Preloved This is the Preloved logo mark which shows a symbol shaped to represent a speech bubble and the letter P with a love heart symbol cut out of the center. The words 'Preloved' are represented along side the logo mark. Preloved This is the Preloved logo mark which shows a symbol shaped to represent a speech bubble and the letter P with a love heart symbol cut out of the center. The words 'Preloved' are represented below the logo mark.
Nest Boxes: What Are They And Which Ones Are Best?

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Nest Boxes: What Are They And Which Ones Are Best?

If you missed The Big Garden Birdwatch last month but would like to help out wildlife, never fear! With National Nest Box Week taking place, why not add nest boxes to your garden and enjoy the wildlife they will bring? Click through to learn which design is best.

2017-02-13 00:00:35By Natalie Reynolds

Thinking of Buying a Pram? Read our 5 Top Tips First!

Hints & Tips

Thinking of Buying a Pram? Read our 5 Top Tips First!

Buying a pram is like buying a car…well…sort of. Both markets are overcrowded and over-priced, which makes decision making very difficult. Rachel has extensive experience when it comes to researching the baby products market.

2017-02-09 00:00:24By Rachel Savage

Green Cleaning: an eco-friendly way of living

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Green Cleaning: an eco-friendly way of living

"Most of our exposure to hazardous pollutants occurs indoors, and a primary source of these pollutants is our every-day consumer products." Pretty worrying, isn't it? Cue Green Cleaning. Click through to read all about how to keep your home clean, cost-effective and kind towards the environment.

2017-02-06 00:00:43By Natalie Reynolds

Preloved Member: A Handmade Wedding

Local & Community

Preloved Member: A Handmade Wedding

Preloved member Sally Crossley combined creativity and thrifty tendencies to create the decorations for her son's wedding. Having been given the brief of Village Fête, she got to work immediately! Here's Sally's take on a handmade wedding.

2017-02-11 00:00:40 By Sally Crossley


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Student Recipes: Cauliflower Bread

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Student Recipes: Cauliflower Bread

University student Ellie loves food and is always looking for ways to eat healthy while sticking to the budget that is living as a student. This time she shows us how to make cauliflower bread!

2017-02-20 00:00:07By Ellie Gowrie

DIY Wedding Stationery Guide

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DIY Wedding Stationery Guide

Looking for opportunities to save money preparing for your big day? How about creating your own save the dates, wedding invitations, place settings... the lot?! Keep reading to learn more.

2017-02-17 00:00:40By Imagine DIY

CoP17: CITES Updates For Endangered Species

Animals

CoP17: CITES Updates For Endangered Species

On 4th February 2017, some important restrictions were put in place to protect more endangered and vulnerable animal species from excessive international trade. The African Grey parrot was one of these. Keep reading to learn more about the changes in law.

2017-02-14 09:00:57By Justine Dench

14 Inspiring Alternative Wedding Guest Book Ideas

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14 Inspiring Alternative Wedding Guest Book Ideas

We just love how creative couples get for their wedding day. One detail that has had a creative make-over in the past few years is the guest book. Whether you are traditional or want to have the messages on display, keep on reading to find which are our favourite alternative wedding guest book ideas!

2017-02-04 00:00:11By Natalie Reynolds

What to Do in the Garden in February

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What to Do in the Garden in February

Most of Britain is still submerged in winter weather in February, but the things you can do and sow are multiplying! Snowdrops have appeared, and hellebores are well on their way, as are crocuses. Make the most of frost-free days and keep reading if you want to know what do to in the garden in February.

2017-02-02 00:00:48By Natalie Reynolds