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  • Festival Marquee Suppliers

    Proud Suppliers of Leeds Festival 2017

    Crocodile Trading supply nationwide a vast range of heavy duty marquees and Instant Shelters throughout festivals all over the UK. Our Commercial Quality Structures are popular as a base for many  activities….Catering, Exhibiting retailing etc.

    Leeds festival is on the same bank holiday weekend every year in august. Leeds festival is twinned with reading festival meaning that they share the same weekend and the same exact line up to as they are run by the same people. If they wanted to combine the two festivals, it would be hard, they would need to change venue as neither of the current venues can hold both audiences combined together. Leeds festival is held in Bramham Park near Wetherby. The festival started in 1999 and saw the likes of The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Blur, The Charlatans and many more. Continue reading

  • Weird and wonderful looking fruit

    Grow your own face

    Fruit mould for making fruit faes.

    Are you a keen fruit and vegetable grower? The latest craze involves bringing your produce to life. Its done by inserting your produce into a mould as it grows it will grow into the shape of the mould. The world is your oyster with this if you have the right mould you can make it into anything. The most creative and extravagant I have come across is Donald trump pumpkins which were sold in the US this Halloween. You can literally turn apiece of fruit into anything from a heart shaped apple to a Buddha shaped pair. Continue reading

  • Giving Life Back To Earth

    Composting saves rainforest

     

    At the simplest level, the process of composting requires making a heap of wet organic matter known as green waste (leaves, food waste) and waiting for the materials to break down into  after a period of weeks or months. Modern, methodical composting is a multi-step, closely monitored process with measured inputs of water, air, and carbon- and nitrogen-rich materials. The decomposition process is aided by shredding the plant matter, adding water and ensuring proper aeration by regularly turning the mixture. Worms and fungi further break up the material. The compost itself is beneficial for the land in many ways, including as a soil conditioner, a fertilizer, addition of vital humus or humic acids, and as a natural pesticide for soil. Continue reading

  • Creamy Savoy Cabbage & Bacon Bits

    Quick and easy recipes to accompany your Christmas dinner.

    A great quick and easy recipe to have with your Christmas dinner is creamy savoy cabbage with bacon bits. This is a cheap dish to make and is ready in an overall time of 25 minutes, plus each serving costs just £2.10. Continue reading

  • Turkey Gravy

    Quick and easy recipes to accompany your Christmas dinner.

     

    What better gravy to have with your Christmas dinner than turkey gravy. The best thing about this recipe is that you can prepare it way before the big day so you’re not rushing around the kitchen on the day. This gravy keeps for up to 3 months in the freezer so there’s no excuse not to make it yourself. Continue reading

  • Slow cooked stuffin

    Easy Stuffing for Christmas dinner

     

    What is Christmas dinner without stuffing. This recipe is quick to prepare but will take about 8 hours in the slow cooker. This is a very popular dish with over 1300 reviews however it does require a slow cooker but don’t worry if you don’t have one you can also bake it in the oven and takes a considerably less time. Continue reading

  • Hassel Back Potatoes

    Quick and easy recipes to accompany your Christmas dinner.

     

    These potatoes are the new thing, taking British homes by storm. The perfect side dish to go with your Christmas roast. These trendy roast potatoes originated in a restaurant in Stockholm. They involve slicing into the potato to create slits, but making sure not to cut right through the potato. They are well worth the effort! A sprinkling of Pecorino cheese and breadcrumbs makes them extra crispy. Continue reading

  • How to get the right gazebo

    Things to consider before buying a gazebo

     

    Here at Crocodile Trading, we are experienced suppliers of a wide range of heavy duty instant shelters and easy up gazebos for commercial, corporate and domestic hospitality usage. We provide pop up gazebos at unbelievable value, with rapid delivery nationwide. If you are looking for a solid mini marquee or gazebo that you can assemble in a matter of minutes, look no further. We have supplied products to a number of clients including professional motorsport organizations, F1 teams, environmental agencies, councils, hire companies, corporate hospitality firms and more. There are many factors you need to know before purchasing a gazebo. Continue reading

  • Ex-Demonstration

    MASSIVE PRICE REDUCTION!!!

     

    ***EX-DEMONSTRATION MODEL...USED ONCE TO HOLD AN EVENT IN. THERE MAY BE SOME SLIGHT BLEMISHES TO THE FRAMEWORK / COVERS. PERFECT WORKING ORDER.***

    Our heavy duty marquees have evolved to what is one of the best "off the shelf" structures on the market today...tough, durable, adaptable. Ideal to grace any event...Domestic | Commercial | Industrial. Available in 29 different sizes and with many added features: Full size dual pegged ground skirt, leg covers to "every" leg, individual multi access 2m window panels, zippered giant access doors to each end. Also stocked separately as an accessory - gutter joining kits to attach multiple structures. Superb Functionality...

    View This on our website by following the link - http://www.crocodiletrading.co.uk/6m-x-6m-heavy-duty-marqu…/

    Ex-Demonstration Marquee For Sale
  • A Whole Universe Beneath Our Feet

    A Whole Universe Beneath Our Feet

     

    Plants nurture a whole world of creatures in the soil that in return feed and protect the plants, including and especially trees. It is a subterranean community that includes worms, insects, mites, other arthropods you’ve never heard of, amoebas, and fellow protozoa. The dominant organisms are bacteria and fungi. All these players work together, sometimes by eating one another. Continue reading

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