As the long, hot summer fades and the autumn gets ready to step in with its free display of stunning colours across our woodlands, countryside and gardens, the retailer’s displays have already been transformed. Barbeques, garden furniture, summer dresses and beachwear have now been replaced with festive teasers. Shelves are stacked with Christmas tableware, decorations, and kids’ toys.
It seems this summer my friends are embracing festivals with their five year olds and I’ve been asked countless times about what to…
A football club right here in the UK has been named the world’s first UN certified carbon-neutral football club.
When it comes to festivals and being sustainable, we have a long way to go. So much plastic, from drinks through to food vendors is rife and when you’re locked in a festival environment for the weekend, there’s often few alternatives out there. So, when Deer Shed announced that they were getting #DrasticOnPlastic at this year’s festival, we travelled down to Thirsk in Yorkshire to see what it’s all about.
We can’t wait to celebrate the start of the school holidays with a family friendly festival tucked away in Yorkshire. In its 9th…
Timber Festival is a brand new, independent festival set in the National Forest and it’s taking place this weekend… 6-8 July… we can’t…
There’s something exciting happening in the world of theatre! The world’s first cycling theatre company, The HandleBards, pedal from venue to venue with all the set, props and costume necessary to perform environmentally sustainable Shakespeare across the globe. How blooming exciting is that?!
This summer you can see either Romeo and Juliet or Twelfth Night all across the UK. We are super excited that they are bringing sustainable outdoor theatre at a very accessible cost!
Visit www.handlebards.com to find out more!
£12 early bird (limited availability)
Children under 12 free.
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