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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...

Pink Supermoon: How to harness its energy and make it work for you

First supermoon of 2021 set to light up the night sky

The first Supermoon of 2021 will occur on the 26th April , appearing 30% brighter than a full moon at apogee (at the furthest point from the Earth).

Sarah Jane Brown, expert from sheds light on the meaning behind this Pink Supermoon and how to prepare for it:

Supermoon Meaning:

This Pink...


How to build a successful online portfolio for better career prospects

No matter whether you are looking for a new professional challenge or a career progression, creating an online portfolio or online CV is a must in the digital world of today.

At least 82% of advertised UK jobs require some level of digital skills as the UK government has found in its latest report .

Jobs and employment are mainly found online

The best way to advertise one’s...

How the gambling industry is Adopting the 2021 Tech Trends

Online casino providers have been at the top of the game when it comes to technology adoption. New trends are constantly emerging, so they need to make use of them in order to attract new customers and to improve the overall gaming experience. When it comes to casino games, players seek out variety, diversity, and bonuses, therefore this industry is expanding and improving its offerings all...

Freemasons rise to Covid-19 challenge with donations totalling £1m and 18 million hours of volunteering

Faced with the greatest global pandemic in living memory, Freemasons came together in 2020 and donated a total of £1m as well as their time to help those in need. The donations were used to help communities in various critical areas, including foodbanks, support for unpaid carers, personal protective equipment (PPE), supplies for hospitals and hospices, support for women’s refuges, and funds...

BGF Invests £15.5 million into Burrington Estates to Support the Growth of its New Homes and Commercial Development Business

An investment of £15.5 million has been agreed between BGF, the UK and Ireland’s most active investor, and property developer Burrington Estates, to support the ambitious growth plans of the Exeter-based business.

Burrington Estates launched its New Homes business in 2016 and its Commercial industrial development business in 2019, creating two distinct divisions – Burrington Estates...

Jack Russell and students on the North to South Dartmoor Challenge

Devon coach warns of glaring gap in back to school plan

Children in England will return to schools on 8 March, and the government has pledged £700 million in funding to ensure "no child is left behind" due to the pandemic. But a South West personal development coach warns that the long-term impact on children's mental health is not being addressed.

Jack Russell , a personal development coach with over 30 years' experience supporting young...

COVID-19 Impact on Divorce Rates

The start of the year is always a time where divorce rates spike, after getting through the Christmas period and the additional stresses that come with that, such as financial strain and spending more time in the house together.

It will not be a surprise to anybody that this year has seen even higher rates of divorce, with the impact of COVID-19 taking its toll on relationships ....

Freemasons invited to volunteer for vaccination drive

The Freemasons are encouraging its 200,000 members to roll up their sleeves and volunteer to help vaccinate the population. To help protect all UK citizens during this difficult time, the Freemasons have also offered their lodges to administer the vital jabs and many buildings are being used as Covid-19 vaccination centres. In Hertfordshire, for example, Halsey Hall is being used as a...

White Sparrow

Rare white sparrow discovered by Heligan

A rare bird has been discovered in a Cornish garden. Polgooth resident Barry Hitchens was puzzled by an unusual looking, small, white plumed bird visiting his garden and called experts at the nearby Lost Gardens of Heligan to investigate.

The Heligan team identified the garden visitor as a rare leucistic sparrow. From a distance the sparrow looks completely white but upon closer...

Aerial view of Green Belt land, UK

Demand for homes in the countryside rise as COVID-19 sparks rural relocation

London firm Urbanist Architecture sees 65 per cent increase in demand for homes in rural areas due to pandemic.

Multidisciplinary architecture and planning firm Urbanist Architecture has reported a surge in enquiries for homes in the countryside, a trend seen as a direct result of the COVID-19 crisis, with the practice seeing a 65 per cent increase compared to Q4 of 2019.