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Is electric transport part of your business, now or in the future? Electric Living wants to tell people about the sustainable, innovative electric transport options available in Guernsey and they need some help.
Switching to electric transport is one of the most impactful ways individuals can help reduce global carbon emissions. But how much carbon do vehicles actually produce? We commissioned a study to find out.
The Bill Green Award is a local accolade awarded by the YBG annually to recognise achievement in the business community. After a break in 2020 caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the YBG council have revitalised the award and relaunched it in partnership with the Digital Greenhouse.
Exciting News!!! Little Learners Day Nursery are expanding into St Stephens community centre next door.
Guernsey Electricity is teaming up with local installers and trade partners to inspire and accelerate the decarbonisation of heating and transport in Guernsey.
Calling all schools and students- We have opened our Bailiwick Schools Eco challenge for 2021 with Guernsey Post. Encourage your children and their school to get involved to win £1,000 towards environmental improvements and make a real difference.
So, it’s time to properly introduce this important lady who’s been cropping up in our social feeds with Alicia. Lucyna, pictured on the right, is our newly appointed field manager. And makeup maestro – even in the fields, she’s nightclub ready.😆
Food for Families launched in April last year, shortly after Guernsey entered lockdown for the first time, and provided nutritious meals to local families in need at a time when social distancing restrictions were at their peak.
Here’s 5 ways you can spread kindness & help local businesses, that will genuinely help them, while we all navigate through this challenging time.
Colleagues at Specsavers Market Street are celebrating a combined 100 years of service providing eye and hearing care to the community.
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