! 30 Day Pledge gives you all the tools and information that you need to successfully transition to a wondrously healthy 100% plant-based […]

New Kickstarter Campaign: The Ohyo 1000 Collapsible Water Bottle

A Kickstarter campaign has been launched for a new sustainable product, the Ohyo 1000. Ohyo is the handy, collapsable water bottle that’s easy to take anywhere. An extended Ohyo holds 500ml of water. Then, when empty, the Ohyo collapses down to fit in your pocket, handbag and even your hat! You can re-use your Ohyo, which helps […]

The Green Shop

If you are looking for a more sustainable way of life, then The Green Shop has a great selection of environmentally friendly gifts and products for a greener life. The shop has masses to choose from which include bodycare, books/CD’s, cleaning products, energy and recycling products, homeware, gifts and natural and eco paints. The company has […]

The Subway Helping Hearts Family 5K Event

The 2014 SUBWAY Helping Hearts™ Family 5K series, is taking place on the 24th August on Durdham Down, Stoke Road, Bristol from 12-3pm. The event is run in conjunction with national charity Heart Research UK, and is open to all ages and abilities with participants encouraged to walk, run or push their way around the course. […]

Recycled Art Foundation

July 14, 2014 by  
Filed under Green Living, Recycle Now

The Recycled Art Foundation create outstanding works of art from unwanted and discarded items. The recycling world enables the foundation to source these items, and use as valuable materials to make artwork. The foundation was formed to offer a platform to showcase the benefits of recycling art to a wider audience. There was such a […]

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