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Our commitment to delivering a Net Zero Carbon health service – two years in perspective

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Our commitment to delivering a Net Zero Carbon health service – two years in perspective

Top tips to cook meals for less

21 November 2022

By RJ Heron

With the cost of food and energy increasing, we have put together a series of top tips and resources to help in reducing the costs without sparing on a tasty and nutritious meal.

Top tips to cook meals for less

Have yourself a green Halloween…

24 October 2022

By RJ Heron

Halloween is a great opportunity to dress up, eat sweet treats and visit family and friends, but trick or treating and sustainable practice don’t always go hand in hand. This year challenge yourself to having the greenest Halloween yet.

Pumpkins

Eat well, waste less, save money

15 October 2022

By Hayley Carmichael

As food bills are on the rise, thinking about how we get more from our monthly shop is increasingly important. We have found some good suggestions to help you save on the food shop while still eating well a healthy mind and body.

Eat well, waste less, save money

Growing your own for National Allotments Week

16 August 2022

By Hayley Carmichael

To celebrate National Allotments week, we caught up with Lesley, a staff member in the SASH therapies team who has had an allotment for three years and finds gardening is a great way to keep busy and live a healthier life.

Growing your own for National Allotments Week

A sustainable Tea Bar in the Heart of Horsham Hospital

21 July 2022

By RJ Heron

Sustainable principles are fundamental to the League of Friends at Horsham Hospital. We paid them a visit to find out more about how they’ve adapted their tea bar, to make it more environmentally friendly and reduce single use plastic use and waste.

A sustainable Tea Bar in the Heart of Horsham Hospital

Eat well, stay well

18 July 2022

By RJ Heron

What patients think about more sustainable food choices when in NHS care

Green and red apple

Get gardening this week!

05 May 2022

By RJ Heron

This week marks the Royal Horticultural Society’s national gardening week, which aims to spread the joy of gardening far and wide. They are calling on communities to get outdoors into green spaces to appreciate the benefits of nature, which is proven to have positive impacts on our health & wellbeing.

Tray of seedlings

The mountains of Massachusetts

27 April 2022

By RJ Heron

As we continue along the Appalachian Trail as part of our Great Frontier route we reach Mount Greylock, Massachusetts. An 11 mile long mountain range, in the northwest corner of the state.

Lake and forest scene

Stop Food Waste Day - Waste not, want not...

27 April 2022

By RJ Heron

Today is Stop Food Waste Day, and were thinking about all the ways we can reduce food waste, and effectively dispose of it in sustainable way.

Orange Peel

A peach recipe for the Peach State of Georgia

20 April 2022

By Hayley Carmichael

Week 3 of our Step Up Route Recipes takes in Peach State Georgia on our Great Frontier route...

Lots of peaches in a pile

The classic cream tea

12 April 2022

By Hayley Carmichael

Our Step Up Route Recipe exploration continues with a visit to Devon for a traditional cream tea

jam and scone

Our Step Up Challenge recipe of the week is the Dorset Knob

11 April 2022

By Hayley Carmichael

Our journey along the Jurassic Coast continues as part of the Bones route for the Step Up Challenge and takes us to the home of the Dorset Knob.

Our Step Up Challenge recipe of the week is the Dorset Knob

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