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- What's Hot in May 2022 – Love, Laughter, and Lunar Celebrations!
From ongoing pandemics to heart-breaking conflicts and rising heating costs, it has been yet another shaky start to everyone's year. But we're now nestled in the warmest month of spring, and hopefully many of us can look forward to brighter days to come.
Joyfully, May kicks off with the feel-good observances of Global Love Day and World Laughter Day; both falling on the first day of the month.
- Looking After Our Green Spaces and Britain's Urban Wildlife
You don't have to live in rural areas to find a wealth of wild animals in the UK. In Britain's towns and cities, it is possible to spot birds of prey, urban foxes, bumblebees, and tufted ducks to name just a few. The Wildlife Trust states, “The green spaces of our towns and gardens bring nature into our daily lives, brightening our mornings with birdsong and the busy buzzing of bees”.
- Events in Britain in 2022
There are some big things happening in the UK in 2022...
The events calendars in Britain are starting to look a little more 'full' after a couple of years of non-events and cancellations.
Not least is the “blockbuster” four day Bank Holiday weekend from 2nd - 5th June, in honour of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. After, on 4th February this year she became the first British Monarch to celebrate 70 years of service.
- Welcome People Back into Your Home this Christmas
We were all very disappointed last year when Christmas was cancelled for us all at the final hour. Thankfully, 2021 has seen the UK start to take a few tentative steps out of lockdown and into the world again. Whilst we certainly have a long way to go before we get back to 'normality', we can take some consolation in being able to spend time with friends and family once more.
- Colour Schemes to Help You Study
The new school year is here and - along with having all the necessary uniforms, books and supplies – it is important to ensure having a productive space in which to study.
Whether it's on campus, in dorms, or in the home, a space to be able to concentrate, work and be creative is essential...Something that can make an instant difference to a space is the application of colour – from the hue of the walls, the furniture and soft accessories, to the artwork on the walls – it can all have an effect on mood and productivity.
- The National Garden Scheme - and Garden Inspired Artwork
The National Garden Scheme is up-and-running again this Summer, opening the gates of more than 3,600 beautiful private gardens all across the UK.
With Edenic connotations and an abundance of colourful flora and fauna, it's not surprising that a garden setting has provided many an artist – from ancient, to classical, to contemporary - with creative inspiration throughout history.