- April 12, 2017Read more
While we’re still negotiating the terms of BREXIT, we are in a strange position where we are being offered lots of European money for all manner of exciting things. This month one or two of us from the office have attended events arranged by various public sector departments giving us the latest news on the grants available and how to apply.
- February 10, 2017Read more
So hands up who went to the supermarket last week to buy a lettuce and was greeted by what looked like a barren land of empty plastic crates instead? Yes, me too. In the UK we have year-round access to a variety of nutritious, affordable food, produced both at home and imported from around the world.
- January 6, 2017Read more
I knew we were on the slippery slope when the BREXIT campaigns began and the topics of discussion excluded “Climate Change” despite it being, arguably, the biggest threat to all of our lives.
- December 23, 2016Read more
There are plenty of grants and funding options available but choosing the right one for your project is like finding the proverbial needle in the haystack.
- December 22, 2016Read more
Christmas can be a busy time of year, and often thoughts of bins and recycling go to the back of our minds. However, Christmas is also a time where the amount of waste we produce increases, with cards, wrapping paper, trees and boxes that all need to be disposed of. Christmas Cards and Wrapping Paper
- November 23, 2016Read more
“Blustery showers”, that’s what the weatherman said, we could expect “blustery showers”.