Monthly Archives: January 2013

More sheep sail from Ramsgate in freezing conditions

More than 1200 sheep sailed from the port of Ramsgate in sub zero conditions and despite a force five to seven gale warning on Friday morning, as RSPCA inspectors again attended the port to monitor the latest live animal exports. … Continue reading

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How to help animals this winter

As the weather takes a turn for the worse, the RSPCA offers advice to animal lovers While severe weather can sometimes leave people with little time to prepare, there are some things which people can do to try and reduce … Continue reading

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The Green Deal and Renewable Energy

This is a guest post from The Green Deal So, what is the Green Deal? As its launch date draws closer, it’s time to really get our teeth into what benefits can be gained from the government scheme. The initiative … Continue reading

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The Green Guide for Small Businesses

The majority of us spend around 40 hours a week working, so it’s important that our workplace is as sustainable and eco-friendly as possible. If you run your own business, or feel that your current employers could be doing more to … Continue reading

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Changing Green Energy Suppliers

For the past few years I have had my energy supplied by NPower through it’s Green Energy scheme it ran in partnership with the National Trust. Over the holiday period I received a letter telling me about all the good … Continue reading

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