Shabby Chic Posted On 30 September 2021

How to get it right   Shabby chic décor can look fantastic, the perfect blend of stylish and homely with a delicate colour palette. Conversely, it can look messy and unfinished. Here’s how to get it right.   What is it? Shabby chic is an interior style that focuses on anachronistic vintage furniture with a …

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Healthy Habits Posted On 29 September 2021

Combine Healthy Eating week and Bike to School week to kickstart your habit   This year both Bike to School week and Healthy Eating week fall on 27th September- 1st October so why not embrace both and feel the massive difference in your, your children’s and the environment’s health.   For Bike to School week, …

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Dive into a New Read Posted On 28 September 2021

Celebrate Read a new Book Month   There is something wonderfully indulgent about settling down with a new book. Some claim it as an act of self-care, others a favourite past time. Whatever you call it, September offers the perfect reason to find a new read and take part in #ReadANewBookMonth   Books have always …

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Promote Unity in your Workplace Posted On 27 September 2021

Celebrate National Inclusion Week 2021   National Inclusion week is taking place from 27th September – 3rd October this year. It is designed to celebrate everyday inclusion in all its forms. 2021 marks the 9th year Inclusive Employers has brought together organisations across the globe to celebrate, share and inspire inclusion practices.   Each year …

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Kitchen Trends of 2021 Posted On 24 September 2021

The single wall and the island   What consumers want from their kitchens changes all the time. However, one trend which has proved it is here to stay is the kitchen island: versatile, attractive and on most peoples’ kitchen wish list. Another trend which has recently emerged it the lean towards a single wall kitchen …

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Slow and Steady wins the Race Posted On 23 September 2021

Delicious Slow Cooker recipes to snuggle up with   Slow cookers allow you to adopt the hands-off cooking approach whilst still creating meals which are full of flavour and delicious to eat. If you’re ever short on time in the morning, slow cookers mean you can prep everything the night before, cover and store in …

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Autumn Décor for your Home Posted On 22 September 2021

Getting your Home ready for Autumn   Nature is doing its part and creating a gorgeous landscape of autumnal colours outside which means it’s time for you to start creating a cosy escape inside your home too. A great place to start is your front door, for two reasons. One: It’s the first glimpse neighbours …

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Boosting your child’s well-being Posted On 21 September 2021

Practical steps you can follow   We all have our ups and downs and for children these can be confusing. It is an unusual time for them as they return to school following the summer holidays with many restrictions being lifted. This could cause them to feel uncertain and a little bit lost. Here are …

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Recycle week Posted On 20 September 2021

Step it up   Recycle Week is Recycle Now’s flagship annual event which is a celebration of recycling across the nation. Now in its 18th year, it’s the one week of the year where retailers, brands, waste management companies, trade associations, governments and the media come together to achieve one goal: to galvanise the public …

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Half a tonne of litter cleared throughout Richmond by volunteers Posted On 17 September 2021

Thames and towpaths picked and cleared by paddle boarders and volunteers last week   Approximately 230 people – comprising roughly 110 paddle boarders and a mix of volunteers from businesses and charities from around the area – helped to clear half a tonne of rubbish in and around the Thames and towpaths in Richmond during …

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