Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction: Staging the UK; 2. Policy paradigms: Regional, metropolitan and national arts and 'creative industries'; 3. Remembering the...... more
Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction: Staging the UK; 2. Policy paradigms: Regional, metropolitan and national arts and 'creative industries'; 3. Remembering the nations: Site-specific performance, memory and identities'; 4. The Edinburgh festivals: Globalisation and democracy; 5.
This annually produced publication, now in its 27th edition, is essential for: authorities, contractors, advisors, professional groundkeepers, farmers, local...... more
This annually produced publication, now in its 27th edition, is essential for: authorities, contractors, advisors, professional groundkeepers, farmers, local government, gardeners and spray operators. New for the 2014 edition - New additions include: four herbicide profiles, seven new fungicide profiles, one new PGR mixture, the return of an old insecticide and one new rodenticide. Many products have been issued with revised expiry dates and hundreds of new Extensions of Approval for Minor Uses (EAMUs) have been added - vital for the production of less mainstream crops. The UK Pesticide Guide is the only comprehensive printed reference for all products approved for use in agriculture, amenity, forestry and horticulture in the UK and provides the most up-to-date information available for the main spraying season. Split into six sections the book covers; Crop / pest guide index Pesticide profiles Products also registered Adjuvants Key information for users of pesticides Suppliers of pesticides and adjuvants
Offers information on pesticides and adjuvants for UK agriculture, horticulture, forestry and amenity use. This book is suitable for advisors, contractors,...... more
Offers information on pesticides and adjuvants for UK agriculture, horticulture, forestry and amenity use. This book is suitable for advisors, contractors, farmers, sprayer operators, professional ground-keepers, local government and those who work with pesticides.
Advantages: Great location on the river Thames Disadvantages: prices on the higher side
...I booked the Tower Hotel in London via www.lastminute.com at a price of £150 for one night room only. This was a discounted price; they normally charge around £100-£120 per standard room a night, but as this was the Olympics prices have been increased and therefore £150 was a discount price.
but bearing in mind the location of right next to tower bridge and it was the Olympics I felt it was fair...
Advantages: Nice comfortable hotel Disadvantages: A bit out of the city and a soulless location
...There?s always a compromise to be had with the cheaper end of the London hotel market; location versus size of room. In terms of room space and quality, the London Ramada Docklands was excellent. In terms of location, it felt we were stopping at an industrial park in Essex somewhere, rather than having a night in London. Still, we are rarely night owls these days so we might as well be in...
Advantages: Beautiful setting in a buzzing part of London Disadvantages: Not suitable for disabled people - no lift
...always available to bring more tea/cofee/toast/whatever. Breakfast is served from 7.30 until 9 am, which gives plenty of scope.
My room was £50 for one night's b&b, which I think is extremely reasonable for this part of London. I booked direct with the hotel, but you can book via e-mail or through www.hotels-london.co.uk which I have since found offers a discount on the price I paid and could have...