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How solar panels are made: A brief overview

The ability to gain electrical power from sunlight is a phenomenal process and a natural gift. Solar energy is 100% free of carbon. It is the cleanest and most renewable form of energy.

Solar panels are exceptionally durable themselves and can last up to 25 years. Then the sun creates...

Rural communities “left behind” and lack access to essential services, according to new report

Many rural communities in the UK have been “left behind” and require a different approach to transport and mobility investment than those in urban areas, a new report says today.

National law firm, Foot Anstey LLP, which has offices located in Bristol, Exeter, London, Plymouth, Southampton, Taunton and Truro, has collaborated with global consulting firm WSP on ‘ The 30-minute rural...

‘Be The Judge’ of the new Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventor bars - who wins, you decide!

Cadbury is back with one of the most delicious and hotly contested foodie competitions of the year, Cadbury Inventor – and this year they’ve raised the bar. Cadbury is asking chocolate fans to ‘Be The Judge’ of this year’s new Inventor bars and make the final verdict of which flavour remains on supermarket shelves as part of the Cadbury Dairy Milk range.

Many have watched the...

Your guide to trading in primary instruments

On the financial market you can trade in an array of different instruments, known at their fundamental level as primary instruments. The price of a primary instrument is determined by its market value, which can fluctuate significantly because of the volatility of the financial market. Some of the most highly traded financial instruments are currency, stocks and bonds.

Primary...

Keeping it in the family - Jack Stein talks food, golf and Cornwall

They say the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree and it’s certainly true when it comes to Jack Stein.

Son of famous Cornwall chef Rick, Jack has more than lived up to his famous surname overseeing all the Rick Stein Group’s food and its 14 restaurants across the UK.

From an early age, he worked as a porter in his father’s The Seafood Restaurant before moving to front of...

Famous celebrities reviving the history of embroidered patches and custom coat of Arms in the UK

Identification plays a significant role in every institution of our life: military, academic, casual, religious, organisational, professional, or political. This is achieved through tags displayed in any form. Fabric artwork is one of the most delightful, eye-catching, and unique art forms based on iconography and symbolism. When it is achieved through embroidery, its charm multiplies...

The dos and don’ts of using Instagram

It is not a secret that society has ventured into the age of the internet with social media taking the forefront. Social media started out as a place where you can share your lives with your friends and family but it has since evolved into an important space for brands and businesses to promote themselves. Of all the social media platforms available, Instagram definitely stands out with 500...

UK’s Beach Hut of the Year 2021 competition invites a new season of beach hut stories

Every Hut’s a Castle: The hugely popular competition celebrating the UK’s iconic and much-loved coastline havens has returned for its second year, with Beach Hut insurance specialists, Ryan’s Insurance inviting owners to enter to win over £1000 of prizes.

This year, in collaboration with both Millie’s Beach Huts, and the bestselling British author and scriptwriter, Veronica Henry,...

The Most Luxurious and Expensive Weddings in History that Will Blow Your Mind Away

All wedding ceremonies have much in common - the type of attire, the presence of a decorated arch, the couple's first dance, etc. A wedding is perhaps the most widely celebrated social event around the world with some satisfied with a modest celebration while others taking it to a whole new level with a larger budget and more interesting ideas implemented. An average American family spends...

How a grop of young people are tackling period poverty

Free self-care packs and survey launched to tackle stigma

A group of young people are tackling period poverty by giving 12-19-year-olds the chance to tell decision-makers what a world where everyone can Be Period Proud looks like. They’re also providing free self-care packs to those who need them.

The group is made up of volunteers at Bolton-based charity Youth Leads UK who want to...

thortful release new range of cards which sync to Spotify playlists

Make a music lover's day on their birthday

Want a card which comes with a party playlist? thortful.com releases a new range of cards which sync to a Spotify playlist.

Choose between 80s tracks, 90s beats or a kid’s emergency playlist. For anyone turning 30 this year, there’s also a 1991 playlist available!

The cards have been designed by two of thortful’s creators; Get the...

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