Monthly Archives: July 2012

Tune-able LED bulbs?

LED bulbs are very much on the agenda for the National Trust at the moment due to the significant energy saving they can provide, and with the larger properties containing many hundreds of bulbs the savings soon add up. With this in mind I … Continue reading

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Become a National Trust Volunteer – Spotlight on Tom Eagle

Originally posted on National Trust Going Green:
As I referred to in a recent blog on holiday cottages, The National Trust are lucky to benefit from the extensive knowledge and support of our volunteers. The following offers Tom’s thoughts on being a…

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Originally posted on Natalie's Kitchen:
This post was “Freshly Pressed” by WordPress on Thursday 28 June 2012, my thanks go out to all who read, liked and commented. It certainly made for a lively debate!  Love them or hate…

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Pedal powered party

Here’s a link to a superb video that explains all about the pedal power workshop I went to a few weeks ago. Unfortunately it was filmed the day after I was there so you don’t get to see me in … Continue reading

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