Monthly Archives: July 2012

Picnic Recipe – Rustic Ham Sandwich

Part of the RSPCA Higher Welfare Picnic Recipe Series. A special ham sandwich recipe courtesy of Richard Johnson, TV presenter and food writer. Preparation Time: 10 minutes Ingredients: 4 tbsp good quality mayonnaise (look for one made with free-range eggs) … Continue reading

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Picnic Recipe – Bacon and Cheese Quiche

Part of the RSPCA Higher Welfare Picnic Recipe Series. A special Bacon and Cheese Quiche recipe courtesy of Richard Johnson, TV presenter and food writer. Preparation Time: 40 minutes Cooking Time: 50 minutes Ingredients: plain flour for dusting 1 x … Continue reading

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Picnic Recipe – Mustard Sausage Rolls

Part of the RSPCA Higher Welfare Picnic Recipe Series. A special mustard sausage rolls recipe courtesy of Richard Johnson, TV presenter and food writer. Preparation Time: 40 minutes Cooking Time: 20 minutes Ingredients: 1 red onion, finely chopped 1 tbsp … Continue reading

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RSPCA Launches Higher Welfare Picnic Campaign

Summer may have got off to a damp start, but with the school holidays stretching out in front of us and with cheering Great Britain on to glory at the Olympics, there’s still plenty of reasons to get together with friends and … Continue reading

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Looking for a new environmental job?

Whilst looking to see what environmental jobs were available I stumbled across a wonderful website which lists green jobs in a variety of categories from Climate Change to Sustainable Transport. www.EnvironmentJob.co.uk The site is frequently updated throughout the working day … Continue reading

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Government “dithering” over wind energy is leading to disaster

Industry leaders and campaign groups have today warned that Government “dithering” on wind energy subsidy cuts could prove a disaster for the sector. Phil McVan, managing director of Myriad CEG Wind, was speaking after reports the Government has delayed a … Continue reading

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Experts deliver biggest solar PV project in the north of England

A leading renewable energy company has completed the biggest roof-based solar PV project in the North of England. The 1077 Hyundai solar panels were installed by Liverpool-based Eco Environments at the Warrington site of temperature controlled storage and distribution company Cold Move. The … Continue reading

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