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: Good location Disadvantages: Expensive and IMHO overated
...After reading the other two ops in this category on the Europa, I was really looking forward to my stay here. Over the last few years through both business and pleasure I have stayed in hotels the length and breadth of not only the UK but mainland Europe and have come to the conclusion that you have seen one room, you have seen them all and to stick out from the crowd they have to possess...
Advantages: Close to city centre, very affordable, spacious rooms. Disadvantages: Some minor faults in some rooms, very thin walls.
...I have stayed at Days Hotel Belfast twice with a friend totalling just over 2 weeks spent at the hotel. I find the staff happy to help, polite and friendly. I have stayed in 2 different rooms during my stays - both were very spacious, clean, comfortable, simple. The bathrooms were very large compared to some other hotels I have stayed in so I was pleasantly su...
...I stayed in the Ramada Hotel in Belfast and I must say that the experiance had its flaws and its charms. I normally stay in the Hilton or the Europa in Belfast if I ever decide to stay but because of the busy Valintines Day period I was unable to book a room in either of these hotels so I then decided to book a room with the Ramada.
The price of this hotel was reasonable, at £79 a night, I...