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How smart is your smart meter?

POSTED ON 30 OCTOBER 2019

Over 14 million smart meters have been installed in the UK so far, but there are still tens of millions to do before the full roll out has been completed. Back in 2009, the British government announced a plan to update Britain’s energy metering system and install smart meters throughout the UK by 2020. This …


It’s time to save time and put the clocks back

POSTED ON 25 OCTOBER 2019

Daylight Savings Time (DST) ends at 2am on Sunday If you remember to put all your timepieces back an hour before you go to bed on Saturday, you can roll over and make the most of the extra hour in bed. If you forget, it’s time to stare blankly at the central heating control panel, …


Time to make your move?

POSTED ON 23 OCTOBER 2019

From meter readings to removal companies, here’s our checklist of what to do when you move Although it’s an exciting step, moving home can also be one of the most stressful things you can do. However, careful organisation and planning can help the process go smoother – so read on! 8 Weeks – Research Ideally, …


Spooktacular soup!

POSTED ON 18 OCTOBER 2019

If you’re planning on carving pumpkins this Halloween, make the most of the whole pumpkin! There are plenty of recipes out there to try, but we love this soup which uses both the flesh and seeds Pumpkin & lentil soup Serves 4 Kcals per serving: 233 Suitable for vegetarians and gluten free Ingredients • 1 …


Keep cosy in style this winter!

POSTED ON 16 OCTOBER 2019

Don’t let the cold keep you indoors. Snuggle up against the elements in soft chunky knits and stylish accessories. Here are our faves.. 1. Squirrel Print Hat & Mittens Set With this cute crocheted hat and matching mittens, they’ll be ready for splashing through all the puddles! Featuring ribbed cuffs, fora snuggly mitten fit. Embellished …


Typhoon wreaks havoc on sporting events

POSTED ON 11 OCTOBER 2019

Typhoon Hagibis is gathering force and ready, not only to batter Japan and provide a significant threat to life and property, but also to put a real dampener on this weekend’s sporting calendar The devastating tropical storm, expected to be the worst to hit the region this year, has already put the Rugby World Cup …


Be inspired by autumn’s new colour trends

POSTED ON 09 OCTOBER 2019

The bedroom Ochre is a beautiful mustard yellow that is taking the high-street by storm, and it’s perfect for brightening up a room while adding a cosy feel of autumn too.  Either opt for block colour or items featuring it as hints of colour. There are a whole host of ways of incorporating ochre into …


Johnson-Thompson wins heptathlon gold

POSTED ON 04 OCTOBER 2019

  Katarina Johnson-Thompson breaks British record to win the heptathlon at the World Athletics Championships Johnson-Thompson set four personal bests and pushed her body to the max at the World Athletics Championships scoring 6981 points, surpassing the previous record of 6955 set by Jessica Ennis-Hill at the London Olympics in 2012. After breaking through at …


How best to prepare your garden for the colder months

POSTED ON 02 OCTOBER 2019

    Put away garden furniture Your outside furniture will have done you proud throughout the summer months, but now you need to ensure it doesn’t become needlessly wet, rusty, and perhaps even frozen in parts. Pack away any chairs and tables, as well as the barbeque if it’s a movable one, to prevent them …