We always read and hear the talk and writings of how are Millennials are addicted to all manner of technology, from smart phones to laptops, tablets, and of course social media, all of which are prevalent in today’s world. However, there is little that is ever published that covers the fact that there is a large portion of Millennials who are very much in touch with the outdoors, nature, wildlife and adventure.
Food is obviously very appealing for all sorts of reasons, and nothing beats the taste of something delicious passing your lips that you have just acquired from the farmer’s market. So it’s little wonder that new research reveals people consider the food they can enjoy as the main factor when it comes to booking a staycation destination.
You may be interested in going glamping to escape the bustle of busy day-to-day life and enjoy a unique experience that couldn’t be further from the generic hotel break, but there are also some other factors that make glamping a wonderful choice for the environment too.
The UK’s public are in agreement with the EU in that they want heightened levels of environmental protection. This is particularly good news for the UK’s wild bee populations along with our exciting natural wild places, a fresh report compiled by Friends of the Earth and YouGov has revealed.
New research related to the UK population’s staycation trends has confirmed that more people are opting to staycation as opposed to heading abroad.
So now that the summer is here for the week we’re sure to see some beautiful sunny days for all to enjoy. So plan your glamping Wales trips, or somewhere equally as appealing when the summer sun is shining, and give our simple guide to making a fun and tasty watermelon keg a go, why don’t you?
The UK is currently enjoying cava and prosecco as sales hit an astonishing 80% growth in terms of sparkling wine sales over the past five years, figures from HM Revenue and Customs have stated.
We all know how hard people work to enjoy their holidays, and you want to make sure that they are as happy as can be. Obviously our glamping holidays are a sure bet for a great time, but in case you wanted to cover all bases, there are three proven scientific ways to ensure a happy family holiday.
We’ve got the three tips here, so check them out and see what you think, although it’s hard not to trust science, right?
Whether it’s a glamping UK vacation or a new bike, online shoppers in the UK like to get a second opinion, a new study has shown, with a significant number (three quarters) of people claiming they’re keen to seek the opinion of someone else before they buy what they’re after online.
People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES), a UK-based wildlife charity has released the most recent factor in its continued orchard conservation programme: an interactive community orchard map, which lists in the region of 400 community orchard groups that are scattered around the UK.