Clients doing amazing things part 5

31st Mar 2021

I started this series of posts originally to highlight how our clients were supporting others, adapting, suriviving and generally doing amazing things in the first lockdown of March 2020. Although one year later the lockdown situation is slowly, gradually changing our clients' hard work, kindness and tenacity isn't. So, here is the latest installment of Green Hosting clients doing amazing things...

A montage of client logos, products and people images who are featured in the 'clients doing amazing things part 5 article'

Wild Intrigue, hosts of unique wildlife events to re-connect everyone with nature, choose Green Hosting to power their website.

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust are heading up a huge project to bring beavers back to Idle Valley Nature Reserve for the first time in 400 years.

Rafa Rafa, organic clothing brand that funds small-scale, volunteer-led environmental projects power their website with Green Hosting.

Edventure Frome announce their new programme 'A Green and Healthy Future for Frome' to promote a healthy climate and healthy people.

Mellow Grove, a permaculture smallholding producing food, providing therapeutic programmes in nature, giving bereavement support and green burials chose to power their website with Green Hosting.

Conscious Skincare hosted giveaways of their beautiful, organic skincare products throughout the month.

Perfect 10 PR have been helping the Food Innovation Centre at The University of Nottingham to spread the word about free sustainable packaging advice for food and drink manufacturers.

Lottie from IntoTheEco discussed why supporting women in the fashion industry is so important over on her Lottie Woods Design channel.

Greens Windmill mark 1317 flour orders on the one year anniversary of the beginning of a lockdown flour shortage. That's 8 times their usual amount!

Laura Martin worked with Jungle on promoting their new, gorgeous disco soul single Keep Moving.

Caitlin Job, copywriter & French to English translator specialising in ecotourism, ethical marketing and international development chose to power their website with Green Hosting.

Scottish Ecological Design Association hosted a series of conversations with experts about rural land use in Scotland, focussing on issues such as biodiversity, health and wellbeing, carbon capture and employment.

Support for Carers continued their weekly, much needed online support groups for carers in Leicestershire

Reed Words was contacted by 'one of the world's biggest brands' to ask for their help. I wonder who it is!

The Abdication Micropub celebrated International Women's Day by holding an online beer tasting session with all women brewers.