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  • First waste food supermarket now open

    21 Sep 2016 ~ Environment, Food

    Roughly one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year — approximately 1.3 billion tonnes — gets lost or wasted. Due to some inspirational pioneers some of that produce has already been diverted from landfill. And they've just opened their first supermarket selling waste food. more

  • Favourite books about elephants

    21 Sep 2016 ~ Environment, Learning

    To celebrate Elephant Appreciation Day on 22nd September we picked our seven favourite books about this majestic beast more

  • Celebrate Cupcake Week!

    21 Sep 2016 ~ Food

    To celebrate National Cupcake Week from 19 Sept, we've brought you this super chocolatey little number […] more

  • Finding perfect health in autumn

    19 Sep 2016 ~ Health, Living

    Sebastian Pole shares his advice and techniques for a healthy vibrant autumn using the ancient practice of Ayurveda […] more

  • Celebrate Equinox; Harvest Abundance

    19 Sep 2016 ~ Environment, Learning

    Autumn Equinox on 22nd September is the harvest celebration of the year - Glennie Kindred invites us to give thanks for all that we have gathered […] more

  • How to use reflexology at home

    19 Sep 2016 ~ Health

    There’s something wonderfully empowering about having healing at your fingertips. Wherever you are, you have access to a natural potential for creating wellness for yourself and your family. Holistic therapies are exciting because they encompass a central truth we hold within us – we have the potential to heal. Reflexology is particularly exciting because you don’t need anything special to do it – no herbs, no tinctures, no tools - just your hands. You can do it in a shopping queue, in the car, at home and on holiday. To celebrate World Reflexology Week, here's a guide to practicing at home. […] more

Popular Articles

  • First waste food supermarket now open

    21 Sep 2016 ~ Environment, Food

    Roughly one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year — approximately 1.3 billion tonnes — gets lost or wasted. Due to some inspirational pioneers some of that produce has already been diverted from landfill. And they've just opened their first supermarket selling waste food. more

  • Favourite books about elephants

    21 Sep 2016 ~ Environment, Learning

    To celebrate Elephant Appreciation Day on 22nd September we picked our seven favourite books about this majestic beast more

  • Celebrate Cupcake Week!

    21 Sep 2016 ~ Food

    To celebrate National Cupcake Week from 19 Sept, we've brought you this super chocolatey little number […] more

  • Finding perfect health in autumn

    19 Sep 2016 ~ Health, Living

    Sebastian Pole shares his advice and techniques for a healthy vibrant autumn using the ancient practice of Ayurveda […] more

  • Celebrate Equinox; Harvest Abundance

    19 Sep 2016 ~ Environment, Learning

    Autumn Equinox on 22nd September is the harvest celebration of the year - Glennie Kindred invites us to give thanks for all that we have gathered […] more

  • How to use reflexology at home

    19 Sep 2016 ~ Health

    There’s something wonderfully empowering about having healing at your fingertips. Wherever you are, you have access to a natural potential for creating wellness for yourself and your family. Holistic therapies are exciting because they encompass a central truth we hold within us – we have the potential to heal. Reflexology is particularly exciting because you don’t need anything special to do it – no herbs, no tinctures, no tools - just your hands. You can do it in a shopping queue, in the car, at home and on holiday. To celebrate World Reflexology Week, here's a guide to practicing at home. […] more

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