Green Weekend: New travel series shows how a trip along England’s Jurassic Coast can be done sustainably

England’s Jurassic Coast – 95 miles of coastline stretching from Exmouth in East Devon to Old Harry Rocks in Studland Bay in Dorset – boasts breathtaking coastal paths, stunning views and historic landmarks. In a new travel series Green Weekend, UNESCO UK and Beyond Your World take viewers on a tour around the most beautiful and significant sites in the UK. As England’s only UNESCO … Continue reading Green Weekend: New travel series shows how a trip along England’s Jurassic Coast can be done sustainably

England city of Chester becomes the world’s first “Sustainable Palm Oil City”

Chester has just become the world’s first city to exclusively source all of their daily goods from sustainable palm oil suppliers. More than 50 schools, businesses, restaurants, and businesses in the England city of Chester have revolutionised their supply chains and committed to sourcing their palm oil products from 100% sustainable sources. Chester achieved the transformation thanks to a long-running campaign that was led by … Continue reading England city of Chester becomes the world’s first “Sustainable Palm Oil City”

Stonehenge: Experiencing complete peace and perfect balance on a hot summer’s day

Stonehenge is England’s most iconic ancient site. As a kid, I always wanted to visit the stone circle, but I did not get the chance to nor did I understand at the time what that immense pull or draw to go there was about. Now as an adult and with an awareness of energy, the healing powers of sacred sites and a greater sense of … Continue reading Stonehenge: Experiencing complete peace and perfect balance on a hot summer’s day

Timber Festival: Summer festival honours the National Forest, England’s “newest” forest

Timber, an international festival exploring the transformative impact of forests, is making its debut this summer in the heart of the National Forest – the first forest to be created in England in over 1,000 years. The family-friendly festival, which takes place from 6-8 July, will feature music, art, ideas and forest. The weekend event, which honours the forest and celebrates nature, also includes wellbeing sessions … Continue reading Timber Festival: Summer festival honours the National Forest, England’s “newest” forest

Log House Holidays: Eco-friendly luxury lakeside in the Cotswolds

Cotswolds-based Log House Holidays have recreated the warmth and comfort of log cabins within a picturesque, secluded setting that is likely to be on the holiday watch list of everyone from eco conscious holidaymakers, families, groups and honeymooners. This eco-friendly, family-friendly, pet-friendly holiday spot is set within a family-run 130 acre nature reserve in the Cotswolds, boasting a tranquil lake as its elemental centrepiece. Log … Continue reading Log House Holidays: Eco-friendly luxury lakeside in the Cotswolds

WiDEYE: Health & beauty products at their sustainable best

WiDEYE is a health and beauty brand that puts ethical ingredients on top of the agenda. As anyone in the industry may be aware, sourcing ethical ingredients can be a challenge. But this is where WiDEYE comes up trumps in rising to the challenge, committing to sourcing and using ingredients that are natural and sustainable. The brand, which has a shop in the small town … Continue reading WiDEYE: Health & beauty products at their sustainable best

Kernow Springs Eco Spa hits the road

Cornwall’s pop-up eco spa, Kernow Springs hits the road at the end of the month putting in an appearance at Cornwall’s Port Eliot Festival. The mobile eco spa, which travels festivals and events in the local region, is run entirely from the power of burning wood and includes: wood fired hot tubs, a wood fired sauna yurt, hot and cold showers, private changing rooms and a cosy Bedouin … Continue reading Kernow Springs Eco Spa hits the road