Posts for Environment

The Big Lunch 2019 is at The Sea Pool

On the first weekend of June, communities across the UK will be coming together for a day of food, friendship and fun with The Big Lunch. Last year, over 6 […]

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Bude students in climate change strike

The Triangle was a busy spot today when Budehaven students striking for climate action met there for there protest. As exams are taking place at school, the protestors took their […]

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Bude students in climate protests today at The Triangle

By Indigo Haynes: Students in Bude are striking and protesting at Bude Triangle as part of today’s UK Youth Climate Strike in support of their key demands for the government […]

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Bude Earth Festival talks announced

What a lush set of environmental talks to look forward to. There’s something for everyone! How exciting for Bude Castle to host this amazing Festival.

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Let your garden go wild to help bees and butterflies

I’ve always thought of my garden as rather messy, but actually, it’s pretty environmentally-friendly, with loads of daisies like this, for starters …   In response to alarming losses in […]

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Those Morrisons paper bags

Morrisons is offering paper carrier bags to all customers as part of its continuing drive to remove unnecessary plastic from its stores – and yes Bude store has them, too! […]

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REFLECT at Bude Sea Pool

An exciting October weekend of sound, light, music and art will bring the local community, regional and international artists together to explore the connection between coastal living and wellbeing.   […]

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Volunteers needed for Bude Canal

By Lucille Opie: This year of 2019 marks the 200th anniversary of the beginning of the building of the historic Bude Canal.  It is indeed an anniversary to be proud […]

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Cornish beaches among the world’s best

From Cornwall Council:   Beach champions across Cornwall are celebrating today as 15 Cornish beaches hoist world-renowned Blue Flag, Seaside awards or both accolades into their skies above. Thanks to […]

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Environment Agency starts summer testing of bathing water

The Environment Agency has resumed seasonal water quality testing at more than 400 popular swimming spots. Last year, water quality remained high with 97.9% of bathing waters in England meeting […]

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Bonfires? Watch out for hedgehogs!

From Cornwall Council:   Gardeners starting bonfires this spring are being reminded to look out for hedgehogs as part of Hedgehog Awareness Week. Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service is urging […]

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Aren’t people innovative? Bude Castle leads the way with its Earth Fest Challenge

I am not ashamed of stealing this from Bude Castle’s Facebook page. I marvel at how some people seem to have wonderful imaginations. I  really like the idea of using […]

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Big business – time to name and shame?

Saw this shared on the BRAG Facebook page and it seems like an idea to encourage big companies and corporations to take more responsibility. What do you think?

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Cornwall Council urges us to get composting

From Cornwall Council: Green-fingered residents across Cornwall are being encouraged to cut down on waste by composting as International Compost Awareness Week is celebrated. Composting is an inexpensive, natural process that transforms […]

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Green MEP candidates visit Bude

Bude is becoming a focus for ‘green’ with its Refill Shop, the Community Orchard, and sustainable farming such as at Bangors Organic. It is also a place for tackling waste […]

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