Press release:
B&Q UK supports The Prince of Wales’s ‘A Garden Party to Make a Difference’

16 August 2010

 

From Green Pigs to Ladder Climbing Sheep – innovative installations aim to make it easier to go green

B&Q, the UK’s leading home improvement and garden centre retailer today announces its plans to support Start at A Garden Party to Make a Difference taking place from 8-19 September.

The first details of the The Prince of Wales’s ‘A Garden Party to Make a Difference’, were announced recently and today B&Q, one of the partners of the event, announces its intention to help green up the nation through a series of innovative installations to inspire, engage and make it easier for us all to start to live a more sustainable life.

This unique Festival takes place in the gardens of London’s Lancaster House, Clarence House (the London residence of TRH The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall) and Marlborough House from 8-19 September, from 10am-6pm daily. The aim of the Garden Party is to entertain, educate and inform visitors about introducing small steps towards sustainable living. It is an imaginative part of The Prince of Wales’s ‘Start’ initiative launched in February.

“The Festival aims to give people of all ages a fun day out, while at the same time, via the many imaginative exhibits, demonstrating the small steps that can, and are, being taken by all of us interested in building a more sustainable future”, HRH The Prince of Wales, 1 June 2010.

In order to help make it easier for visitors to understand more about sustainable living B&Q has created a number of fun interactive installations to help bring to life some of things we can all do to live a greener life.

Tickets, priced £15 for adults and £7.50 for children are on sale now. More details on A Garden Party to Make a Difference are available at www.startgardenparty.co.uk and for more information on Start go to www.startuk.org.

 

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