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Artisan Cider Festival

29/08/2015 10:00
30/08/2015 17:00

Event Description

The Artisan Cider Festival is back and even bigger for 2015, with an amazing range of the best local artisan ciders and more music than ever before! Enjoy local food and entertainment over the whole weekend.

Tours of the orchards will be running all weekend and the craft and produce village will be full of fantastic local products. There is something for the whole family with plenty of activities for little festival goers too!

Find out more at www.brogdalecollections.co.uk

Easter at Brogdale

03/04/2015
05/04/2015

Event Description

Meet the lambs, calves, pigs, sheep, bunnies and guinea pigs, chicks and more in the Animal Barn and take an adventure through the blossom filled orchards on the Easter Egg trail!

Find out more at www.brogdalecollections.co.uk

Retrofitting Traditional Buildings - London

04/06/2015 13:30
04/06/2015 17:30

Event Description

A half-day seminar outlining current research, emerging best practice and case studies in the field of upgrading traditional and historic buildings.

  • How do we protect our historic buildings but make them fit for the future?
  • Is it possible to add wall insulation without detriment to the existing building fabric?
  • What are the risks for mass-scale domestic external wall insulation projects?

'Gardeners of Eden' - SPECIAL FILM SCREENING

27/02/2015 18:30
27/02/2015 22:00

Event Description

On Friday 27th February, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT) will be launching their first compelling film, ‘Gardeners of Eden’ at the Royal Geographical Society in London followed by a LIVE Q&A session with their Patron and Executive Producer of the film, Kristin Davis. Read more »

Retrofitting Traditional Buildings - Leeds

16/04/2015 13:30
16/04/2015 17:30

Event Description

Addressing energy efficiency is fast becoming one of the most pressing issues in older, traditionally-constructed buildings, particularly with the advent of finance streams such as Green Deal, ECO and the forthcoming RHI. However, retaining character and significance can be at odds with achieving improved thermal efficiency, and there is a great deal of controversy around the risks and benefits of different technical solutions.

The speaker, Nicholas Heath will address all this with case studies.

Retrofitting Traditional Buildings - Bath

26/03/2015 13:30
26/03/2015 17:30

Event Description

A shorter half day session designed to address the difficulty and benefits of retrofitting historic and older housing stock. Addressing energy efficiency is fast becoming one of the most pressing issues in older, traditionally-constructed buildings, particularly with the advent of finance streams such as Green Deal, ECO and the forthcoming RHI. However, retaining character and significance can be at odds with achieving improved thermal efficiency, and there is a great deal of controversy around the risks and benefits of different technical solutions. Read more »

Re-Engineering New House Designs to Passivhaus

18/03/2015 17:00
18/03/2015 19:00

Event Description

Peter Ranken, will take delegates through the process of taking an average house and, using passivhaus strategies, try their hands at turning the schemes into near to passivhaus standards. This will be a very interactive session with lots of opportunities to debate the pros and cons of this very high standard of construction.

Why being ‘Green’ doesn’t make us ‘Green’ - The Ostrich and other problems

16/04/2015 17:00
16/04/2015 17:00

Event Description

A short, discussion seminar on the psychology of being green and the built environment. Read more »

Buildings Behaving Badly

23/04/2015 09:30
23/04/2015 17:00

Event Description

This seminar looks at the difference between projected and actual energy use and efficiency and tries to address the reasons behind it.

Many construction professionals understand that, even with the best intentions, there can be a big difference between the predicted energy performance and actual energy use. These gaps can be huge – some buildings can use over three times the amount of energy for heating, electricity and water. Read more »

Mum2mum Market Wimbledon

21/03/2015 14:00
21/03/2015 16:00

Event Description

BUY top quality secondhand baby and children’s clothes, toys books and equipment at our award winning pop up market.

We are just a short walk from Wimbledon town centre public transport and there is loads of FREE parking on site

We have 40 sellers under one roof giving you a huge choice of the best bargains. All goods for sale are great quality brands in top condition and sold at a fraction of the high street price. Plus we have refreshments and free entertainments for the kids. Read more »

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