Many household have now received notices about buying a ticket for your brown bins for garden waste from the council. But why not compost your own waste ? Not just garden waste but also raw vegetable and fruit waste from the kitchen – and feed your homegrown fruit and veg with the results !
This is the website to order home compost bins from the council. – ‘Dalek’ style bins, plus wormeries and accessories.
220l ‘Dalek’ bins start at 17.98 + delivery Bins are made of recycled plastic. The website includes full instructions for easy composting.
Member of TT’s Energy group have joined with other volunteers to set up TREC – Tynedale Renewable Energy Co-op to set up a community-owned renewable energy scheme in Tynedale. The group are still in the planning phase and today launched their website
Please take a look and register your interest if you would like to find out more or are interested in buying shares in community energy. TREC are currently wanting to engage with landowners and installers who might know of potential sites where community renewables could be installed. TREC are also particularly keen for volunteers to come forward to help work on the project, particularly those with business accountancy and/or commercial renewables experience.
Recipe competition, Hexham Food Festival
27th April is the date of the 2013 Hexham Food Festival and Spring Fair.
This year Hexham Farmers Market producers are asking you to bring along your favourite seasonal recipe to share with everyone. After the event all recipes will be put on the market website as a source of inspiration for the fantastic produce you can buy at the market.
Please check out the link www.hexhamfarmersmarket.co.uk for all the details of the competition, then come along and enjoy Hexham at its best !