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Social Media is currently one of the largest industries around the world. Boasting approximately 45% of the world as it’s users, now is the time to jump in and make sure your business is booming.
From 28th September, The Campaign for Wool’s annual Wool Week will mark it’s 10th year of raising awareness of this purely natural resource that is home grown. Throughout our history Britain has raised sheep, processed wool, made garments and furnishings from this most natural and much-loved textile and exported wool and textiles throughout the world.
Britain is blessed with a fabulous coastline and we have our fair share of it here on our doorsteps. It has become apparent, thanks to massive publicity in the media, that areas of the country, especially the coastal areas have become polluted and in some cases almost unfit for human use, debris from ships, debris from beach visitors not taking their rubbish home with them plus all of the flotsam and jetsam thrown up from goodness knows where by the sea. Plus, plastic micro particles are entering the food chain leaving all of us at risk. What can we do to prevent this detritus from accumulating and causing growing health risks?
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5th March is Pancake Day,
5th March is Pancake Day,
Pancake Day falls on Tuesday 5th March 2019, also known as Shrove Tuesday, so it’s time to head for yourLocal High Street and buy ingredients ready for the big day!
This event started life 19 years ago,with the aim of celebrating the impact of student volunteers and encouraging students to engage in civic life.Student Hubs and The National Union of Students – the NUS – are supporting Student Volunteering Week – SVW – to deliver the campaign.
Fairtrade Fortnight continues until the 10th March 2019, during two weeks each year thousands of individuals, companies and groups of people across the Country join together to celebrate and show support for the growers of much of our food. Food is often produced in the poorest Countries across the World and the people who grow it are often exploited and poorly paid,amongst the crops that are grown is chocolate from the cocoa bean, a luxury food taken for granted by for most of us.
Why not join in the fun and don a warm Christmassy Jumper in support of this very worthwhile Charity?Who needs an excuse to dress up and have fun ? We all do! Winter is upon us and it is getting frosty out, so a cheery Jumper to wrap up in is just fabulous. Thousands of people the length and breadth of the UK will be sharing the joy of Christmas by wearing a Christmas Jumper for the day at work and in many public places.
Anger is an emotion that everyone experiences in life due a vast array of stimulants some people find anger harder to control than others.
A Porch is a great use of extra space in front of your home which you can use for a number of reasons.
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