Monthly Archives: July 2011

West Malling Farmers’ Market

I finally did it! I managed to schedule my diary correctly and turned up to West Malling Farmers’ Market today. It was a lovely sunny day and there were plenty of people in attendance – it was rare to see … Continue reading

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Roof-top solar panels boost building insulation by more than a third

According to the fantastic ClickGreen website, Scientists have discovered roof-top solar panels are not just providing clean power but are also keeping houses cool in the summer and warm in the winter. In a study in an upcoming issue of … Continue reading

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National Countryside Week 2011

Launched by The Prince‚Äôs Countryside Fund, National Countryside Week runs from 11th July to 18th July and is a celebration of the British Countryside and the people who take care of it. HRH The Prince of Wales will be visiting … Continue reading

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Green Glastonbury

It’s been a while since I wrote a blog entry here and for that I can only apologise. I’ve been busy promoting the EcoLovers site – you may have seen us in local and national press articles recently – plus … Continue reading

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