Author: Clare Welfare Inspired by a Keep Britain Tidy campaign, I spotted their challenge of buying nothing new for the month of January. To be honest, you could choose to try this during any month of the year or even just have a go for a week. The idea is to use up what you alreadyContinue reading “Do I want it or do I need it?”
DID YOU KNOW? You could reduce the energy you use and the power bills you pay by using some key kitchen gadgets? Lots of kitchen devices can help you cut down on the fuel you use which is good for the planet and will also save you money.
Author: Katerina Pickup Today is the National Don’t Step on a Bee Day and as I love seeing bees in our garden, I took time to learn a little bit more about them and to share a few facts about these wonderful, hard-working creatures with you! You might find this surprising if not shocking but without theContinue reading “How to bee good 🐝 “
By Karen Laker Planning for the future is difficult in this current climate, we just don’t know when the world (as we knew it) will open up again. Our planet is in crisis. Many environmentalists were calling for changes to how we live before COVID. Climate change is a major problem. The pandemic has putContinue reading “Introducing WH&T Going Green”
By Karen LakerThe Eco Worrier – Yes you read it correctly – I couldn’t quite class myself a warrior – my approach is more gentle. I believe change one thing (at a time) and tell one person (who can listen), rather than shouting from the rooftops with words that may fall on deaf ears. We started beingContinue reading “The Eco Worrier”