If you are in the Devon region tonight you have the chance to not only witness the first Blue Moon to rise over the skies of Devon for the first time in 3 years, you will also experience a Supermoon at the same time.
The RSPB are asking for people up and down the UK to join them in their latest initiative, which involves spending a night outdoors as part of the RSPB’s Big Wild Sleepout.
While many of us enjoy a cold beer on a warm summer’s evening in the garden, at a barbeque and of course while staying in glamping UK accommodation, have you ever considered that drinking more beer could indeed help to protect this ball of stuff we call home? Just to clarify, this doesn’t mean heading to the local to sink half a dozen, we are actually talking about a New Zealand-based brewery who have come up with an ingenious creation that produces a fuel made using beer waste.
It’s officially National Picnic Week! What better way to celebrate it than to go for a delightful walk to your favourite tranquil spot, or perhaps to an undiscovered location while you’re on holiday in one of our glamping wagons? In the meantime why don’t you check out our 10 facts you never knew about the popular pastime of picnicking?
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This inspiring tree house style Lodge sits on the edge of a private woodland and lake, deep in the rolling hills of the Devon countryside. A quarry stone basement roots the Lodge into the side of a sloping woodland with a cedar clad second floor above. The panoramic balcony sweeps around the Lodge at treetop level providing an incredible sense of space and height. As far as quirky holidays UK glamping abodes offer they really don’t come more chic than this one!
You may or may not have heard of Charlie and Meg’s Roundhouse. You may or may not be aware of the structural delight they, along with a collection of some exceptionally skilled friends created. But we’re hoping that, after reading this, you will be as excited with their recent good news as we are.
We have a great deal to thank the RSPB for in terms of the UK’s existence of wildlife. Their tireless endeavours in order to protect and preserve the great varieties of superb species currently going through a hard time as they continue to try and thrive within Britain.
Being advocators of a sustainable energy we love to hear of new progresses and advances in solar energy. To some this latest talking point may come from an unlikely source, but if you know film-maker James Cameron for his other passions away from the movie world, you will know this is probably an invention that is set to mean something special is coming.