In 1840 the first stamp was used in the UK, it is now one of the most valuable stamps in the world. The stamps we use today also have a value after they’ve been used.
- Use electronic communication. Send an email or an e-card.
- Put more than one item in an envelope – check the weight and size before posting
- Cut used stamps off envelopes, save them up and donate them to charity. The charity will get money for the stamps.
All things Compost!
Composting, as WRAP explains, is an inexpensive, natural process that transforms your kitchen and garden waste into a valuable and nutrient rich food for your garden. It’s easy to make and use. Home composting is easy to do and great for the environment as it prevents food & garden waste being sent to energy from waste.…