Chomp, Amberol’s unique chocolate orange bird litter bin has settled well into his new home just inside the Suffolk border, with his new owners revealing that he appears to be a Norwich City supporter.
We are delighted to announce the winner of the competition run by Amberol in Clerks and Council Direct which appeared in the magazine’s May issue.
While it is encouraging to see so many areas of the UK slowly re-opening after lockdown, many of us will share a sense of disappointment and anger at scenes of litter being left on Britain’s beaches and in areas of...
Amberol is working with a number of councils and local authorities across the UK creating floral barriers as a way of maintaining safe social distancing in areas of high footfall.
While the sunny, dry weather in May was a significant emotional boost for many of us during lockdown, it also threw up problems for others – in particular, horticulturalists, gardeners and local authority grounds staff.
The coronavirus crisis has caused hardship and isolation for many people and so the staged loosening of restrictions on travel and socialisation has been welcomed by many.
Biddulph in Bloom in Staffordshire has been working to improve the environment for the community since 1991. The organisation currently has over 20 regular members and trustees, plus many additional volunteers who also support a range of activities from admin...