It’s Spring and traditionally the time to refresh your home. So if you are planning a home extension, a refurbishment project or undertaking some decorating, why not consider using self-storage to house your furniture and household items whilst work is underway?
The days are getting lighter and Easter will soon be here.
This is generally the time when we notice those parts of our homes that need a bit of a refresh and when we start to sort out the garden after
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
Rare Suffolk Plant – A Touch of Spring for the New Year
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.
Exploring Suffolk history during the coming Easter holidays
In past blogs we have looked at some of the famous names and dates in history that are associated with Suffolk.
But with the Easter holidays coming up we have some suggestions for historic places that you might be interested in exploring with your children.
Here are some suggestions:
Doing something for charity in Suffolk at Christmas
Many people like to do something to help those less fortunate than themselves at Christmas, whether it is donating time or taking part in charity events.
Suffolk has a well-established tradition of such events and here are some for this year:
There will be a carol service at Christmas at St Mary’s Church, Bury St Edmunds on Thursday 20 December 2018 in aid of Alzheimer’s society.