Storms and Garden Equipment

Storms and Garden Equipment

Many people store their garden equipment in our units over the winter, avoiding bad weather and wintery storms. Often though, people will risk leaving items outdoors and just stack and cover the garden furniture with a waterproof covering.

However, garden furniture these days can


Warehousing Space is Big Business but what about Smaller Businesses?

Demand For Warehousing Space

According to research from RICS (the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors) there has been a dramatic increase in the demand for warehousing space which as doubled in the last ten years.


Rare Suffolk Plant – A Touch of Spring for the New Year

Did you know Suffolk has its own adopted plant, the Oxlip, and it is found nowhere else in the UK except for some small parts of East Anglia, mostly in Suffolk?


Happy New Year 2020

Christmas and the New Year

So here we are just a few short days away from Christmas and of course the New Year.
Now how many of you have already started to think about 2020? Have you already thought ahead to what the New Year may be going to


Environmentally Friendly Christmas

brown paper packages tied up with string are more environmentally friendly

Want to make your Christmas more environmentally friendly?

As the issues of addressing global warming and climate change become ever more urgent, we are all going to need to change our habits, and arguably Christmas is one time when our consumption and consequent production of waste is at its peak.


Christmas Around The World

christmas traditions around the world including Mexican radish festival

Christmas Around the World

We all have our own family Christmas traditions and the rest of the world is no different. We have compiled some of the most unusual for you.


Are Our Attitudes to Possessions Changing?

Are our attitudes to possessions changing?

It this time of year, the pressure to buy things is at its most intense, not only because of the annual event that is Black Friday, but also because of Christmas.
In fact, in the consumer economy that characterises most of the developed world, most businesses and the economy, depend on


Keeping Christmas Traditions Alive

Keeping Christmas traditions alive

A survey of 1000 mums carried out by the website made for mums, found that as many as half of all children (52%) still believed in Father Christmas at the age of