This is meant to be winter? No one told my honeybees whose home is in a Maisemore Polystyrene Hive – there was so much activity at the hive entrance you might be forgiven for thinking it was springtime. I would expect for a mild winter’s day for there to be some hive activity and for the bees to be taking a hygiene flight. But the scale of activity took me by surprise! Maybe it is early days to make a conclusion – but could this amount of bee activity be due to the superior insulation properties of poly-hives? See for yourself by watching the video in this post…
Sally sells comsumable products which have no packaging. You come along with your jar, tub, vessel etc and Sally will fill it with what you want.
This micro business saves on packaging, is probably cheaper to buy and saves the environment.
But Sally needs your help. She wants to buy a converted horsebox (coverted into a mobil shop) to reach local villages, many of which no longer have a shop.
So in addition to providing a access to packging-free produces, her converted horsebox would make a shop available to people who might find it difficult to get to a town.
If you think this is a good idea, here’s how you can help. Visit Sally’s go fund me page and donate a fiver.