Sustainable Travel

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    Review: London’s greenest budget hotel, The Corner London City
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    Almost Wild Camping: A Stay at Digs in the Wig, Pembrokeshire
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    How to spend 48 hours in St Davids, Pembrokeshire
  • Review: A Stay at The Sky Loft, Carmarthenshire

    Review: A Stay at The Sky Loft, Carmarthenshire
  • Review: A stay at The Wye Valley Forest Retreat

    Review:  A stay at The Wye Valley Forest Retreat

Seasonal June: What to Eat Now

Juicy summer fruits like strawberries, raspberries and tomatoes are just coming into season. Whilst they are available in the supermarkets all year round, eating them out of season means more air miles, and ultimately, less flavour. Eating them now, when they’re truly at their best, is a different experience entirely!

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This free energy-saving app could help cut your energy use by 10%

According to the team from a clever little app called Loop, up to 30% of the energy used in an average home each year is currently wasted. This means that there’s big potential for most of us to make the changes needed to benefit both our wallets, and the planet.

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KINDLE CARDIFF SHORTLISTED FOR NATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY AWARD

Independent, city centre restaurant Kindle Cardiff has been shortlisted for the Sustainability Award in the National Restaurant Awards, the largest annual gathering of top chefs and restaurateurs in the UK. Kindle is one of only four restaurants shortlisted in the category, and the only one from Wales.

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A Guide to Cardiff’s Best Farmers’ Markets

During the pandemic, Farmers’ Markets became something of a life line – remaining open to the public due to their status as an essential businesses, and offering a safe, outdoorsy way to shop. 

But these markets are also an excellent way to get closer to the people who grow and produce our food. They have the potential to offer the freshest, tastiest produce (some farmers even pick for the market on the very same day), and can help us to eat more seasonally by offering up the best of what’s in season now.

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Seasonal May: What to Eat Now

It’s easy to fall into the habit of buying out of season produce from the supermarket all year round – but it’s worth remembering that eating seasonally is healthier, fresher, tastier, and kinder to the planet, too.

To help you shop more sustainably, here’s my latest seasonal veg guide (complete with a few delicious recipe ideas) to help you choose the best of British fruit and vegetables this May.

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