A short film made by a group of young people from County Clare in Ireland that raises awareness about the issue of plastics in our oceans and the impact that can have on wildlife. Dark, stark and very real.
Trying to hang on to the best Summer ever, despite the drought, these vegetables keep on giving Funny thing about courgettes, you either love them or hate them, I adore them. But I’m biased as I grow them in the garden and the tunnel and get to pick them…
Have your say in how sea spaces are used, enjoyed and protected. Public consultations open until Sept. 2018. www.housing.gov.ie/planning/maritime-spatial-planning/maritime-spatial-planning-directive/maritime-spatial-plan
I love walking, it cures a a lot of ailments, and done properly can be a great exercise, Love this article on how to get it right… .theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/jan/06/walk-yourself-fit-transform-body-joanna-hall.
When Housewives Were Seduced by Seaweed | Collectors Weekly.
Thought provoking read about responsible travel hecktictravels.com/responsible-travel
Edible cutlery company wants us to eat our way out of plastic pollution theguardian.com/sustainable-business/2016/apr/13/edible-cutlery-company-eat-plastic-pollution-oceans
Delighted that our Burren Food Trail has been included in the Georgina Campbell’s ireland-guide.com 10 best Food Trails and Festivals in Ireland ireland-guide.com/ten-of-the-best/food-trails-and-festivals—ten-of-the-best. Save Save
It’s one of those cakes that is so easy to throw together, keeps well and is absolutely delicious. It does of course have chocolate in it, but also Rye flour, which is naturally low in gluten, producing cakes and bread with a pleasing continental flavour. This cake recipe is actually…
Love this collection of Free-to-read publications from publishers around the world, including the fab Go Wild mag below, flick through it,I’m on page 15, thanks guys.