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The Biggest Glasshouse on Earth

May 18, 2018

London has many extraordinary sights but one of the most impressive must be the world’s biggest Victorian glasshouse at Kew Gardens. The last five years has seen a major redevelopment project underway which has finally been completed, resulting in the re-opening of the Temperate House. The whole of the Grade I listed structure was stripped […]

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Four soft-skill training drills for your contact centre

May 3, 2018

With contact centres continuing to grow and evolve, coming into contact with them is becoming more common. Image Credit With over 6000 contact centres in the UK employing around 4% of the country’s workforce, as customers we expect skilled and knowledgeable agents to resolve problems we call about. To get the best from your staff, […]

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Benefits of a Back Garden Clear Out

May 1, 2018

As the nicer weather is (hopefully) just around the corner, now is probably a good time to sort out your back garden and get rid of any winter build-up. A spring time clean up means you get to enjoy all your back garden has to offer during the summer, without feeling like it needs avoiding […]

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What ho chaps! It’s Biggles in his Spitfire, what!

April 28, 2018

In the 1920, 30’s and 40’s one “chap” came to represent the epitome of heroes for boys. This was the famous Biggles. Ace pilot and adventurer the living example of derring do. As the British Empire began to disappear, here was the guy to keep China British, see off the “fuzzie wuzzie’s” (it was not […]

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Prepare your garage door for the warm months ahead

April 28, 2018

You may be used to getting the exterior of your home ready for winter, but did you realise that there is plenty you can do to prepare for the warm months of the summer? If you take some time to prepare your garage door for the effects of warmer temperatures, you will be repaid in […]

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How to choose a cold room

April 28, 2018

A cold room is a useful asset for any commercial food business or home. They are a superbly flexible and efficient method of maintaining produce at a low temperature and provide you with the ability to store larger volumes of foods at cold temperatures, which allows you to both purchase and prepare in bulk. This […]

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How a tyre scrapyard is being returned to nature

April 28, 2018

Some of the most polluting by-products of our reliance on our cars are the mountains produced by disused tyres. Luckily, there is good news from North Shropshire of land being reclaimed for nature after being used as a tyre dump. Image Credit With a tyre dump there is always a risk of fire, which can […]

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Why Might a Restaurant Undercook Your Steak?

April 27, 2018

How often does it happen that you go out to eat and order a steak that’s medium-rare, only to get a very rare piece of meat served on your plate? If this sounds familiar to you, you are not alone. Image Credit The practice of undercooking steak is rife in restaurants across the globe, and […]

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Going going gone! What to do at the Auction house when selling

April 26, 2018

We’ve all seen those programmes on the telly. The ones where some people buy some tat at a car boot sale and then take it to an auction house and hope to make some cash out of it. Or the other one is where they go hunting in the attic for some lost knickknack that […]

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Is it time to move on?

April 26, 2018

Have you been considering a move recently? Perhaps things have changed in your life, you hate your job or sick of your neighbours? Perhaps it hasn’t occurred to you that moving might be an option. Here are some key signs that it might be time to look for a new place to call home: Things […]

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