So today I'm thinking about how I can live more lightly on this planet. After all there is only one planet Earth and rather a lot of us humans. In the week where we celebrate World Earth Day, I'm considering my use of plastic. This is quite topical at the moment and so I'm reviewing the small choices I can make to reduce my use of plastic items and packaging.
As you can see I eat porridge oats for my breakfast, so I've decided to swap my supermarket for this purchase. As you can see, my previous Morrisons oats come wrapped in an unrecyclable plastic bag, whereas the Lidl equivalent comes in recyclable paper. Don't worry I go past Lidl anyway, so not making an extra journey and the price of my breakfast will be the same. If you're listening Mr Morrisons - use less plastic!
April is National Pet Month which aims to raise awareness of responsible pet ownership through educational campaigns and celebrate the benefits of our pets and encourage fundraising for the nation’s needy pets.
Here at CommunitySpaceBook we support pets as well as humans as we know the great joy they can bring. So today we are celebrating some of our groups who support people bysupporting their pets.
Wow! So after all the awful weather the country's been having, the change this week to some more spring like weather is very welcome. All around I see spring bulbs growing and starting to flower with the snowdrops and crocuses winning the race so far.
We are also enjoying longer days and this weekend the clocks go forward so we can start to enjoy lighter evenings too.
International Women's Day is today, Thursday 8th March, where we celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women.
This week on CommunitySpaceBook we bring to you three very different groups but with women as a common theme.
So just what is a community group then? Well in the context of CommunitySpaceBook (CSB for short) it's just a group of individuals who share a common interest or purpose. A group can be any number of individuals and can exist in real space or just on-line.
They may also be a registered charity, but not necessarily as some groups will be quite informal, perhaps not handling money or donations for example. CSB supports all types of community groups, whether they are formally registered as a charity or not.