Isle of Wight business Wyatt and Jack were live on The One Show last night, flying the flag for the Island and sustainable living.
The small, but growing business based in Ryde on the Isle of Wight appears today on the BBC's main UK news site.
Wednesday, 28th August, 2019 2:43pm
By Sally Perry with 2 readers' comments
According to anti-single use plastic protesters, a truck load of plastic enters our oceans every single minute worldwide, killing wildlife and polluting our waters.
Monday, 29th July, 2019 5:04pm
By Hollie Fallick with 2 readers' comments
The protest was part of a national campaign to encourage supermarkets to reduce their plastic packaging. Inspired by the recent TV series ‘Hugh’s war on waste’ the shoppers felt moved to action to join in with the ‘plastic attack’.
Wednesday, 10th July, 2019 11:30am
By Hollie Fallick with one comment
It's hoped a successful bid will enable enhancement of the whole of the High Street, in particular drawing on aspects of heritage to bring back a sense of history, consider the use of the squares and how those can be improved, as well as looking at connectivity between different areas.
Thursday, 4th July, 2019 9:27am
By Peter Gruner with 3 readers' comments
Far from your ‘usual’ charity shop fare, the Gift to Nature Shop sells both new homeware and gifts alongside a selection of pre-loved products, mostly focussed on the outdoor, garden and countryside theme. If you haven’t already, do pop into have a look around.
The gallery owner said the award is exciting, as well as humbling, as real people made real votes because of their experiences of the Gallery or buying from the Website.
Friday, 24th May, 2019 8:15am
By Sally Perry with one comment
Morrisons in Lake have already built the 'garden centre' at their Lake store and are now applying for retrospective permission, but the local council recommend refusal
Tuesday, 21st May, 2019 10:48am
By Megan Baynes, Local Democracy Reporter with 5 readers' comments
More variations on land options from Isle of Wight council sought - if approved could benefit IWC by £175K.
Monday, 13th May, 2019 3:24pm
By Sally Perry with 4 readers' comments