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It’s either too hot, too cold, too wet or too dry. At the time of recording, Minehead feels more like Manila, with high humidity and frequent heavy rain interspersed with beaming sunshine.
If the climate really is changing for the long term, here in Minehead there’s someone very special who is taking our small town fight against the scourge of plastics and ongoing climate change,
Keith Hunt, proprietor of Independent Business, Our Precious Earth based on Holloway Street here in Minehead is very much the king of green. Man and Boy litter collector and eco warrior, Keith was inspired by an article in Look-In magazine in the 1970’s and since that time has never been too far away from a litter picker!
Keith’s shop is open six days a week and stocks household goods, great gifts, one-off recycled pieces from independent traders and some amazing articles that David and Lucy just loved and had to buy!
Exmoor Character Cottages guests get 10% off, but that’s just one small reason to visit Our Precious Earth and support Keith’s objectives. Rest assured, our move to green is very much underway, heartily supported by Keith and our housekeeper, Gail.
When you’re in Minehead, please visit Our Precious Earth. Holloway Street leads up to our three Minehead cottages and is recognisable by being the lane leading up hill from Costa Coffee and Roly’s Fudge Pantry. We’ll put some pics on our social posts.
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