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Green skills to go on show at Felbrigg

PUBLISHED: 14:18 16 August 2010 | UPDATED: 09:48 16 September 2010

Tracey Gray

Everything from growing your own to bee-keeping and the latest environmentally-friendly technology will be on show at an event being held at a north Norfolk stately home.

Everything from growing your own to bee-keeping and the latest environmentally-friendly technology will be on show at an event being held at a north Norfolk stately home.

The Greenbuild event, run by North Norfolk District Council, is taking place at Felbrigg Hall, near Cromer, on Saturday, September 11 and Sunday, September 12, from 10.30am to 4pm each day.

This year, a record 57 exhibitors have been lined up for the event, which will feature six themed areas, renewables, grow your own, eco-build, energy efficiency, community and waste.

Exhibitors will be demonstrating everything from the latest solar panels and bio-fuel technologies, to chicken rearing and bee-keeping equipment.

There will also be useful advice on gardening and smallholding, insulation, home energy saving and more, as well as a range of demonstrations of traditional building techniques such as carpentry and thatching.

For further information, including a list of exhibitors, timetable of events and directions to Green Build 2010, visit: www.northnorfolk.org/greenbuild.


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