TG Escapes Blog

The latest articles from the TG Escapes team. Read on to keep up to date on the latest innovations and stories in the world of modular eco-building for education and business.

Outdoor Matters at the Childcare Expo 30th September 2016

Running for its seventh consecutive year, the Midlands Childcare Expo will take place on 30th September and 1st October 2016 at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry. This popular event is an ideal opportunity for Early Years’ professionals to discover new ways to deliver...

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5 Ways a Garden Room Can Make Summer Special

With summer officially over, and most kids back at school, you are probably left breathless at the speed with which it passed. A lucky few will have loved every moment of precious quality time with their families; some will have enjoyed certain high points and many of...

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Olympic Fever

Team GB have come a long way in the twenty years since the Atlanta 1996 games, at which we limped into 36th place on the medals table with just one gold. The amazing team of sports men and women at Rio 2016 have so far thrilled us all, rewriting their Olympic history...

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Brexiteering Staycationers

Whilst the Brexit strategy enters its formative weeks, it is clear that nothing much is going to happen over the summer months, which means that us Brits are probably stuck with a weak currency for the foreseeable future. It is estimated that the sudden and...

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Another School Year Nearing Its End

For those of you working in the independent school sector, you will already be enjoying your well-earned summer break, whilst those in the state sector will be keenly looking forward to yours. Time to recharge the batteries and reflect on the year’s triumphs and...

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It’s Official, British Summer Washout

Following hot on the heels of the wettest ever April, we have now endured a June that delivered double the average rainfall and has now been officially declared the soggiest since records began in 1910. Storms, flooding and a mud ridden Glastonbury…it just hasn’t been...

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Improve not move

One of the most common reasons why people move house is the need for more space. It could be that the family is growing in number, whether from the bottom up with a blossoming brood, or from the top down with elderly parents in need of a little of hands on TLC. Or...

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Inspiring Leadership Conference 2016

Now in its third year, Inspiring Leadership has already established itself as one of the key annual events for leaders in education to meet and share ideas and to get inspired to innovate, lead and develop their schools. Organised and supported by the EDC, ASCL and...

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Heart of the Forest School Opening

We thought we would share with you one of our most recent projects, of which we are immensely proud and which holds a special place in our hearts. Based in the beautiful Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire, very close to where some of the team live, is a very special...

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Walk to School Week

Living Streets’ annual campaign, Walk to School Week, will be taking place between the 16th and 20th May. Getting children walking from a young age is an investment for life, providing the opportunity to create an active lifestyle habit that will last a lifetime. The...

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7 Ways To Spend More Time In Your Garden This Spring

It’s spring, which means (hopefully) the weather is improving and we can start to spend more time outside. For some unknown reason, many people with gardens don’t spend as much time enjoying them as they should. If you have a lovely outside space, then why not use it?...

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