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Sustainability

What Does it Mean to be ‘Sustainable’?

What Does it Mean to be ‘Sustainable’?

What it means to be sustainable, is by living in a way that creates harmony between us and the planet. Imagine you have been on a nice muddy walk. If you don’t wipe your boots before entering your house, you’ll track more mud on the carpets. And the more you’ll have...

What to do with Cardboard; Repurposing Rubbish into Creative Genius

What to do with Cardboard; Repurposing Rubbish into Creative Genius

When it comes to cardboard in our rubbish, we use it in abundance. In fact, Cardboard Balers state ‘an average household can throw away as much as 13,000 separate pieces of cardboard every year. Most of this is packaging on foods and retail items’. Although it has...

Introduction to ‘Sustainable Saturday’

Hello and welcome to your ‘Sustainable Saturday’! Every Saturday, I’ll be writing articles that will explore sustainable and eco-friendly ways of living. Each article will focus on a key area of environmental research that I have explored during the week; and each of...

Bye Bye Plastic!

Bye Bye Plastic!

In 2017, a piece of television aired that changed the attitudes of Brits all over the country. The programme was Blue Planet II, narrated by the legend that is Sir David Attenborough. The episode was certainly traumatic, and an eye opener for the nation about the...

It’s Not Easy Bein’ Green

It’s Not Easy Bein’ Green

Header image by Anna Wood Photography Today is all about sustainability and composting – the decay that truly provides magic for the planet – and going a bit green! The Wellbeing Farm has always been a green business, compost being just one of the many ways we keep it...

Save Water, Drink Wine

Save Water, Drink Wine

The 17th of May is Pinot Grigio Day and 25th May is Wine Day – whoever had the brilliant idea to give the opportunity to celebrate wine twice in one month is a genius in our books – and with that in mind, we decided to give grapes a chance and tell you all about some...

Five Reasons to Have an Outdoor Wedding

Five Reasons to Have an Outdoor Wedding

Outdoor ceremonies seem to be more and more popular; and if you think about it, it’s really no surprise. We all see it on our favorite TV dramas – a beautiful day, lots of grass or woodland trees, or perhaps on a sandy beach, a little bit of a breeze, without a cloud...

Lambing Season

Lambing Season

Spring at The Wellbeing Farm is well and truly here – yippee!! It’s the season of new life, which means only one thing… LAMBS!!! We have many working farms as neighbours, and so there are plenty of small clouds on legs running around the neighbouring fields. It’s a...

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