New Garden Furniture for 2018 Announcement by Garden Centre Shopping
Earlier this week in February 2018 the online garden furniture retailer Garden Centre Shopping published news of their brand new rocking recliners that are available this spring and summer. They went into great detail about how the newly formed reclining mechanism is both durable and weatherproof, because of the use of aluminium in the mechanism which emulates the hydraulic pressure engineering components.
The upgrade of these sets in this way will enable the majority of UK consumers to use these both outside in their gardens and within their conservatories or indoor rooms, making them more flexible than comparable options are. From my last check I noticed that cushions were included, which is useful because sometimes it can hurt when sitting for long periods. Also the high backed chairs will benefit those with a bad back.
You can find out more about this ground breaking release on their website here. You can also checkout the following links for more information:
Other News for 2018
15th Feb – General Meeting of Linlithgow Climate Challenge. Low Port Centre. 7:30pm. All welcome.
20th Feb Local Food – A debate / A Discussion. Low Port Centre.
26th/27th Feb Nourish – Scotland’s Sustainable Food Network – Meeting in Stirling. More Details
15th Mar – General Meeting of Linlithgow Climate Challenge. Low Port Centre. 7:30pm. All welcome.
27th Mar – EARTH HOUR 8:30pm
19th April – General Meeting of Linlithgow Climate Challenge. Low Port Centre. 7:30pm. All welcome.
24th April – Linlithgow Spring Clean – Burgh Beautiful & WLS NETS Team, Historic Scotland Peel Rangers. Details to follow.
8th May Energy Showcase – Energy Saving and Renewable Energy event. Come along and learn more. St. Michaels Kirk Hall
AlyBee — Sun, 29/03/2009 – 10:49am
With a high demand for the free Energy Monitors that you can borrow from the library, we’ve increased their stock to reduce waiting times. So pop along to the library and borrow a meter and a good book.
We’ve started to support blogs on this website for members to use if they wish. These blogs are the views of the individuals who write them and not the views of Linlithgow Climate Challenge per say. We respect that there are a diversity of opinions out there, and we welcome people finding their own feet on a range of issues from Composting to Flying, from Cycling to Solar Panels, etc. Comments have been enabled but only for members with access to the website.
Batteries can now be taken at the Community Recycling Centre in Linlithgow and also Tescos. This is new European Law which wants to stop all those metals leaking into the soils in land fill sites. At last something good from the EU !…
Fantastic hands-on apple tree pruning, organised to help restore and existing orchard, and to increase community skills.
We are looking for a few more homes to participate in a Food Waste research project called Kitchen Canny. If you would like to sign up, please Click here.