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  • 7 Jun 2014

    Bringing people together through conservation and art

    ONCA is short for One Network for Conservation and the Arts. This environmental arts charity is based in the South East of England and runs exhibitions, workshops and performances from their gallery in Brighton. The Green MP Caroline Lucas describes ONCA as “a wonderfully creative space for exploration and reflection”. The aim of ONCA is to raise awareness of ecology and conservation through the arts, bringing together researchers, artists, scientists, educators and the public at their gallery. […] more

  • 27 May 2014

    Get £20 off tickets for Colourfest

    When friends told us that Colourfest is their “favourite, heart-centred family festival”, we had to find out more. Now in its third year, Colourfest festival is a celebration of the many colours of life. Running from Friday 6th to Monday 9th June in the heart of the Dorset countryside, this magical event explores beauty and depth through yoga, music, art, dance, storytelling, poetry and theatre. We caught up with the organisers, Rowan Cobelli and Robbie Newman, to discover what’s on offer: […] more

  • 15 May 2014

    WIN A £50 VOUCHER TO SPEND AT FAB & FAIR

    Fab & Fair offer a carefully selected range of the very best and award-winning, ethical, fair-trade, eco, green, organic and ‘made in the UK’, cool fashion and gifts. Fab & Fair also voluntarily donate up to 10% net sales to charity, how fab is that! Fab& Fair are offering readers of the Green Parent Magazine a chance to win a £50 voucher to spend in their lovely online store. […] more

  • 13 May 2014

    Make this a month for walking!

    If you keep meaning to get outdoors and get fit but can never seem to find the time, walking to work or school could be the answer. With road transport contributing to climate change, poor air quality, noise pollution and congested towns and cities, walking is one of the greenest choices you can make – good not just for you, but for the planet. There are 34 million vehicles on UK roads, 28 million of which are cars. If you drive to work, you’ll certainly have noticed just how many other people are doing it too, and almost all are travelling alone. […] more

  • 7 May 2014

    What to do in the garden in May

    May is often one of the most exciting months in the garden. Seeds sowed in early spring are really flourishing and often the combination of sunny days and rain showers causes an absolute abundance of greenery. Areas that looked barren are suddenly vibrant with life and seedlings shoot up - as do weeds. We once went away on holiday for two weeks in May and came back to a completely different garden: lush, gloriously green and completely overgrown! It’s a month for keeping an eye on the weeds too as they compete with seedlings for nutrients and moisture. […] more

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