Thursday 14th April 2022
Easter is almost upon us and stately homes, farm parks and gardens across the country will be opening up with an array of fun activities to keep the children entertained over the holidays.
Easter Egg Hunts are always a popular feature along with bottle feeding baby lambs, blossom trails and other seasonal outdoor activities.
Many of the farms and period properties involved with these events will be off grid and reliant on alternative fuels such as oil or LPG for heating and cooking. A mid-morning coffee and cake is always an essential part of these days out particularly for the parents!
The venues wishing to reduce carbon footprint in a practical way will be starting to look at alternative options instead of the more carbon intensive traditional off-grid options such as oil or solid fuel. Heat pumps aren’t always suitable for older buildings so instead LPG and bioLPG can be used.
LPG has long been regarded as a low carbon method of heating off-grid buildings and providing fast, reliable heat for cooking. BioLPG takes things a step further by offering up to 90% reduction in carbon emissions as well as the same low levels of NOx, SOx and particulate matter.
More importantly bioLPG is totally renewable and made from a diverse mix of biological feedstocks and waste streams. It makes a very attractive option for LPG users as well as businesses currently using oil or solid fuel wishing to switch to a lower carbon alternative.
LPG and bioLPG are chemically the same meaning the difference between both products is indistinguishable, but they are created in a different way and using different methods. Crucially LPG and bioLPG are the perfect solutions for the rich and varied properties found in rural areas of the UK, many of which carry restrictions regarding alterations permitted to be carried out.
We’ve searched through the internet to find some of the best Easter Activities which are taking place this April. Many are taking place at farm parks and historic houses, and gardens so next time you’re out and about you will be very likely to come across an LPG tank or two!
The National Trust are running Easter Egg Hunts at sites all over the UK this Easter. There are family friendly trails from the North down to the South and you can you find what is happening locally to you here
Some of the English Heritage sites will be running a Easter Adventure Quest over the holidays. Witley Court Easter Adventure Quest in Worcestershire starts on Saturday 2nd April and runs until Sunday 24th April
Cotswold Farm Park, owned by Countryfile’s Adam Hensen and his family, is running various activities over Easter including an Easter Egg Hunt and Face Painting Fun between 9th and 24th April. Find out more here
There are lots of activities taking place at Sudeley Castle over the summer starting with the Hedgehog Champions this Easter which starts on 9th April. Find out more here
Stockeld Park in Weatherby has a number of events taking place over Easter including opportunities to meet the Easter Bunny, take part in Easter Egg Hunts and even a panto to watch should the weather turn. You can find out more about the Easter activities planned at Stockeld Park here.
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